Noose found in Bubba Wallace’s garage turns out to be garage door pull rope

Bubba Wallace, the NASCAR driver whose call to remove the Confederate flag from NASCAR spurred the racing series to ban it from its races and properties, appeared to be threatened with a hate crime at Talladega Superspeedway in Lincoln, Alabama, on Sunday.

According to NASCAR, a noose was found in Wallace’s garage.

“Late this afternoon, NASCAR was made aware that a noose was found in the garage stall of the 43 team. We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act,” NASCAR said in a statement.

NASCAR responded decisively and said that it would conduct an investigation and ban the people responsible.

The FBI eventually got involved and the result of the investigation determined it was the garage door’s pull rope.

Wallace, who drives the No. 43 Chevrolet

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How Will the Auto Industry Fare in the Wake of the Pandemic?

Auto sales fell more than 32 percent in May compared with the same month a year earlier, and while that seems dismal, it was cause for optimism among perennially sunny car company marketing and sales people when compared with April’s drop of roughly 50 percent. The trend toward a “V”-shaped recovery, for the auto biz at least, appears to be a product of low interest rates and even more favorable financing deals, as well as loan payment holidays offered by numerous brands in their advertising during the general pandemic shutdown of April and May.

Retail, Rental, and Fleet Markets

Fleet sales, which can contribute up to 25 percent for certain models, certainly won’t push forward the upside of the “V”, since many fewer people want to rent cars now. Assuming a second wave this autumn and winter, the question of how many people will continue to buy new cars, buy

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