Based on NASCAR's recent photo, there is no denying that the rope in Wallace's garage was, indeed, a noose.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has been in the news quite a bit over the last week after it was revealed that a noose was found in his garage stall prior to a race at Talladega. The FBI launched an immediate investigation into the matter and revealed that the rope was simply a pully system for the garage door.
This caused an uproar among NASCAR fans who were waiting for an excuse to accuse of Bubba of fabricating a hoax. Eventually, Wallace went on Don Lemon's CNN show and reiterated that a noose was found in his stall and that he had done nothing wrong. Today, NASCAR confirmed Wallace's claims as they released a photo from the garage that displays an unmistakable noose hanging from the door. In fact, NASCAR even did a sweep of every single garage door at every track, and the only one to feature a noose was the one at Bubba's stall.
The auto-racing league also noted that this noose had been tied all the way back in October 2019 and the stall was used by driver Paul Menard at the time. Based on this information, it seems as though we are witnessing a massive coincidence.
Regardless, it is clear that Wallace did not pull off some elaborate hoax. A noose was, in fact, in his stall and if you were his crew member, you would have reported it too.