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“Well its been a fun ride and dream come true but if this is the direction Nascar is headed we will not participate after the 2020 season is over,” Ciccarelli announced in a Facebook post (all misspellings are his own). “I don’t believe in kneeling during Anthem nor taken ppl right to fly whatever flag they love.”I could care less about the Confederate Flag but there are ppl that do and it doesn’t make them a racist all you are doing is f—ing one group to cater to another.”#NASCAR Truck driver/owner Ray Ciccarelli says he won’t continue in NASCAR after this year. He cited his reasons in this Facebook post: pic.twitter.com/NKrgPZFvyJ— John Haverlin (@JohnHaverlin) June 10, 2020MORE: NASCAR fans react to flag ban Ray Ciccarelli announced the end of his NASCAR Truck Series career with a furious Facebook post on Wednesday shortly after NASCAR banned Confederate flags from all events.Ciccarelli, 50, has participated in 18 Truck Series races over the past four years, though none in 2020. He has finished in the top 10 once — a No. 9 placing at the Michigan International Speedway last year. Ciccarelli went on to decry what he said was the insertion of “political BS” in NASCAR, a sport with traditionally conservative roots.It’s been a significant week for NASCAR in terms of addressing racism in its own ranks. In addition to the Confederate flag ban, it has voiced support for the Black Lives Matter movement and on Wednesday saw driver Bubba Wallace compete in a custom car meant to advocate for racial equality.Clearly, though, not everyone in the sport is willing to accept the shift.