Could Bubba Wallace be arrested? NASCAR fans are demanding fees

NASCAR fans have called for Bubba Wallace to be prosecuted after he had an altercation with Kyle Larson at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.

The drivers had a meet at the track where Wallace was slammed into the outside wall by Larson on lap 95 before coming down the track and slamming into the right rear of Larson’s Chevrolet.

The impact spun both cars, with playoff driver Christopher Bell being involved in the crash, also knocking him out of the race.

Bubba Wallace
Bubba Wallace and Kyle Larson crash while racing NASCAR at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, leading to an altercation between the two
Getty Images

When the race got too slow, Wallace got out of his car and approached Larson, who had gotten out of his wrecked vehicle.

Wallace then began yelling at and shoving Larson as the altercation threatened to get very ugly before the stewards intervened.

Speaking after the accident, Wallace insisted that it was Larson’s “bad driving” that caused the incident and that he had every right to share his feelings with him.

Wallace said: “When you got bumped into the fence on purpose, like him (Larson), and tried to force me to lift – the steering was gone, and he just so happened to be there.

“I hate it for our team. We had a super fast car – not at short-distance speed, we kind of fell back there and Larson wanted to make it a triple dive bomb. He never evicted me. t lift.

“I know I’m a bit new to running in front, but I don’t lift. I wasn’t even in a spot to lift, he never lifted either, and now we’re scrap execution.”

Wallace then told NBC about the physical confrontation with Larson: “He [Larson] White. He knows what he did was wrong. He wanted to question what I was doing and he never acquitted me. I just hate it for our team.

“Our McDonalds Toyota Camry was super solid – we just had to find a little bit in the short term and find the balance where we needed it. It would have been like Kansas and now the car is junk.”

Wallace has since apologized to Larson and others in a statement he posted to social media.

He wrote: “I compete with immense passion, and with passion sometimes comes frustration. Come to think of it, I should have represented our partners and core team values ​​better than I did by letting my frustrations follow me outside the car. You live and learn.” , and I intend to learn from it.

“I want to apologize to NASCAR and the fans, along with Christopher Bell, Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota, for putting them in a playoff situation they didn’t deserve.”

Bubba Wallace
Bubba Wallace protests with Kyle Larson after NASCAR drivers crash at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Getty Images

A spokesman for NASCAR said news week that a sanction was imposed after the incident.

They said, “NASCAR has suspended Bubba Wallace for one race for his actions during the race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.”

There were a number of racing fans who took to social media to demand that Wallace be prosecuted for the get together.

On Twitter, many urged the police to intervene and arrest the driver.

Nick Adams, a best-selling author endorsed by former President Donald Trump, has attacked Wallace in a series of tweets.

One of them suggested that the accident was so bad that the driver should face severe penalties.

He tweeted: “Bubba Wallace is a terrible and violent person. McDonald’s should stop sponsoring their racing team.”

Bubba Wallace
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace shoves Kyle Larson as he gets heated in his reaction to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway accident
Getty Images

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton also tweeted: “Will @BubbaWallace be arrested?”

Well, it seems that’s not going to happen just yet unless Larson files charges over the altercation.

This was announced by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police news weekwhen asked whether charges could be brought: “The victim has not made a complaint at this time. If the victim reports the incident, the LVMPD will investigate the allegations.”

As it stands at the moment, Wallace will not be charged by the police and after sitting out the next race he will be back on track to continue his rivalry with Larson. Could Bubba Wallace be arrested? NASCAR fans are demanding fees

Rick Schindler

World Time Todays is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button