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Bubba Wallace, Michael McDowell Come To Agreement Following Wreck

Bubba Wallace speaks with FOX after the GEICO 500.

TALLADEGA, ALABAMA - JUNE 22: Bubba Wallace, driver of the #43 Victory Junction Chevrolet, speaks to the media after the NASCAR Cup Series GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on June 22, 2020 in Talladega, Alabama. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Bubba Wallace and Michael McDowell have come to a respectable agreement following their heated wreck on Wednesday night.

McDowell drove Wallace into the wall during Wednesday night's All-Star qualifier race. Wallace was furious with the move, as it prevented him from racing in the All-Star event.

“Oh, just disrespect. When you get hooked into the wall — my hair looks terrible. Sorry, Mom. When you get hooked the right rear into the wall — I don’t even need to see a replay. Look at that. Yeah, wow. People say one of the nicest guys in the garage. Can’t wait for the God-fearing text he’s going to send me about preaching and praising respect. What a joke he is,” Wallace told FOX Sports immediately following the wreck. 

Wallace then took his damaged bumper and left it at the front of McDowell's hauler door.

The two drivers are now playing nice, though.

McDowell has placed the bumper for auction to raise money for Motor Racing Outreach.

''Thank you Bubba Wallace for the gift. Hopefully we can raise a lot of money for FollowMRO. They are a CHRISTIAN ministry that has loved and served our NASCAR community for over 30 years,'' McDowell tweeted.

Wallace is all for it.

''When life gives you lemons, auction them off and raise money for FollowMRO. May not agree to what happened on track, but we can agree on a positive outcome from the situation,'' Wallace wrote back.

The bid price for the bumper was at more than $15,000 as of Saturday afternoon.