The 64th Annual Daytona 500 was held on Sunday, February 20, at the Daytona International Speedway in Florida.
A FOX 35 reporter went into the crowd to interview people on what they would sign on the finish line, which he instantly regretted. Every year fans sign the finish line at Daytona Speedway before the race.
“How about this gentleman right here? Right here, my friend. How are you this morning?” said the reporter. “What are you going to sign on that finish line?” he added.
The NASCAR fan responded with conviction, “What do you think I’m going to sign? I’m going to sign F*ck Brandon.”
“No, no, no, we are not doing this. That’s the risk we have here when we broadcast live from the track,” the reporter said in his defense.
The FOX reporter asked another person in the hopes of getting a more amicable answer.
“I love the American flag, sir. What are you going to sign in the checkered line?” he asked.
“I just did. Would you like to see what I wrote?” the NASCAR fan responded.
“Just tell me, is it clean?” the anxious reporter asked.
In which the fan said, “It’s not clean.”
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— Kristin (@Sodangfancy100) February 20, 2022
Rookie Austin Cindric was the 2022 Daytona 500 champion and his first NASCAR Cup Series win after a thrilling finish to the season-opening race.
NASCAR hate-hoaxer Bubba Wallace encountered a painful loss and ended up as a runner-up with just 0.036 seconds behind.
A PHOTO FINISH IN THE #DAYTONA500!
AUSTIN CINDRIC WINS! pic.twitter.com/abobUxgbRa
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) February 20, 2022