First NASCAR fan from New York City discovered

He was spotted after the race inquiring as to where he might find some cornbread and pot licker prepared in the “down home” style, the way his “grandmammy” used to make.

Seriously, though. Does a guy who’s goofed on Hillary repeatedly for her politically convenient Yankee fandom really want to go this route?

Now, Rudolph W. Giuliani says, he “really” is a NASCAR fan…

On Sunday, the Giuliani campaign came to the Homestead-Miami Speedway, past a handful of Confederate flags flying in the parking lot and beyond the Jack Daniel’s tent, to attend NASCAR’s Ford 400.

“This is our third race this year,” he boasted to the assembled dignitaries, who included former heavyweight boxing champion Lennox Lewis, Miss Florida and crew chiefs, shortly before the race.

Then he fawned over the races.

“This is a quintessentially American sport,” he told the audience. “It represents the best of America.”

“Every woman in the country is going to vote for Hillary,” scoffed Brian Landis, 43, a tree surgeon from Deerfield Beach, shaking his head in disgust. “They’re just going to vote for her. I like Giuliani. It’s who I know. It’s who I trust.”

Between this, his rollback on civil unions, and his magical awakening to the dangers of unchecked illegal immigration, the only move left is to embrace Jesus and move to Dallas. Exit question: Precisely how, dear reader, does NASCAR represent “the best of America”? I’m keeping an open mind here. Just make the case.

Update: Amerpundit comments, “It’s working.”