Ben Kennedy, great-grandson of NASCAR founder Bill France Sr., says he could "possibly" be interested in holding the sport’s top job one day.
Kennedy, who currently serves as the manager of the Camping World Truck Series, was asked Monday by SiriusXM NASCAR Radio host Dave Moody if he would one day aspire to be NASCAR’s chairman and CEO.
"Possibly," Kennedy, 26, said. "I’m just focused on the here and now in the Truck Series and what we can do with that and some of our other initiatives.
"I hope to continue to climb the ladder as I did on the racing side and kind of taking it one step at a time."
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