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					Column: Jimmie Johnson finds voice during last NASCAR season

Column: Jimmie Johnson finds voice during last NASCAR season

08/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29942046
Associated Press auto racing writer Jenna Fryer says Jimmie Johnson has been denied a proper farewell tour in his final season of full-time NASCAR racing

https://www.foxsports.com/motor/story/column-jimmie-johnson-finds-voice-during-last-nascar-season-070720
NASCAR Heat 5: Gold Edition available now

NASCAR Heat 5: Gold Edition available now

08/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29941940



					Who is Bubba Wallace?

Who is Bubba Wallace?

08/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29941867
You know Bubba Wallace... even if you don't really know him. Bob Pockrass reveals the young man behind the headlines.

https://www.foxsports.com/nascar/video/1761118787734
All Access from Xfinity Series Indy finish: 'AJ cost us both that race' | NASCAR Xfinity Series

All Access from Xfinity Series Indy finish: 'AJ cost us both that race' | NASCAR Xfinity Series

07/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29941704


The Brickyard 400 | NASCAR Cup Series Full Race Replay from Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The Brickyard 400 | NASCAR Cup Series Full Race Replay from Indianapolis Motor Speedway

07/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29941610


Pennzoil 150 at The Brickyard | NASCAR Xfinity Full Race Replay from Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Pennzoil 150 at The Brickyard | NASCAR Xfinity Full Race Replay from Indianapolis Motor Speedway

07/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29941590


Happy Hours: The Brickyard 400 in 52 minutes | NASCAR Cup Series

Happy Hours: The Brickyard 400 in 52 minutes | NASCAR Cup Series

07/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29940799


Scanner Sounds: Kevin Harvick's pursuit of Denny Hamlin | NASCAR Cup Series

Scanner Sounds: Kevin Harvick's pursuit of Denny Hamlin | NASCAR Cup Series

07/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29940725


Bubba Wallace responds to Trump's Twitter rant: 'Love wins'

Bubba Wallace responds to Trump's Twitter rant: 'Love wins'

07/07/2020, USA, Motorsport-Speedway, Nascar, Article # 29940686

Bubba Wallace responded to President Donald Trump's Twitter tirade on Monday afternoon with a message focused on hope, positivity, and love.

"Your words and actions will always be held to a higher standard than others. You have to be prepared for that. You don't learn these things in school," he wrote. "You learn them from trials and tribulations, the ups and downs this crazy world provides.

"You will always have people testing you. Seeing if they can knock you off your pedestal. I encourage you to keep your head held high and walk proudly on the path you have chosen. Never let anybody tell you you can't do something!"

Trump took to Twitter earlier in the day to target the NASCAR driver.

He referred to the recent incident in which a noose was seen in Wallace's garage stall at Talladega Superspeedway on June 22, calling it a hoax.

Wallace directly noted the president's remarks in his statement.

"Last thing, always deal with the hate being thrown at you with love! Love over hate every day," he continued. "Love should come naturally as people are taught to hate. Even when it's hate from the POTUS.

"Love wins."

A crew member for Richard Petty Motorsports discovered the noose in the garage stall.

The FBI found that no federal crime was committed, and the pull rope had been tied in the shape of a noose since at least October 2019.

Despite relief that he wasn't being targeted, Wallace told TODAY the investigation and its fallout have been frustrating.

"It's still frustrating to know that people are always going to test you, and always just going to try and debunk you, and that's what I'm trying to wrap my head around now from saying I'm a fake and all this stuff," he said. "And that I reported it when it was news that was brought to me."

Due to its racist and offensive symbolism, Wallace, NASCAR's lone Black driver, had been a vocal opponent of the Confederate flag being allowed to be displayed at races. In June, NASCAR banned fans from displaying the flag at its racetracks.

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