Mitchell, you have a twisted sense of racism. Most drivers choose their car number as the year of a child’s birthday or an anniversary. You seem to be able to bring racism into things that are not racist. People like you are the issue with racism. You are what people call a nit-picker.
I appreciate the education you provided. I never knew that “88” stood for “Heil, Hitler.” However, I will continue to represent and cheer for car No. 88, because it is a positive number in our racing family. Number 88 is for my daughter’s birth year.
I recommend finding something positive in life and focus on doing something good for people. Be optimistic to help improve immune and cardiovascular function and greater physical functioning. You might enjoy life more.