Phoenix native Latasha Causey has been named the new track president at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Arizona, ahead of this weekend’s NASCAR championship events in the desert. She will officially assume her new role on Monday, November 28. The longtime community development executive will become the first female Black track president in NASCAR history and
Julie Giese got into the racing industry due to shear determination and no quit. From Watkins Glen to Daytona and now Phoenix, Julie has been part of some tremendous tracks and work within NASCAR and racing in general. Find out how she got to become one of only a few female track presidents in the
Phoenix Raceway is going to host the NASCAR Championship in the year 2023. The championship races for the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and ARCA Menards Series West.
Julie Giese went from growing up on a dairy farm to becoming track president of Phoenix Raceway… and it only took a handful of rejection letters and a passion for racing to get there.
Phoenix-area professional automotive service and repair technicians are invited to attend a two-day advanced automotive repair training course from SERVICE-EDU, April 29-30 at the Universal Technical Institute (UTI) campus at 10695 W Pierce St. in Avondale, Arizona. Registration is $49 per person.