We finally know how Richard Petty Motorsports is paying for Bubba Wallace

No, it's not Domino's Pizza.

After a rather public flirtation with the pizza company, Richard Petty Motorsports announced, on its website, that it has entered into sponsorship agreement with  Click 'n' Close, a digital mortgage approval platform.

Click 'n' Close, the release went on to say, would be the primary sponsor for the No. 43 for at least three races, and would also enter into a sponsorship agreement with NASCAR. The sponsor will be on the No. 43 for the Daytona 500, and then at Phoenix and Texas.

Three races still means that RPMotorsports needs more sponsorship for the season so ...

If you remember back in September -- when Bubba Wallace still didn't have a ride and was looking for a sponsor -- he put together this hilarious video targeting this one potential partner. Wallace went to the golf course and played with a man dressed as a pizza in an attempt to convince Domino's Pizza that they should sponsor him next season

As it turns out, that spot not only for the attention of Domino's Pizza (see below), but it also made the company some money. It made $12,500, to be exact in social media value, according to MVPIndex.

Wallace continues to make eyes at Domino;s.

Stay tuned.