19 Year-Old Darrell Wallace Is The Fourth African American Driver to Race a Full Season in a NASCAR Series
Darrell Wallace is making history as the fourth black driver to race in a NASCAR series.
He’ll drive for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Camping World Truck Series
Wallace joins Wendell Scott, Willy T. Ribbs and Bill Lester as the only full-time black drivers in the 65-year history of NASCAR. Scott, one of the original pioneers, is the only black driver to win a race.
Wallace, the son of a white father and black mother, openly talks of becoming the Tiger Woods of NASCAR. He wants to become a star who can transcend the sport and prove people of all colors can race.
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