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What are we to make of Tia Norfleet and her pack of tall tales?
Tia Norfleet, often referred to as NASCAR's first licensed Black female driver, has been overstating her claims.
From the first Black president of the Southern Baptist Convention to the first Black homecoming queen at Ole Miss, 2012 produced some notable African-American firsts. BET.com takes a look at the historic moments.
BET.com looks back at African-Americans who blazed through racial barriers and took the racing world by storm.
Tia Norfleet, the daughter of driver Bobby Norfleet, is ready to make tracks of her own in the most segregated sport.