Former intern Frank Kelleher is now president at Daytona International Speedway

From intern to president, Frank Kelleher has climbed to one of the highest rungs on the Daytona International Speedway ladder.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – From intern to president, Frank Kelleher has climbed to one of the highest rungs on the Daytona International Speedway ladder.

NASCAR named the 38-year-old Ormond Beach resident the track’s new president on April 6. Kelleher takes over for Chip Wile, who will now oversee operations for all 13 of NASCAR’s tracks.

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Kelleher is a veteran of the racing industry and NASCAR. His career began as an intern at Daytona in 2002, which turned into a job offer. He’s been with NASCAR/ISC ever since.

Kelleher also has first-hand knowledge of Daytona’s pavement. A champion go kart racer, he competed at Daytona years ago.


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