Tina Angel Rogers-France
Tina Rogers


September 2, 1982 (age 29)

Charlotte, North Carolina

Relationship Status

Married to Dylan France


Charlotte, North Caorlina


Daytona Beach, Florida

Early LifeEdit

Tina is the youngest sister of Mark Rogers, the assistant coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Maria Rogers, a NASCAR broadcaster. Tina, Mark and Maria all lost their parents in a car accident caused by a drunk driver when Mark was 12, Maria was eight and Tina was five. Tina wanted to be a part of NASCAR just like Maria.

NASCAR CareerEdit

Tina made her NASCAR debut in the Truck Series in 2000, driving for Trent Martin Motorsports, where she didn't have a great start to her career as her engine got blown at the Daytona race on the tenth lap of the event. Overall in 2000, Tina had a great year in the Truck series, where her highest finish was a third at Watkins Glen roadcourse.

At the Homestead-Miami race in 2001, Tina had purposefully spun out rookie Summer Keselowski, making her hit the outside wall head-first. After the race, Tina was quoted in saying, "'Summer is just a rookie who just had her big break way early in her seasson. Well, I'm here to tell her a hard-fetl welcome to the Craftsman Truck Series".

Summer and Tina had a season and a half rivarly, where it ended at ORP in 2002 because they were told by NASCAR officials before the race started that they had to make up their differences or otherwise they would be suspended for the rest of the 2012 season.

At the 2007 Truck Series finale, Tina was in the points lead to win the championship, and was leading the whole race until she got spun out by Johnny Benson, making her finish twenty third when the event was over, and she finished second in the championship standings, behind championship winner Mike Skinner.

The day after the race, Tina had been let go from Trent Martin Motorsports as newcomer Jake Masterson was taking her spot in the #85 Truck, marking the end of her racing career.

Tina and her husband Dylan France are planning on debuting a race team 'Rogers-France Motorsports' in the Sprint Cup Series in 2012. It was announced on January 25, 2012 that her and Dylan had signed J.J Yeley to drive their #49 Toytoa for the 2012 Cup season.

Personal LifeEdit

On April 23, 2004, Tina had started a relationship with the CEO of NASCAR Brian France's son Dylan France.

On February 14, 2008 Tina and Dylan had gotten engaged.

On February 14, 2009, Tina and Dylan had gotten married.

On June 24, 2010, Tina had given birth to twins, Bridget and Blair France

Tina is th youngest sister of Mark and Maria Rogers

Twitter AccountEdit

Tina's Twitter account is @TinaFrance99. She uses it to talk to fans of NASCAR and posts updates from time to time.