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ISC PLAYS ITS TRUMP CARD: TWO TO JOIN ON LONG ISLAND TRACK?
Published March 12, 1999
Donald Trump and ISC have "agreed to explore" building a NASCAR race track on Long Island, according to Rick Westhead of BLOOMBERG NEWS. The agreement will be announced at a press conference today. Yesterday, shares in ISC rose 2 5/16 to a "record" 48 1/2 in trading of 184,000, "more than twice their three-month daily average of about 66,000" (BLOOMBERG, 3/11). Trump recently bid $55M for a site on Long Island,where he has proposed building a NASCAR speedway. Trump had been asked by local officials to "show that he had a track partner before the town would begin negotiations to sell the 2,900-acre site" (NEWSDAY, 3/12).