Black Enterprise’s Janell Hazelwood and Kimberly Wilson visited Daytona Beach, Fla., Feb. 23 for the Daytona 500 race, to explore the business and diversity of NASCAR. Here, they are pictured with pit crew professionals, several of which were products of the ‘Drive for Diversity’ program. (Images: Kimberly Wilson/BlackEnterprise.com)
Black Enterprise’s Janell Hazelwood interviewing Marcus Jadotte, vice president of public affairs and multicultural development at NASCAR.
Janell Hazelwood interviews Tes Lee, a pit crew member at NASCAR’s Daytona 500, and product of its ‘Drive for Diversity’ program.
Pit crew professsionals and alumni of NASCAR’s ‘Drive for Diversity’ program.
Race cars that will compete in the Daytona 500 race in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Janell Hazelwood with Alba Colon, NASCAR’s first female engineer.
Janell Hazelwood interviews front tire carrier, Dion Williams, an ex-NFL player and alumnus of NASCAR’s ‘Drive for Diversity’ program
Janell Hazelwood talks with Darian Grubb, pit crew leader, with #11 Toyota Camry Daytona 500 race car
TI and Tameka “Tiny” Harris, stars of VH1’s reality TV hit, “A Family Hustle,” enjoying the Daytona 500 festivities.
Black Enterprise’s Kimberly Wilson with Tiny Harris, of VH1’s “A Family Hustle”
Kimberly Harris and Janell Hazelwood with race car driver Darrell Wallace Jr.
Janell Hazelwood with “A Family Hustle” star Tameka “Tiny” Harris.
Pit crew members prep a race car for the Daytona 500.
Black Enterprise’s Kimberly Wilson experienced 150 mph ride on the Daytona 500 track.