Gatornationals: meeting the “need for speed”
Gainesville is continuing a tradition of the 43rd Annual National Hot Rod Assocation’s Gatornationals, but this year a milestone is being celebrated. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Cameron Taylor spoke with Auto Plus Raceway at Gainesville Executive General Manager Don Robertson about what raceway staff members are doing to get ready for Gatornationals and what this milestone will mean for the fans.
That was Auto Plus Raceway at Gainesville Executive General Manager Don Robertson. Cameron Taylor also spoke with Alachua County Tourist Development Director Roland Loog about how Gatornationals will impact Gainesville economically.
Gatornationals will take place this year at the Auto Plus Raceway at Gainesville from March 8th through March 11th.
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