Jeff Simmons Back In Racing

May 21, 2008 at 3:00 am

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In spite of the fact that he’s going on 32 years old, East Granby’s Jeff Simmons doesn’t believe like he’s playing against seconds on the road.

Jeff Simmons will play his fourth Indianapolis 500 start Sunday, holding a car out of the A.J. Foyt Enterprises. It’s a 1-race agreement for Simmons, who has been looking for a permanent ride in the IndyCar sequence from the time when he was hastily fired past July by Rahal Letterman racing following almost 2 terms with the lineup.

After the competition Simmons will be searching for that agreement that will set him in a race permanent again. But at the moment Jeff Simmons, who has long alleged his worship for his racing, isn’t closing any opportunity. He whispered that if the correct arrangement came along in or Sports Car racing or Stock Car event he would get the chance.

“I think that I’m healthy, I’m in good shape. I think that I can easily drive IndyCars for another 10 years,” Simmons said joyfully. “That wouldn’t be a bad career.”
In addition, At New York, as the cover ups ticked along a busy thoroughfare in Manhattan Monday, Simmons posed with a smile, his driver’s set of clothes on, and helmet beneath his arm. There was self-confidence in expressing when his upcoming race will be.

He was in attendance together with the other 32 car racers in the opening lineup for “Sunday’s Indianapolis 500”.

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