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NASCAR CEO Brian France Addresses Many Topics in Associated Press Meeting

On Thursday, NASCAR CEO and Chairman Brian France spent the day in New York City meeting with members of The Associated Press at the yearly ASPE Commissioner Meeting.

At the gathering, France represented NASCAR and answered many questions regarding the future of the sport, as well as his controversial comments defending Republican Candidate Donald Trump. He also commented on the current state of North Carolina in the recent law that was passed regarding transgenders.

Since the encountering with Trump, France has been quiet on the state of the sport. But he insists that NASCAR is going in the right direction.

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I wonder, when France began to speak, if the people there listening were issued hip-waders and shovels, as it must have got pretty deep with the BS.


Seems Amy and Ryan Mcgee so far threw their waders away and took the red pill, and embraced the fake reality. Given they have slammed readers/fans/ex-fanatics in their most recent columns.

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