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Jordan buys Nascar team, Bubba Wallace set to drive

Publication date 22 September 2020 | 22:35 | ICT

Basketball icon Michael Jordan announced Monday he has purchased a Nascar Cup series charter team and recruited trailblazing black driver Bubba Wallace to race for the new outfit next season.

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