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NASCAR is investigating claims of homophobic comments said on a team's radio during a recent Truck Series race following an on-track dispute between two drivers.
'F***ing p***y,' someone allegedly said on driver Matt Crafton's team radio, according to Autoweek reporter Matt Weaver, who could not identify the person speaking.
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'F***ing q****,' the voice continued. 'That f***er should have been crashed four laps ago. F***er is coming down here. Tired of these f***ing q****s... You should have wrecked him two laps ago.'
NASCAR fans can typically listen to live radio transmissions during races and reporters regularly tweet out the dialogue.
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That is how Weaver came across the homophobic rant, which he initially posted on Twitter before deleting it because the 'sentiment just felt too gross.'
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As reported by Jalopnik, NASCAR is investigating the matter, which may have been ignited by an on-track dispute between Crafton and rival driver Stewart Friesen.
Friesen and Crafton had several run-ins on Thursday. At one point the two collided, sending Friesen into the wall and spinning out of control. He would recover to finish fourth while Crafton came...
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