While on vacation, Bubba Wallace got engaged.
Wallace ended up avoiding a big wreck that took out multiple contenders, so maybe this ended up a good thing.
The Hamlin/Jordan team with Bubba Wallace driving will debut in 2021.
While it's unknown where Bubba will go in 2021, the #42 at Chip Ganassi Racing seems to be the most likely destination.
Doordash joins Cash App and Columbia Sportswear as new sponsors for the legendary #43.
McDowell clearly didn't appreciate the nudge Wallace gave him just before the crash.
Beats by Dre is the first new sponsor for Bubba Wallace.
NASCAR footage showed that a pulldown rope in the form of a noose in that garage was there as far back as October 2019, long before Wallace was assigned to that garage.
Bubba Wallace's competitors hugged their friend after a noose was discovered in Wallace's garage yesterday.
On attending the Talladega race, ESPN's Marty Smith reported that Petty said, "The most important thing for me right now is hugging my driver."
Wallace said he told drivers, "Do you all not care about what's going on in the world?"
Wallace was the first African American to compete in the Daytona 500 since 1969 and placed second, highest finish by an African American since 1964.
Wallace responded to the racist tweets with a far classier response than I would've given.
"There's a lot of history tied into one weekend and to one race and to one person."