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NASCAR driver Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. will race with a #BlackLivesMatter paint scheme on his No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Chevrolet in Wednesday’s Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway, the team announced Tuesday. In his third full-time season at NASCAR’s highest level, Wallace is the only African American driver in the Cup Series, and he has been integral in leading the sport’s response to George Floyd’s death and the subsequent nationwide protests against racism and police brutality. At Martinsville, Wallace’s paint scheme will be mostly black with #BlackLivesMatter written on the quarter panel. On the hood, there is an image of a handshake between a black person and a white person, and the message below it reads, “Compassion, Love, Understanding.”In a video tweeted by Richard Petty Motorsports announcing the scheme, Wallace said it was inspired by last week’s Blackout Tuesday, explaining:”We knew the Martinsville race was open. We did not sell sponsorship for that, and it sparked and idea of: Why not run a blackout car? And I was like, ‘Absolutely, that would be incredible.’ Our team brought that idea to me, and I jumped all over it. And we had further conversations of, ‘Let’s make a statement behind it and run a foundation or a charity [on it] that’s helping push the narrative and the initiative of what’s going on in the world today, racial inequality. Let’s find somebody that aligns with that.’ And why not dive straight to the root and putting #BlackLivesMatter on the car? Most powerful hashtag going around, I feel like, especially these last couple days, last couple months really.”And it’s true: Black lives do matter. It’s not that we’re saying, ‘No other lives matter.’ We’re trying to say, ‘Black lives matter, too.’ If we put ‘t-o-o’ on the end, I think a lot more people would understand it. We want to be treated equally and not judged off our skin color and the actions that we get to ensure are based off of our skin color. It’s different, so that’s what we’re trying to get across.”We want to be a part of this nation as one and come together as one. But we always say, ‘All lives will not matter until black lives matter.'”Prior to the start of NASCAR’s race Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Wallace wore a black t-shirt with “I Can’t Breathe” and “Black Lives Matter” written on the front. And on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon on Monday, he called for NASCAR to ban the confederate flag, which it currently “disallows” but has not prohibited from races. Wallace was among several other big-name drivers, including Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin, who helped make a group video statement speaking out against racism and encouraging others to join them in educating themselves and starting discussions about anti-racism. Drivers shared the video on social media Sunday before the Atlanta race began, and FOX aired it during its pre-race broadcast.

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