Company Overview of National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc., a sports Website, operates as an online destination that delivers news, statistics, and information on races, drivers, teams, and industry events. It also offers a selection of licensed merchandise online. The company was founded in 1948 and is based in Daytona Beach, Florida. It also has locations in Atlanta, Georgia; and Charlotte, North Carolina.
1801 West International Speed Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Founded in 1948
Key Executives for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Vice Chairman and President
Vice Chairman and Executive Vice President
Chief Accounting Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. Key Developments
Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against NASCAR and International Speedway Corp
Sep 19 16
NASCAR was hit with a USD 500 million lawsuit accusing the company of racial discrimination for preventing black-owned teams and drivers from competing, including in the Sprint Cup Series. Terrance Cox and his company, Diversity Motorsports Racing LLC, filed a lawsuit late on September 16, 2016 in U.S. district court in Manhattan against NASCAR, its parent company, International Speedway Corp, and 18 teams, according to court records. The plaintiffs are also seeking an injunction requiring the defendants to 'fully integrate the African-American community'. In a statement, NASCAR reported that the lawsuit has no merit. The plaintiffs reported that they sued after NASCAR refused to let them field a team or join its Drive for Diversity programme, and in 2015 told them to cease contact. Citing NASCAR's website, the plaintiffs said none of the 48 drivers in the Sprint Cup, NASCAR's top racing series, is black, and only one of the 18 teams has partial African-American ownership. They also reported that only one driver in NASCAR's Xfinity Series circuit is black. The lawsuit seeks USD 75 million in compensatory damages and USD 425 million in punitive damages. Ronald Paltrowitz, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, reported that any funds would go toward groups that the plaintiffs sponsor to boost minority participation in motorsports.
NASCAR Announces Management Changes
Dec 2 15
NASCAR named Scott Miller to replace Robin Pemberton as a new Senior Vice President of competition. Miller comes to his new role in the sport from Michael Waltrip Racing, where he was executive Vice President of competition. He will replace Pemberton, who is resigning at the end of the year. Miller will be responsible for all of NASCAR's competition efforts, including technology, inspection, rules and officiating.
NASCAR Announces Executive Changes
Jun 11 15
NASCAR has appointed Jill Gregory as head of marketing. Gregory replaces Kim Brink, who is now chief operating officer of Global Team Ford. Gregory, who is based in Charlotte, has worked at NASCAR since 2007. She is currently senior vice president of industry services. In that post, she is credited with helping to roll out several key initiatives, including the new Sprint Cup Chase format in 2014. Gregory will continue in her industry services role.
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