Bubba Wallace frustrated following his P2 finish at Michigan 

“Sorry I f***ing failed y’all. Absolute f***ing failure.” – Bubba Wallace frustrated following his P2 finish at Michigan 

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Bubba Wallace became the first ever African American in 60 years to win a Cup Series pole heading into Michigan.

Wallace started on the pole after dominating the qualifying for the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway on Saturday.

Bubba left Michigan frustrated after he come up short to race winner Kevin Harvick snapping a nearly two-year winless streak in the Cup Series.

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 The 28-year-old showed emotions following a runner-up finish at Michigan during his post race interview shedding tears.

“Sorry I f***ing failed y’all. Absolute f***ing failure.” said Bubba Wallace.

The 23Xi Team instantly told Wallace to stop talking like that, he did nothing wrong and turned in a great performance according to Jordan Bianchi Motorsports reporter for The Athletic.

Wallace finished second in his No. 23 Toyota, approximately 2.9 seconds behind Kevin Harvick followed by Denny Hamlin in his No. 11 Toyota.

“I want to win so bad, and this was the best opportunity.” –  He added.

Michigan International Speedway

Race Results

August 7, 2022

NASCAR Cup Series

Pos | Driver

1. Kevin Harvick

2. Bubba Wallace

3. Denny Hamlin

4. Joey Logano

5. Ryan Blaney

6. Martin Truex Jr

7. Kyle Larson

8. Erik Jones

9. Alex Bowman

10. Ty Gibbs

11. Chase Elliott

12. William Byron

13. Austin Dillon

14. Ty Dillon

15. Brad Keselowski

16. Chris Buescher

17. Justin Haley

18. Austin Hill

19. Corey LaJoie

20. Chase Briscoe

21. Josh Bilicki

22. Cody Ware

23. BJ McLeod

24. Ross Chastain

25. Daniel Suarez

26. Christopher Bell

27. Todd Gilliland

28. Michael McDowell

29. Tyler Reddick

30. Noah Gragson

31. Cole Custer

32. Harrison Burton

33. Ricky Stenhouse Jr

34. Aric Almirola

35. JJ Yeley

36. Kyle Busch

37. Austin Cindric

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