By David Madden

By David Madden

(MILLVILLE, NJ) — NASCAR fans in the tri state will have three races to attend next year in the region. New Jersey will host its first ever come September in Millville.

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You got Pocono. You got Dover. Now add the New Jersey Motorsports Park, which has spent the last three years lobbying NASCAR for a chance to host a race.

Park CEO Brad Scott expects about 10 thousand fans to show up for the K&N Pro Series East event on September 17th, although they can handle 5 times that many people.

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“We have the paddock space. We have garages. We have hotel rooms. Exotic car garages. We have a full clubhouse,” Scott told KYW Newsradio. “Plenty of space. Controlled entrances. So we’re definitely set up to handle an event like this.”

And any modifications needed on the 8 year old track are likely to be minor. It’s a one year deal with NASCAR officials that Scott hopes to extend to several.

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