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 History of the NAACD

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PostSubject: History of the NAACD   Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:03 pm

In 2001, there were 2 American leagues in this universe: The American Stock Car Organization (ASCO) and the United States Automobile Racing League (USAAL). The ASCO folded that year due to skyrocketing prices for the equipment needed and a poor economic situation. It only got worse, and in 2003 the USAAL was unable to finish the season. As the US was plunged into the worst depression since the Great Depression, sports faltered. Fans turned to Europe to get their fix of racing. In 2009, German immigrant Frank Stepp looked to change all that. He became a successful business man in Germany, but moved to the states when it was prospering in the late '90s. He built up quite a profit, which he used to sustain himself in the depression. When the depression was, in effect, over in 2009, he took all his savings out of the bank and looked for investors in the Southern United States. He found many, and in mid 2011, he announced the NAACD - many big corporations were interested. Now, Stepp has turned to American drivers to fill the seats. He hopes that he can get a full grid in the higher tier series, the Stanley Tools Champions Division (STCD), by Spring 2012, when he plans to start the season. He hopes to start the Subway Junior Division (SJD) in 2013, with a full field of 33 as well.
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