Chat with Darrell Wallace Jr.

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Darrell Wallace Jr.
Wallace earned three top-10 finishes in four Nationwide races in 2012.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, we're going out to the track to chat with Darrell Wallace Jr., who made history Saturday by becoming the first black driver to win in NASCAR in 50 years.

Wallace, @BubbaWallace, in his rookie season in the Truck Series, won at Martinsville to become just the second black driver to win on NASCAR's national level, and first since Wendell Scott in 1963.

Wallace, 20, drives the No. 54 truck for Kyle Busch Motorsports has 11 top-10 finishes this season in 19 total starts. He started racing at 9 years old, and, at 16, became the youngest driver, and first African-American, to win in the NASCAR K&N series. He went on to win the 2010 NASCAR K&N Series East Rookie of the Year.

Send your questions now and join Wallace Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET!

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