NASCAR Racing organization works like any other business organizations. Brian France is the CEO of NASCAR and he is the third generation from his family to hold the particular post in the organization. Bill France Jr. is the father of the Brian, who died at an age of 74 in the month of June, 2007. Presently, Mike Helton is the President of the organization. But the most interesting fact about Helton is that he is not from the France family. In the year 1999, Helton became the President of NASCAR Racing. In the same year certain changes were made to increase the security and safety level of the organization as NASCAR witnessed the sudden death of Dale Earnhardt during the final lap of Daytona 500 which was held in 2001. After this particular incident, NASCAR became much cautious and made certain changes to increase the safety for their fans and drivers.