Who is in charge at Nascar?

Who are the Nascar executives?

NASCAR Key Executives

  • Brian France. Brian France serves as the CEO / President of NASCAR.
  • Jill Gregory. Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. …
  • Karen Leetzow. Senior Vice President, General Counsel. …
  • Eugene Stefanyshyn. …
  • Tim Clark. …
  • Christopher Davis. …
  • Skip G. …
  • Chris Glenn.

Who is the Nascar race director?

John Darby is an American motor racing official, currently serving as Managing Director of Competition Director of NASCAR.

What family owns NASCAR?

The France family -the “First Family of NASCAR” – has controlled the stock car racing organization since its inception in 1948. Brian France, the grandson of founder Bill France, Sr. and son of former CEO Bill Jr., has been at the helm since 2003.

Who drives the 43 car in NASCAR?

43 at Richard Petty Motorsports for 2021 NASCAR season. Erik Jones will replace Bubba Wallace in the No. 43 at Richard Petty Motorsports next season, the team has announced. Jones currently drives the No.

Who owns NASCAR Jim France?

NASCAR was founded by Bill France, Sr. in 1948 and to this day France family members own and operate NASCAR. Jim France, one of the sons of the founder, is the current chairman and CEO after Brian France’s arrest on August 6, 2018 and subsequent leave from the position.

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Did the France family sell NASCAR?

The sale of NASCAR is “absolutely” not in the foreseeable future, according to its president Steve Phelps. “The France family is not interested in selling NASCAR at all,” Phelps said during an interview on FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria.” NASCAR was founded by Bill France Sr.

How much is Jim France worth?

43 for Richard Petty Motorsports in 2021. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Erik Jones will drive NASCAR’s iconic No. 43 next season for Richard Petty Motorsports, a pairing of a driver and a team both in need of fresh starts.

Who drives for Richard Petty in Nascar?

Erik Jones announced Sunday from Michigan International Speedway that he will return to Richard Petty Motorsports for a second season, driving the No. 43 Chevrolet in the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series.

Who will drive for RPM in 2021?

NASCAR driver Erik Jones said he will return to Richard Petty Motorsports next season behind the wheel of the No. 43 car. He told reporters at Michigan International Speedway ahead of Sunday’s Cup race that he recently signed the deal.