NASCAR is making a splash with the first of its NASCAR RACING car rental cars in New York, but its not the first time a NASCAR racecar has been parked in New Jersey.NASCAR says it will soon be leasing up to 10 of the cars for up to $400,000, but the New York Police Department says it’s more than just a novelty.
It’s a warning.
The NYPD says it recently received a call about a car rental in Manhattan, but it was not a car owned by NASCAR.
It’s the latest in a string of security incidents, but NYPD spokesman Sgt. David Sternberg said the NYPD does not believe the cars were stolen.
He said the cars are still parked in a parking lot in Queens and the NYPD has no other information to suggest that they were stolen or vandalized.
Police have made it clear that New York residents who rent cars should be aware that they may not be able to keep the cars at their homes or on the street.
They can’t be rented by friends or family.
The cars cannot be driven in public or in other public spaces.
There is no parking available.
The cars are also not registered to any of the racers, according to a letter from NASCAR to New Yorkers from the New Jersey Racing Alliance.
The association is the state’s main rental car agency.
It operates in about half of the state, including the cities of Newark and Jersey City.
It has been a mainstay of racing since the 1970s, when NASCAR’s first car was raced by a team of young drivers.
The group has grown over the years to include racers from other sports, including golf, soccer and ice hockey.NASCASA, a union representing NASCAR employees, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.