NASCAR sends driver Hailie Deegan for sensitivity training to use while racing online

NASCAR sends driver Hailie Deegan to its next sensitivity training Use them to stab during an online race simulator on Sunday.

Deegan is heard saying “Oh, oh, who’s behind me? Don’t do it please,” while broadcasting an iRacing event on Twitch.

Dejan, 19, apologized for the accident on Twitter, but NASCAR confirmed Monday evening that she will be required to complete the program before the start of the 2021 season in February, as she prepares to start her first full-time season in the Camping World Truck series that drives a Ford F-150. For David Gilliland Race.

The DGR did not comment on the incident, but Ford said it “admitted this mistake, apologized and promised to be more thoughtful in the future.”

An iRacing spokesperson told Fox News that he does not comment on individual members, but that his Community Standards blog does not allow for the type of language Deegan used and that the head of Steward for the platform is reaching out to anyone who violates it to address the situation.

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Last April, NASCAR suspended Trophy Series driver Kyle Larson after he used the N-word during an iRacing event and He had complete sensitivity training Before returning to the series for this year.

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