Bubba Wallace

Wallace, the top circuit's only Black driver, was the first competitor to be suspended for an on-track incident since 2015.
Wallace is the only Black driver currently competing in NASCAR’s elite cup series.
Wallace is just the second Black driver to win a NASCAR’s Cup Series race.
The only Black driver in NASCAR's top series said a move by Michael McDowell caused the crash and was "just disrespect."
The CNN host said the president would be up for a Nobel Prize in medicine "if divisive, inflammatory racist words could kill the coronavirus."
The president "can't say whether he supports flying a flag associated with treason and supporters of slavery," reporter Yamiche Alcindor noted.
President Donald Trump lashed out at the NASCAR driver, falsely claiming that a noose found in his racetrack garage was a “hoax.”
Authorities made no accusations whatsoever about a hoax. That didn't stop Trump from asking Wallace to apologize.
"The noose was real, as was our concern for Bubba (Wallace),” NASCAR President Steve Phelps said.
The "Daily Show" host bared his feelings after the FBI determined that the Black NASCAR driver wasn't targeted by a hate crime.