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The HBCU student will be driving a Virginia State University-themed car with the number 44 on it. The car will be decked out in Virginia State’s orange and blue color scheme and represent all the proud Trojans out there.

The FBI released preliminary findings from its investigation into a noose found in the garage of NASCAR's highest-ranked Black driver, and it came across as the equivalent of a shrug of indifference.

Bubba Wallace Jr. and his team discovered a noose in their garage before a NASCAR race in Alabama and two weeks after the league's top African American driver forced the removal of the Confederate Flag.

Many people on Twitter agree that Ray Ciccarelli won't be missed.

The pandemic's stay at home order has seemingly not just effectively fostered anti-Black rhetoric online but also increased it.

Brehanna Daniels is the first Black woman to be on a NASCAR pit crew team.

A White activist, inspired by the NFL anthem protest, burned a Confederate battle flag at a NASCAR event at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia.

Today, nearly 25 years after his passing, Wendell Scott, the first African-American driver to secure a victory at NASCAR’s top level, continues to make history.…

First Lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden’s wife, Dr. Jill Biden, were booed this past weekend at a NASCAR racing event in Miami. The event, held at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, had both women serving as Grand Marshals this past Sunday. See Also: Visit The MLK Memorial In Washington D.C. See Also: Take A […]

Race car driver Nicole Lyons gives a whole new meaning to what it means to be driven. Talented as she is beautiful, she’s carving a name for herself as one of the rarest entities in drag racing: an African-American woman. In an article, Lyons opened up about drag racing, her pro football husband’s injuries, and […]