Bubba Wallace, Michael McDowell agree for good cause after wreck

Paola Ditto
Luglio 20, 2020

Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr. was furious after his early exit from the NASCAR All-Star Race Open, the qualifier for the main event, on Wednesday at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Wallace wrecked out of the qualifying race for NASCAR's All-Star race at Bristol because of race-ending contact with the wall after the No. 43 Chevrolet appeared to be turned from behind by McDowell.

NASCAR's only Black driver has became a voice against racism in the sport, even being instrumental in getting the Confederate flag removed from NASCAR events.

Jenna Fryer, the Associated Press auto racing reporter, tweeted that many Confederate flags were sighted in and around the Bristol Motor Speedway.

Fryer also described that Wallace, NASCAR's 1st African American river and prominently in the information when reports surfaced of a noose observed in his garage at an additional observe, was booed when he was launched and experienced enthusiasts cheer when he crashed. NASCAR still has a lot of work to do to back up its position. "The group Justice 4 Variety held signals along Speedway Blvd. after the race". He also drove a "Black Lives Matter" vehicle during a race.

"We constantly want to fork out interest to the damaging, but the narrative which is been out there now is expressing all NASCAR lovers are racist, and whatnot, and that is fully not legitimate", Wallace said on the exhibit, "I've gone down ... in the infield at Talladega, wherever it is at, Daytona, Texas, Michigan, and I in no way realized if people ended up flying the Accomplice flag". We would go there and drink beer, have a good time and hang out. "It wasn't like they really do not want you there".

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