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01 de Jun de 2020

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NASCAR fires accused officials

DOVER, DEL. NASCAR has fired two officials who had been suspended during an internal investigation into claims made in a $225 million r...

DOVER, DEL. NASCAR has fired two officials who had been suspended during an internal investigation into claims made in a $225 million racial discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit against stock car racing's sanctioning body. Tim Knox and Bud Moore were fired last week, NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Potson said. He declined to discuss the reasons for their dismissal before Sunday's race at Dover International Speedway. Knox and Moore are accused in Mauricia Grant's lawsuit of exposing themselves to her, and making graphic and lewd jokes.

She worked as a technical inspector for NASCAR's second-tier Nationwide Series from January 2005 through her October 2007 firing.

AP