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Where Do the FANS Want NASCAR’s Next Street Race to Be in 2024?

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From purely the on-track racing perspective, NASCAR’s Street Race in Chicago seemed to be a runaway success. Steve O’Donnell said after the race, “We can take the Cup Series anywhere we want. The race we put on today would sell and be embraced globally.” Well, where do the fans believe NASCAR can sell the show they put on in Chicago over the weekend?

The Pacific Northwest

Jeremy J Alberti wants to see NASCAR explore a new market in Seattle.

Josh Roberts feels since NASCAR is now in Portland, Seattle is a natural stop.

LA says Seattle, but the rain chance is something to be considered.

Washington D.C.

Colin Casey wants a race in his home area of Washington D.C.

An IMSA doubleheader you say? Now, we’re talking!

Wild Cards

Dale Terry wants Nashville and Pittsburgh.

It’s been a LONG time since NASCAR has raced in Oklahoma.

Chris Blevins wants a Cruisin’ USA-esque tour of the country

Dominic Soto says he is uncertain if the locals would go for a race in Hawaii.

No More Street Races

Joseph says NONE in all caps.

Roy Jolly says no to street circuits and dirt tracks.

The jury is still out on whether or not the Chicago Street Race was a success as an event. However, this weekend did prove that NASCAR Cup Series cars can race on street courses. Meaning NASCAR can go other places if they so choose.

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