Denver Post writer fired after expressing discomfort at Japanese Indy 500 winner

  • Terry Frei ‘uncomfortable’ with Takuma Sato’s win on Memorial Day weekend
  • Columnist apologizes, saying father flew missions over Japan

The Denver Post has fired columnist Terry Frei after the seven-time state sportswriter of the year posted a racially charged tweet following Sunday’s Indianapolis 500.

The race was won by Japan’s Takuma Sato. However, Frei expressed his displeasure at the victory on Memorial Day weekend, when the US traditionally pays tribute to its troops. 

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