“Hall of Fame worthy, just ask Brad Daugherty,” NASCAR Twitter reacts to yet another disappointing run by Bubba Wallace at Road America

Find out how NASCAR Twitter reacts to Bubba Wallace’s disappointing run at Road America after his clash with his crew in Nashville.

Bubba Wallace with Crew chief Bootie Baker

Tyler Reddick became the third driver to break their winless career run in the NASCAR cup series as the No:8 Chevy Camaro ZL1 driver for Richard Childress Racing held of the 2020 Cup series champion No:9 HMS driver Chase Elliott in Road America. Tyler Reddick marked his first win in the cup series following the likes of the Trackhouse Racing duo of Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez who also scored their first win in the other two previous road course races this season.

For the No:23 team and Bubba Wallace, the Road America outing has proven to be among the worst or the worst outing in the 2022 season as he finished all the way in the back at P35. The 23X1 Racing driver was the worst Toyota on the track as his race came to an end as he was forced to retire following a couple of spins and a fatal break issue at the end.

Bubba Wallace wasn’t in the position to screw up his drive at Road America in the wake of the tension between him and the crew as he has been struggling to get the best out of his car as the crew continues to make bad calls and mistakes. Bubba Wallace was unlucky in this race also as he was spurned out by Joey Logano who tried to make a ‘screwed-up pass’ on him.

But Bubba Wallace should also come in line for some criticism in this race as the crew has little things to do with the break issue and he spurned himself out at the same time threatening the same fate to Brad Keselowski. Bubba Wallace wasn’t on top of his game throughout this weekend and once again definitely failed to level up his game in the Road Course races.

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Find out how NASCAR Twitter reacted to his disappointing run

Bubba Wallace

The NASCAR Twitter had mixed but strong reactions to Bubba Wallace as some were quick to point out his lack of contribution to achieving higher finishes just like his crew while some point out the lackings in his driving style. Though there were some supportive comments there were also some toxic comments coming his way, something that’s usual for any Wallace incident.


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