With the excitement already building about the physical layout of the Hall of Fame, this will add to the excitement on another front, regarding this impressive, historic projectNASCAR announces hall of fame process Jan 22, 2009
But we won't live or die in a pullout or pullbackAutomakers' woes expected to impact NASCAR Dec 22, 2008
You look at what's going to be best in the long run and I'm happy to tell you today that the NASCAR Hall of Fame is going to be here in CharlotteNASCAR Hall of Fame located in Charlotte Mar 06, 2006
What we're not going to call this is a playoffNASCAR changes points system Jan 20, 2004
Over the past 10 years, we've dramatically increased safety and that mission continuesNASCAR makes key rules changes Jan 21, 2010
Brian France (born August 2, 1962) is the CEO and Chairman of NASCAR, taking over the position from his father, Bill France, Jr., in 2003 . He is widely known and regarded as one of the most powerful men in sports. France pioneered NASCAR out of a Southeast based sport, into a national and international multi billion dollar success. Prior to becoming Chairman and CEO, he had previously managed NASCAR's marketing department and touring divisions and was the creator of the Craftsman Truck Series. France graduated from the University of Central Florida
France also owns Brand Sense Partners, a Los Angeles based company whose clients include Halle Berry, Sheryl Crow, Jenny McCarthy, the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.
Brian France's grandfather founded NASCAR in 1948. Since NASCAR is still privately owned and contained within the France family, racing has made everyone in the France family billionaires. NASCAR has the second highest TV ratings, after the National Football League, in the United States. NASCAR sanctions over 1,500 races at over 100 tracks in 39 states, and Canada. NASCAR has presented exhibition races in Suzuka City, Japan, Motegi City, Japan, Mexico, and Melbourne, Australia. Internationally, NASCAR races are broadcast in over 150 countries