Bubba Wallace said on Wednesday that he was “relaxed with relief” and that a noose-like rope tied to the Talladega Superspeedway garage does not mean to him Hate news, his girlfriend also expressed “thank you” for this is a misunderstanding.
“I’m very proud of you sticking to the correct position and continuing to do so without having to worry about the result. “Continue to face uncertainty and fear, with a smile on my face,” Amanda Carter wrote in an Instagram post.
“I am proud of your use of the platform. I hope that those who posted harmful comments will understand you.
I hope everyone knows you. “
Wallace and Carter, who are financial analysts in Charlotte, North Carolina, have been dating for several years, and she often plays with him before implementing restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“I hope people continue to stand with you because you represent many others… so many little boys and girls dream of moving fast, but have never seen anyone like them, all new and old fans, her posts Continuing: “She felt uncomfortable participating in the competition and all those who experienced racism. “
“I am grateful that this is not a purposeful act. I am grateful that you are safe.”
The noose is tied to the end of the rope used as a garage door. Based on the findings on Sunday, the FBI investigation determined that it had been in the garage as early as October 2019, when no one knew that Wallace’s team would be assigned to it. NASCAR officials have not yet released official photos, but said this is unusual and that the internal investigation aims to find out who and why they are tied with the first place.
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Wallace said in a Twitter post on Wednesday: “I think we will feel a little embarrassed by the use of alternatives,” referring to NASCAR’s initial response to the incident, which included support for Wallace before the game. on Monday.