Brian France en Unsealed Documents Shine Light On NASCAR Leader's Holdings <p>Newly unsealed documents in the divorce case of NASCAR Chairman Brian France provide a rare glimpse into how much money the privately held racing organization has generated for the France family.</p><p>France’s assets totaled more than $550 million in 2005, according to a financial statement included in the 1,500 pages of documents.</p><p>Owned and controlled by the France family, NASCAR paid Brian France more than $9 million in 2004, the documents show.</p> Thu, 09 May 2013 14:43:03 +0000 Ames Alexander & Gavin Off/Charlotte Observer 26934 at NASCAR Bets Big On New Race Car - The Gen-6 <p>NASCAR executives are betting the future of their sport on their brand new race car. The new model was the focus of their preseason press conference in uptown Charlotte Tuesday.</p><p>The new car, called Gen-6, is about looking good and driving better. A video that opened the press conference showed shots of the shiny stock cars zipping around racetracks while a narrator said, "Gen-6 has arrived with an old school appeal - the racetrack and showroom arm in arm once again."</p> Wed, 23 Jan 2013 14:33:22 +0000 Michael Tomsic 19942 at NASCAR Bets Big On New Race Car - The Gen-6 Jeremy Mayfield Makes Surprise Call To NASCAR CEO <p></p><div><p>Suspended NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield has been out of racing since 2009, when he tested positive for methamphetamine. Mayfield wants to return to the track, and this week called in to a radio show to ask NASCAR CEO Brian France to give him a chance.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 09 Jan 2013 21:21:38 +0000 Tasnim Shamma 19144 at Jeremy Mayfield Makes Surprise Call To NASCAR CEO