NASCAR boss slams the 'jack@ss' flying a Confederate flag over Talladega before Geico 500

NASCAR boss slams the ‘jack@ss’ flying a Confederate flag over Talladega before Geico 500

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NASCAR’s executive vice president O’Donnell, tweeted few hours before the Sunday’s Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway in response to a plane flying over Talladega Confederate flag banner with the words “Defund NASCAR”.

Some NASCAR media personnel covering Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega also took pictures of the banner flying over the track.

Plane hover over Talladega with huge Confederate Flag banner – Geico 500

 

NASCAR announced the ban of the Confederate flag a couple of weeks ago, they did so when the race tracks didn’t feature any spectators.

 


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6 thoughts on “NASCAR boss slams the ‘jack@ss’ flying a Confederate flag over Talladega before Geico 500”

  1. They get what they deserve. They let one person decide what needed to be changed and did not consider the feelings of the majority, and the decision is gonna backfire on them. I love NASCAR, but it’s gone too far now. No prayer or anthem, SO WRONG !!

    1. I will never watch or attend another Nascar event. Nascar was FOUNDED by a bunch of Good Ole Boys from the South!
      They nothing more then the same old corporate America bums.
      Nascar Neutered themselves.
      World of Outlaws blows them away, much better racing.

  2. I will never watch or attend another Nascar event and I will try my best to not spend any of my hard earned money on products that any driver in Nascar is sponsored by. The only way for us to make them stand up and take notice is to hit them where it hurts most and that’s in both Nascar corporate and the sponsors wallet.

  3. Cynthia Smith

    Kuddos to the person flying the flag. He was speaking for thousands of what used to be NASCAR fans, since no one cares to hear what they have to say. They should have told Bubba to put his girl ******* on and race or leave.

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