NASCAR Cup Series driver Noah Gragson, who was shipped into limbo in August for “liking” a George Floyd meme that depicted Floyd as a crab, has been reinstated. Gragson was slapped with an indefinite suspension on Aug. 5, according to a NASCAR news release about his reinstatement. The news release, issued Tuesday, said NASCAR’s grounds for the suspension were Gragson’s “actions on social media.” The Legacy Motor Club team, for which Gragson had been driving, suspended him indefinitely even before NASCAR punished him. In the NASCAR news release, an organization representative said, “Noah Gragson has completed diversity and inclusion training with our partners at RISE.” [firefly_poll] RISE bills itself as a “national nonprofit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations.” In a statement on his own reinstatement, Gragson said the process had given him time for “growth and reflection” and had made him “a better person.” “I want to express my sincere gratitude to NASCAR for reinstating me. Over the past several weeks, I have dedicated myself to personal growth and reflection, and I believe I have become a better person because of it,” he wrote on social media. “I couldn’t have done it without the support of my family and the NASCAR industry.” [ic_trending] racing at the Toledo Speedway on Saturday, where he finished 11th in the Hearn Industrial Glass City 200, according to unofficial results published Sunday by the auto racing site RacingAmerica.com. Gragson raced with Rette Jones Racing, which is co-owned by Terry Jones, according to RacingAmerica. earlier this month that Xfinity Series driver John Hunter Nemechek will drive in Gragson’s place next season. Gragson had been number 33 in points when he was suspended. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.