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NASCAR companies rate well for LGBT equality in the workplace

Brad Keselowski drives for MillerCoors, which gets 100.

Some may think of rampant homophobia when the top if NASCAR comes up, but that's much more about the stereotypical fan than the people in the sport. Queers4gears did a review of HRC's Corporate Equality Index and found the companies participating in NASCAR are much more pro-gay than the stereotype would make you think. Of the 40 companies receiving a score, 17 get a perfect 100; And 32 of them have at least a 55. Mobile 1 got a -25, which sounds absolutely terrible.

Read all the NASCAR scores and Queers4gears' analysis.

PHOTO: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Brad Keselowski (2) in the garage prior to practice for the Kobalt Tool 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-US PRESSWIRE