Found August 27, 2012 on
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About five years ago, if you told me that a social networking game would be sponsoring a NASCAR, I would have called you crazy.
However, that has become a reality when NASCAR star Jeff Gordon got a special Farmville paint job for one of his cars.
Zynga (the creator of Farmville) teamed up with the AARP's Drive To End Hunger foundation and Gordon got a special paint job to celebrate the partnership with both companies
(Courtesy of Farmville Freak)
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Jeff Gordon, driver of the #24 Farm Ville/AARP Drive To End Hunger Chevrolet, met with media and discussed racing at Bristol with the new surface changes, racing with teammates, the importance of sponsors in the sport, taking risks, and more.
WHAT DO Y0U THINK OF THE RACE TRACK? “Right now, it’s just normal. I think actually the left-side tire that Goodyear has brought here is...
JEFF GORDON: Yeah, they were saying that we are hearing something about rubber up there, some more grip, and from that point on, it was all four tires up there on that new pavement, or the concrete that they ground. So I say they grind the whole place. Sounds awesome. I hope they do that next time.
But it was you know what I loved about the racing tonight, even though it...
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