NASCAR investigating ‘heinous act’ after noose is found in Bubba Wallace’s stall

NASCAR investigating ‘heinous act’ after noose is found in Bubba Wallace’s stall

He indicated he had met directly with Wallace, whose team was allowed to inspect his vehicle after the incident. Once he told her the specifics, Desire said Wallace looked defeated, and she had to collect her thoughts and find a way to respond.

"The first thing was to launch an immediate investigation into this heinous act", Phelps said. "They're more afraid of you than you are of them".

In a statement released by the team on Twitter Monday midday, the almost-83-year-old seven-time NASCAR champion described the incident as a "filthy act" committed by a "sick person" and called for them to be identified and "swiftly and immediately expelled from NASCAR".

NASCAR president Steve Phelps addressed the media Monday afternoon to provide details about NASCAR's investigation, although he noted the investigation is still in the "early stages".

In a video posted on NASCAR's YouTube page, a narrator calls racing "the great equalizer" and says, "No one is white, black, brown or yellow".

Bubba Wallace

Before the field took the green flag Monday afternoon at Talladega, the garage area gathered together and pushed Wallace's auto to the front of the grid in a show of solidarity. "This filthy act serves as a reminder of how far we still have to go to eradicate racial prejudice and it galvanizes my resolve to use the resources of Richard Petty Motorsports to create change". See, everybody thinks there are cameras around there, they know who's done it.

Fans are not allowed access to the infield or the restricted area of the Cup Series garage, and due to the coronavirus, very few staff members can access the garage where the cars are kept. "But they're going to have to figure out exactly where it came from; if it was one person or several people involved". "I will continue to proudly stand for what I believe in", Wallace wrote.

More race auto drivers and racing journalists showed their support for Wallace. Nascar said appearance of the flag was "contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans, our competitors and our industry". "We've been through all of that".

"This will not break me, I will not give in nor will I back down", he said.

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