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Back in this era it was not easy being a driver period as most had little money and no support unless you were a Petty, Wood or Turner. . Wendell had the added challenges.
For all the bad I do think we do miss how many drivers race several times a week and many had to race to put food on the table. Many like Wendell had to also work another job on the side too.
I with today the money was not so great and drivers really had to drive to put food on the table.
Amen. I'm not trying to minimize the black (or any other) experience or culture, and I do not wish to homogenize our differences - but I sure wish we could get to the point where any human can just be viewed as "a driver", without mention of what color, race, or even gender is involved. Yes, it's terrific when someone breaks through barriers - but what we need to do is work harder at eliminating the barriers and letting talent, skill, and work ethic be the benchmarks. Simple to say and much harder to do, I get it, but we perpetrate the stigmas when we continue to label people and act surprised when certain of the labels are able to crack through into new areas of achievement.