Every NASCAR driver and crew member came together to show their support of Bubba Wallace before Monday afternoon's race at Talladega, one day after a noose was found in his garage stall.
Wallace, the only Black driver racing full-time in NASCAR's top series, successfully pushed the stock car series to ban the Confederate flag at its venues less than two weeks ago.
NASCAR President Steve Phelps said the noose was found Sunday afternoon in Wallace's garage stall by a crew member. He said the FBI was "currently on site" investigating.
Ahead of Monday's rain-delayed race, Wallace's car was pushed down pit road as the entire NASCAR garage walked behind it.
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