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Sentences forBubba Wallace
- After the race, Bubba Wallace splashed water on Bowman's face in retaliation for spinning him out on lap 42.
- Bubba Wallace, the only African-American NASCAR top-circuit driver, drove the next race in a car with Black Lives Matter livery, and appeared in an anti-racism video with a number of white drivers.
- On October 21, 2020, Jones was confirmed to drive the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 43 entry in 2021, replacing Bubba Wallace.
- Two more Top 20s followed at Kansas and Pocono before his momentum was halted by an early race crash at Michigan precipitated by Bubba Wallace.
- In 2021, Dillon began his season with a win in his Duel for the Daytona 500 by passing Bubba Wallace on the final lap, which enabled him to start fourth for the 500.
- In the final stage of the race, Bubba Wallace brought out a caution during a round of green-flag pit stops, putting Kyle Busch back toward the front.
- Bubba Wallace lost his brakes and hit the wall hard at a high rate of speed, resulting in a red flag.
- In overtime, Blaney held off Joey Logano and Bubba Wallace to win the first Duel.
- Bubba Wallace spun into the wall as Elliott won the second stage.
- Bubba Wallace led in the final stage, but Elliott got back into the lead.
- Prior to the 500, Dillon joined 23XI Racing for the Busch Clash in the No. 23 Toyota; he was eligible for the race due to winning a stage in the 2020 season, while regular driver Bubba Wallace was not.
- Kyle Busch spun and caused a pile up on the frontstretch, including Bubba Wallace.
- Late in the race, Bubba Wallace and Matt Tifft wrecked to set up an overtime finish.
- Bubba Wallace spun and collided with David Starr.
- Bubba Wallace spun and was taken out by transmission issues.
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