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.
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.”