Winston-Salem State University Student to Represent HBCUs in NASCAR Debut at Richmond Raceway

A Winston-Salem State University student will represent the entire HBCU community in the world of NASCAR this Saturday.

19-year-old Rajah Caruth will compete in his first NASCAR race in the Xfinity Series at Richmond Raceway this weekend. Caruth will become only the third Black driver currently racing in a major NASCAR series.

The HBCU student will be driving a Virginia State University-themed car with the number 44 on it. The car will be decked out in Virginia State’s orange and blue color scheme and represent all the proud Trojans out there.

Virginia State University is sponsoring the car managed by Alpha Prime Racing in the ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway on Saturday. The race is the first of several that Caruth has signed with Alpha Prime Racing for this upcoming season.

The sponsorship is a huge step for HBCUs and minorities in the racing community.

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SOURCE: Black America Web

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