The IndyCar Series will not allow political messaging on its vehicles, denying a request to promote Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Donald Trump. This follows Trump’s alleged participation in a different event that was mysteriously canceled the night before the race a month before.

A request was made ahead of the Indy 500, which is considered the largest single-day sports event in the world, to place political branding on the participating vehicles.

However, officials for the racing series said…

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