Kyle Larson Can’t Take Nascar Race Because of Speech –
Nascar racer Kyle Larson was suspended from the race.
This is it after hurling racial remarks while following a virtual race that was broadcast live on Sunday 12/04.
Rich by Kyle Larson said “Nascar prioritizes diversity and inclusive,
And will not tolerate the type of language Kyle Larson used in the iRacing event on Sunday,” which is the word that makes him score not participating in the race.
But the 27-year-old racer uploaded an apology video and showed it through social media, “I want to say I’m sorry.
Last night I made a mistake and said a word that should never have been said. There was no reason,” he said in the video.
Kyle Larson Can’t Take Nascar Race Because of Speech
Larson is a figure who benefits from increased diversity in the automotive sport.
His mother was a Japanese-American mixed blood and he began his racing career by appearing in short route races,
To then be able to compete on Nascar through the “Drive for Diversity” program.
Virtual races give fans the chance to watch their favorite racers, in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic.
He then caught speaking racist words, which then spread throughout the country as a result of the virtual race broadcast live.
Kyle Larson is not a Nascar racer who is caught up in the controversy
It turned out that not only was Larson caught in the controversy but there were several Nascar racers who stumbled like Larson.
The organizers of the Virtual race do that so that not all racers can say their heart, without having to refine the words first.
With the score in Larson could have an impact on others, so that no one would do racist remarks,
Before Nascar suspended Larson, his team Chip Ganassi Racing Team had first suspended him without giving a salary.
Hopefully with this score Kyle Larson can be careful in saying, and can also be a lesson for him and others.