Phoenix Raceway, the scene of this weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series 2022 championship decider announced on Tuesday that Phoenix native and community development executive Latasha Causey has been named as the new Track President. Latasha will take up her new role on November 28.
Speaking about her new position, Causey said:
“I have been fortunate to call The Valley ‘home’ my entire life, and I could not be more grateful to become the next leader of Phoenix Raceway. “NASCAR is a sport that brings people together, and as a result, Phoenix Raceway plays a key role in showcasing our great community to visitors across the country every year. I cannot wait to help build upon the great work that’s already been done in making this facility one of the true gems in sports and entertainment.”
Chip Wile, NASCAR senior vice president and chief track properties officer commented on today’s news saying:
“Latasha’s track record speaks for itself as a highly experienced executive that prioritizes relationships and giving back to the community – also core values of ours at NASCAR. “NASCAR and Phoenix Raceway take pride in making a positive impact on the community through creating a best-in-class experience for fans when they visit the track, as well as through actively giving back and playing a significant role as a community partner. Because of these ideals, Latasha is the perfect fit to lead Phoenix Raceway into 2023 and beyond.”
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