NHRA Insider Podcast: Paying The Cost To Be The Boss – An Exclusive Conversation With NHRA President Glenn Cromwell


NHRA Insider Podcast: Paying The Cost To Be The Boss – An Exclusive Conversation With NHRA President Glenn Cromwell

NHRA President Glen Cromwell joins Brian Lohnes on this episode of the NHRA Insider to talk leadership in tumultuous times, decision making, the people who helped him form his love and dedication to drag racing, and the necessary moves being made for the health and longevity of the NHRA drag racing world. This is an honest and enlightening personal conversation with the man who some would say is the most powerful person in drag racing.

There are some really interesting insights and stories in this episode and it is especially interesting to hear Cromwell talk about COVID-19, how the NHRA has dealt with it, and what the rest of the 2020 season looks like. We’ll talk about the people behind the scenes at NHRA making decisions about scheduling and other things.

This is a time in history and a situation the likes of which no leader of the NHRA has ever faced or tried to navigate. Glenn Cromwell is in one of the most unique positions of any motorsport leader on Earth and his words and interesting to hear. Listen up!

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One thought on “NHRA Insider Podcast: Paying The Cost To Be The Boss – An Exclusive Conversation With NHRA President Glenn Cromwell

  1. Mark Watkins

    One of NHRA’s curious traits, since Wally handed the keys of the nonprofit over to Dallas Gardner has been the reluctance of management to appear in public. Wally was everywhere in his day and he left no doubt as to who was calling shots, like or not. Today, decisions filter out of the mothership and it is up to Reinhart, Lohnes or Costello to sell them to us cranky old veterans of the golden age. In the world of organizations, if the top management won’t engage, a vacuum ensues and others will tell the story, and often it is not the story the shy bosses want to be told.

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