Dale Earnhardt, Jr. took a break from driving cars really fast today to show his support for a curious dish he thinks we should all be eating: bananas and mayo on white bread.

https://twitter.com/DaleJr/status/717398240375640064

The stock-car–racing star’s tweet garnered some shocked reactions from fans and hot-take–loving sports writers, who seem dismayed by the combination of soft, white foods.

https://twitter.com/micahpeters_/status/717401376276422657

But those in the know—like Deadspin editor Timothy Burke—were more upset with the brand choice than the combo itself:

https://twitter.com/bubbaprog/status/717400187560402948

While the uninitiated might mistake them for the type of weird dish you invent as a kid, banana-and-mayo sammies are actually variants of “a forgotten Southern sandwich” featuring peanut butter and mayo, according to Garden & Gun. There’s even a whole Facebook page dedicated to fans of the under-appreciated snack.

Earnhardt, Jr. first expressed his love for Hellmans and bananas back in 2014. The controversial sandwich also became a good-luck charm for Nationals bullpen coach Matthew LeCroy during a win streak the same year.

[via Twitter/@DaleJr]