A high school golf coach resigned a day after sending tweets directed toward Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr., who next season will become the first full-time African-American NASCAR Cup driver since 1971. Cambridge (Wis.) High School coach Brett Nottestad tweeted several times to Wallace on Wednesday, including making a reference to Wallace’s grandmother, who died a year ago, when he wrote, “Granny Jan die in a police shooting?” According to The Cambridge News, Nottestad also tweeted, “Hey @BubbaWallace. Please quit with, ‘I’m black’ bs. You’re terrible. There are 1423 more credible drivers to get that ride than you,” and to a photo of Wallace and a fan, “Almost looks like going to the zoo.” The number 1423 is often used as a reference to a white supremacist group, according to the Anti-Defamation League. The tweets have been deleted. Wallace, whose tribute to his grandmother is pinned to his profile, responded to Nottestad’s tweets on Wednesday…

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