There's some things we give them the recipe to help themselves and it's up to them to see how the pie comes out of the ovenEconomic slump means rough road at NASCAR Feb 12, 2009
When you're sitting here and see blue skies at one end and dark clouds on the other end, it's really frustratingPennsylvania 500 postponed by rain Aug 02, 2009
We accept that drivers will have their own opinions about our tiresGoodyear responds to NASCAR driver critics Mar 12, 2008
Attitudes have changed, and spirits companies have a long record of responsible advertisingNASCAR to allow hard-liquor sponsorships Nov 10, 2004
NASCAR has zero tolerance for any type of behavior that is in violation of our substance abuse policy. We have a moral responsibility to protect the integrity of our sportNASCAR suspends driver Kevin Grubb Mar 02, 2004
Michael Helton is currently the president of the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). He replaced Bill France, Jr. in November 2000 as the company's third president. He was named the Chief Operating Officer of NASCAR in February 1999.
Helton is from Bristol, Virginia. He graduated from John S. Battle High School in Washington County, VA and attended King College in Bristol, Tennessee, home of Bristol Motor Speedway. He was awarded an Honorary Degree from King College in May, 2000, when he spoke at the College's graduation ceremony. In the past he served as track manager at Talladega Superspeedway.