NASCAR Only Openly Gay Driver Speaks Out

NASCAR Only Openly Gay Driver Speaks Out – “I understand I’m not “normal”, but what is normal?”

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Devon Rouse became the first openly gay driver since 2003 in NASCAR to compete at a NASCAR national touring series event. 

 

Rouse started his career early at a local track where he began racing with go-karts at the tender age of 4-years-old. By the time Devon was 13, he had won six track championships at Shimek Speedway in Iowa before the track had been closed down.

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Devon Rouse who is currently NASCAR only openly gay driver came out to express his feeling that he’s  no different than any other driver out there because of his homosexuality.

As being NASCAR’s only openly gay driver, thank you. I understand I’m not “normal”, but what is normal? I get in our world of Motorsports you don’t see people like me all the time, but I’m no different than any other driver out there because of this. I’m NASCAR & I’m gay: Said Rouse 


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