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NASCAR driver uses racial slur during a live-streamed virtual race

SBS Monday, 13 April 2020
The virtual iRacing league has taken off in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, setting records for esports viewership.
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News video: Elk Grove Native Kyle Larson Suspended Indefinitely By NASCAR After Using Racial Slur During Virtual Race

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Elk Grove native and NASCAR star Kyle Larson has been suspended after he was heard using a racial slur on a Twitch live stream. Katie Johnston reports.

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