NASCAR in New York City? Jeff Gordon says ‘I would give anything’

Jeff Gordon says he competence lapse to NASCAR. That is if NASCAR comes to New York City.

The four-time champion told Newsday that he thinks a array needs a lane in a area, something that’s been talked about before.

“Man, we would give anything,” he said.

The 47-year-old would adore to see a brief lane nearby MetLife lane during a Meadowlands Sports Complex in New Jersey, a home of a NFL’s New York Giants and Jets, and maybe some of his fans could even assistance build it.

“I always fun and tell people many of a time we get famous in New York is when I’m walking by a construction site. Those are a NASCAR fans in New York.”

The formidable hosted an Indycar travel competition from 1984-1991 on a parking lot entrance roads, and is now a site of supercross and prosaic lane motorcycle races. Not to discuss a beast lorry event.

Race leader Mario Andretti heading a margin during a 1984 Meadowlands Grand Prix.

Race leader Mario Andretti heading a margin during a 1984 Meadowlands Grand Prix.
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The Fox Sports researcher says a series of people examination NASCAR races on TV in a area leads him to trust it would be a successful marketplace for a sport.

“I consider they wouldn’t have any problem stuffing a stands.”

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