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Bubba Wallace Posts ‘Huge Day’ Tweet Right Before Inauguration

by Kayla Zadel
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Bubba Wallace feels that inauguration day is a “huge day” and he’s telling the world about it on Twitter. The NASCAR stock car driver is offering up his thoughts on not only today but also change.

Bubba Wallace writes, “Change can be good, it can be bad. Change can be scary but what I encourage all to do is helping each other embrace it and welcome it with open arms. Today is a huge day for so many. Congrats @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris #InaugurationDay

Wallace has been outspoken about the 2020 election and encouraging U.S. citizens to get out and vote. Additionally, the race car driver just shared a message the other day about love over hate.

“Love over hate, every day. No matter what’s thrown your way. It’s what I said last year, what I still say this year and what I’ll always stand by,” the tweet reads.

The message today piggybacks off of this previous one. Moreover, Wallace is also joining other celebrities who are chiming in on this eventful day. Maren Morris quotes her song lyrics. John Legend’s wife Chrissy Teigen is chatting about the day, too. Rosie O’Donnell is more or less channeling a message at Trump, instead of the day itself.

Bubba Wallace Gears Up for 2021 Race Series

Bubba Wallace is getting ready for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series. The series kicks off with Busch Clash at DAYTONA on Feb. 9. his year, the schedule takes the drivers and race teams to three new tracks. What’s more, NASCAR is expanding to six road courses and placing a dirt-track race on the calendar for the first time in more than 50 years.

Wallace is driving for a new team this year. He begins this new journey with Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin, creating 23XI team. He’ll drive the No. 23 car. The No. 23 is a nod to Jordan’s time with the Chicago Bulls. Wallace’s sponsors this year include Door Dash, Columbia Sportswear, Dr. Pepper, McDonald’s, and Root Insurance.