SVP Brooks Expected to Leave NASCAR in May

Daytona Beach, Florida – NASCAR has announced last Monday that NASCAR’s Senior Vice President Paul Brooks, also the president for NASCAR Media Group will be leaving the portals of NASCAR on the 4th of May, 2012.  The reason behind his plan of leaving is to set a time for personal and business interests intended for him and his family as well.
Paul Brooks has served in the NASCAR for nineteen years but his resignation does not mean that he will be totally leaving NASCAR. In fact, he will still continue to serve as a senior adviser to the NASCAR Company in some areas like broadcasting, innovation, and media strategy.
Brooks’ accomplishments in the company are immeasurable. In fact, Brooks has significantly contributed to the great success being enjoyed by the industry for the last couple of decades. His existence in the industry has triggered many people to be prepared in the different areas of the industry and this preparation is for the expansion and for the future growth of the company.
According to Brian France, NASCAR’s chief executive and chairman, the company is so grateful working with Paul Brooks and they are thankful for his years of unstoppable and immeasurable dedication. The company also stresses that they will support every undertaking Brooks has to do and they wish the best of luck to him and to his family as well. Brian France also quoted, “Paul Brooks will be greatly missed in the industry.”
As for Brooks, he mentioned that he has a good list of big interests and ideas which he is meant to explore and this transition that he is about to do in May has been well-planned. He also added that he had a great time working with one of the most respected and most successful American businesses, which mainly focus on professional sports. He even added that he has high respects for NASCAR, to the France family, and to the president of NASCAR, Mike Helton. He said that he believes that NASCAR is positioned to undergo massive growths in the future.
Among the remarkable accomplishments of Brooks for the NASCAR Company include:
– Being in the first team, which developed the long-term consolidation of NASCAR’s TV and media agreements with NBC, FOX, FX, turner, NASCAR TV on Speed, and ABC/ESPN.

– Launched the 24-hour radio channel for on XM satellite for NASCAR radio

– He joined the negotiating team, which brought up Sprint-Nextel as sponsor to the sport thus the birth of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NEXTEL Cup Series.