“Who you going to BLAME this week,” NASCAR Twitter reacts to Bubba Wallace’s Road course admission


“Who you going to BLAME this week,” NASCAR Twitter reacts to Bubba Wallace’s Road course admission

Bubba Wallace

Bubba Wallace, without a doubt, is one of the modern-day greats of NASCAR. However, his racing has less to do with achievement, as he can be regarded as the pioneer of the organization’s entry into the modern-day community and world from its conservative roots. This makes the No:23 Camry driver one of the most divisive at the same time talked about drivers in the cup series.

The 23X1 Racing driver is yet to affirm himself as a championship contender even with the fast car he has right now in the Michael Jordon-Denny Hamlinowned team. But that doesn’t mean that he lacks talent; Wallace definitely is someone who can win races if it’s his day, and if it’s a superspeedway, his odds of winning will be higher than ever.

But one thing everyone in the NASCAR community can agree upon is that Bubba Wallace is not a contender for a race win if the race is a road course one. His stats can be at such tracks can back the arguments that he has only finished in side a road course race top 10 once, this month at Indy , where he secured a P5 finish after cutting corners to avoid an accident in the final restart.

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Find out what Bubba Wallace tweeted and how NASCAR Twitter reacted to Bubba Wallace’s tweet

Bubba Wallace
Bubba Wallace

Now Bubba Wallace, after his disappointing P35 finish in Watkins Glen, came fourth, acknowledging that he isn’t good enough at road courses as he Tweeted on his official account, “My road course finishes look like a shitty roulette table,”.

NASCAR twitter had a mixed set of reaction to Bubba Wallace’s tweet as some fans admired him for at least finishing the race, in a car with break issues and flat tires, at the same time some were critical about his performance. There were also tweets asking Bubba to not call quit and get ready for the upcoming races at Daytona and the forthcoming season.

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