NASCAR asks fans not to display Confederate flags at its events

NASCAR's chairman has called the flag a symbol he personally finds offensive and wants it barred from all events.

NASCAR's Chairman has called the flag a symbol he personally finds offensive and wants it barred from all events.

NASCAR's Chairman has called the flag a symbol he personally finds offensive and wants it barred from all events. (7/2/15)

DAYTONA BEACH - NASCAR is asking fans not to display the Confederate flag at its events.

A statement released today is asking fans to be welcoming to everyone.

NASCAR's chairman has called the flag a symbol he personally finds offensive and wants it barred from all events.

This weekend, Daytona International Speedway is scheduled to hold a flag exchange event where fans can turn in any flag for an American flag.

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