NASCAR’s Kyle Larson suspended for using racial slur during iRacing event

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR star Kyle Larson was suspended devoid of pay out by Chip Ganassi Racing on Monday for using a racial slur on a live stream in the course of a virtual race.

Larson was competing in an iRacing celebration Sunday evening when he appeared to get rid of conversation on his headset with his spotter. For the duration of a look at of his microphone, he claimed, “You won’t be able to hear me?” That was followed by the N-phrase.

“We are incredibly dissatisfied by what Kyle claimed previous evening in the course of an iRacing Party.

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It was a busy weekend of iRacing for NASCAR, IndyCar

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Bob Weir of the Grateful Lifeless sang the countrywide anthem from a distant locale. Troy Aikman, borrowing Matthew McConaughey’s trademark phrase “All appropriate, all appropriate, all appropriate,” commanded drivers to get started their, uh, simulators.

NASCAR’s new standard resumed Sunday with a further virtual party, the 2nd in an iRacing series thrown collectively soon after the coronavirus pandemic stopped just about all sports. NASCAR’s 36-race year was suspended four gatherings into the yr.

Timmy Hill received the virtual race at Texas Motor Speedway, exactly where a emphasize came when Daniel Suarez was parked by iRacing officers for

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