NASCAR CEO and chairman Brian France, who usually doesn’t publicly comment on competition issues in his sport, uncharacteristically instructed drivers not to block at the Daytona 500 drivers meeting, reports NBC Sports. The problem is, you have to keep the other drivers behind you somehow in order to win at a…
Ahead of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, NASCAR CEO Brian France discussed the future of the sport, its search for a title sponsor and various other subjects. Perhaps his most defensive answer came in response to his support of president-elect Donald Trump.
NASCAR may be all flashy these days, filled with corporate sponsors, drivers without accents, and teeth. But scratch just below the surface and get into the stands at Talladega, and you’ll see truly beautiful vestiges of tradition sitting right in front of you.
NASCAR CEO and majority owner Brian France endorsed presidential candidate and half-empty bag of rancid tapioca Donald Trump the other week. But what might seem like good synergy for both France and Trump is an incredibly bad omen for the future of NASCAR.
Tony Stewart pointed out a major flaw with NASCAR in an interview with Dave Moody on Sirius/XM Radio: series chairman and CEO Brian France just isn’t there at the track. That might explain a few things.
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and current involuntary vacationer Matt Kenseth congratulated Jimmie Johnson on his sixth win at Texas Motor Speedway, but didn’t hold back a mention of the spat that led to his current two-race banishment in the process.
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France aired quite a bit of interesting information in his annual preseason radio appearance Tuesday night on the Motor Racing Network. In addition to addressing the Busch trial, he also reiterated that criticizing NASCAR's racing product will (still) not be tolerated.
We're just gonna get this out of the way right now. How completely, utterly rad is it that a man by the name of Chief Chitwood is investigating whether NASCAR CEO Brian France was treated with kid gloves because of who he was after he crashed his Lexus into a tree? France wasn't administered a sobriety test. However,…