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In an article in the News & Record on June 29, Mike Fulp (owner of 311 Speedway, who experienced backlash after making jokes about "Bubba... [Read More]
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The proprietor of a Stokes County dirt race track has had second thoughts about a "Bubba Rope" promotion he cheerfully posted recently in a tasteless... [Read More]
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Rev. Greg Drumwright, who led a protest at 311 Speedway in Stokes County after the track's owner was accused of posting a so-called "Bubba rope"... [Read More]
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Sponsors have reacted and employees have quit over the insensitive item. [Read More]
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The proprietor of a Stokes County dirt race track has had second thoughts about a "Bubba Rope" promotion he cheerfully posted recently in a tasteless... [Read More]
The owner of a North Carolina racetrack said he has faced death threats, lost employees and seen "all but two" of his sponsors evaporate amid... [Read More]
The owner of a North Carolina racetrack said he has faced death threats, lost employees and seen "all but two" of his sponsors evaporate. [Read More]
North Carolina racetrack owner Mike Fulp, whose social media post advertising "Bubba Rope" for sale invoked the noose found in Black NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's... [Read More]
Outrageous motorsport promotion, including sale of Confederate flags, gets death threats. [Read More]
A North Carolina racetrack lost two Carolina Sprint Tour races and "all but two" sponsors after track owner Mike Fulp offered "Bubba Rope" for sale... [Read More]
North Carolina racetrack owner Mike Fulp, who posted a "Bubba Rope" for sale on Facebook, says he's been getting death threats and losing sponsors and... [Read More]
A North Carolina racetrack has lost some partnerships after its owner advertised "Bubba Rope" for sale online days after NASCAR said a noose had been... [Read More]
Mike Fulp, owner of 311 Speedway, faced severe backlash after offering « Bubba Rope » at one of his track's events, « Heritage Night. »... [Read More]
The owner of a North Carolina racetrack said he has faced death threats, lost employees and seen "all but two" of his sponsors evaporate amid... [Read More]
The owner of a North Carolina racetrack who offered a "Bubba Rope" online says he's facing death threats. [Read More]
A North Carolina racetrack has lost some partnerships after its owner advertised "Bubba Rope" for sale online days after NASCAR said a noose had been... [Read More]
A North Carolina racetrack is facing consequences for advertising use of an inappropriately named product targeting NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace. [Read More]
A North Carolina racetrack lost two Carolina Sprint Tour races and "all but two" sponsors after its owner offered "Bubba Rope" for sale last week,... [Read More]
A North Carolina racetrack is feeling the effects of its owners racism. Mike Fulp, owner of 311 Speedway in Stokes…... [Read More]
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