William Darrell Wallace Jr. is an American professional stock car racing driver who competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series. He currently drives the No. 23 Toyota Camry for 23XI Racing and the No. 18 Toyota Supra for Joe Gibbs Racing. He has won four races and is a two-time winner in the series. In addition to racing in NASCAR Cup Series events, Wallace also has a long list of other professional and personal achievements.
|Real Name||William Darrel Wallace Jr|
|Profession||Model, Television actress|
|Date of Birth||October 8, 1993|
|Age||29 (as of 2022)|
|Family||Father: Darrell Wallace
Mother: Desiree Wallace
|School||Northwest Cabarrus High School|
|College||Yet to be updated|
|Birth Place||Mobile, Alabama, United States|
|Hometown||Mobile, Alabama, United States|
|Current City||Concord, North Carolina, United States|
Social Media Profiles
- Bubba has 172k followers on his Facebook page.
- He is the youngest driver to win Franklin County Speedway in 2008
After a year-long absence from the sport, Wallace decided to take up the challenge. He won his first race at the Phoenix Motor Speedway, and he became the most controversial driver in NASCAR. He quickly gained national attention after wearing a black T-shirt that said, “I Can’t Breathe. Black Lives Matter.” However, that incident changed his career forever, and he was the most booed driver of all time. In Race: Bubba Wallace, Michael Jordan takes over his team and replaces longtime crew chief Mike Wheeler.
Wallace was the first Black driver in NASCAR’s top Cup Series in 2006. He was in first place when the rain stopped the race after 45 minutes, but it continued to rain again as the sun set. It was then that Wallace took the lead in the final lap, pulling ahead of the competition and holding that position for five laps. He also broke down in tears during the Daytona 500. He said he’s thankful for the fans and has apologised to fans who hate him.