Fox News Flash top sports headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NASCAR is investigating an incident involving Bubba Wallace from last weekend’s All-Star race when an unidentified person hacked his team’s radio and shouted a derogatory statement, a spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.
NASCAR spokesman Mike Forde told The Associated Press that an investigation into the incident was opened after reports revealed that someone outside the 23XI Racing team gained access to the radio.
Bubba Wallace, driver of the #23 Columbia Sportswear Company Toyota, walks onstage during driver intros prior to the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at North Wilkesboro Speedway on May 21, 2023 in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. (Sean Gardner/Getty Images) "Go back to where you came from you a--hole," the person said, according to Motorsport.com. "You’re not wanted in NASCAR." BUBBA WALLACE FACES NO DISCIPLINE FROM NASCAR FOR FLIPPING THE BIRD DURING POST-RACE INTERVIEW: REPORTS Forde said the security and racing electronic teams are probing the hack to see how it was done and how to avoid a similar situation from happening in the future. "We certainly take that seriously, no doubt about that," he said. "But we can't have fans interfering with team radio and potential competition implications." Bubba Wallace, #1 TRICON Garage Pristine Auction Toyota, looks on prior to the Saturday afternoon NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Tyson 250 race on May 20, 2023 at the North Wilkesboro Speedway in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. (David J.
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