Wallace was frustrated by the ridiculous incident, where he was running the high lane, when Bowyer just slammed into him.
However, Wallace — who was sponsored in the race by Blue-Emu upset his sponsor by dropping out of the race early. According to tweets from Blue-Emu after the race, it appears they are done sponsoring the driver of the No. 43 car.
GTK where you stand. Bye bye Bubba. We're interested in drivers, not quitters.
— Blue-Emu (@BlueEmu1) April 5, 2020
Wow. That’s savage. But understandable, as drivers were allowed two resets of their cars. Had Wallace used a reset, it would have kept the No. 43 in the race, and kept the Blue-Emu brand on the telecast.
Wallace finished dead-last in 32nd, 141 laps off the pace on Sunday.
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