Start Line to Finish Line
NASCAR is a leading destination for technology and innovation. And Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota are at the heart of it all.
Michigan International Speedway and NASCAR hosted an hour-long, two-part panel discussion, starting with engineers from Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota and how they apply research, development and technology to cars and race cars. The second panel saw NASCAR drivers and executives from Michigan International Speedway and NASCAR discuss how they energize its fan base through innovative and technological initiatives that drive fan engagement.
WHEN: 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 15 during the North American International Auto Show
SOCIAL: Follow the conversation on Twitter using #NASCARTechTalk
|PANEL 1:||Gene Stefanyshyn||Vice President, Innovation and Racing Development, NASCAR|
|David Wilson||President, Toyota Racing Development, Toyota|
|Jim Campbell||U.S. Vice President of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports, Chevrolet|
|Jamie Allison||Director, Ford Racing, Ford Motor Company|
|PANEL 2:||Roger Curtis||President, Michigan International Speedway|
|Gene Stefanyshyn||Vice President, Innovation and Racing Development, NASCAR|
|Kim Brink||Vice President, Marketing, NASCAR|
|Michael Waltrip||NASCAR driver/team owner of Michael Waltrip Racing, Toyota|
|David Ragan||driver of the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports Ford|
|Ryan Newman||driver of the No. 31 Quicken Loans Chevrolet, Richard Childress Racing|