Valdosta, GA – The head of NASCAR is throwing his weight behind Donald Trump’s run for President of the United States.
NASCAR Chief Executive Officer Brian France gave his personal endorsement of the billionaire real estate mogul during a campaign stop Monday in Georgia, one of the 12 states whose delegates will be decided by voters on Super Tuesday.
“You know about his winning in business and success,” France added. “I’m here to tell you he wins with his family.”
France – also a director of the Daytona Beach-based International Speedway Corporation, the publicly traded company that owns Daytona International Speedway – added that anyone would be proud of the way Trump has raised his children even though he’s been married 3 times.
“That’s how I judge a winner,” France noted.
Several prominent NASCAR drivers joined France on stage in Valdosta, including Ryan Newman, David Ragan and Chase Elliott. Bill Elliott – Chase’s father and a legendary NASCAR driver – also endorsed Trump during that campaign rally.
Trump is expected to win the biggest share of GOP delegates on Super Tuesday, all but assuring that he wins the party’s nomination. Hillary Clinton is expected to do the same on the Democrat side.
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