Big Machine Records CEO Scott Borchetta is in “stable” after receiving a “hit” during a race car accident… nearly four years after the controversial sale of Taylor Swift’s music catalog
- The Borchetta race car ran off the track in the Trans AM2 Series in Georgia on Sunday
- The 60-year-old music company executive was hospitalized after the accident
- He sold his label poorly with all of Taylor Swift’s early albums
Big Machine Records CEO Scott Borchetta is now in a “stable condition” after crashing his race car on Sunday in the Trans AM2 Series in Georgia.
The 60-year-old executive, who sold his infamous label — and Taylor Swift’s first major recordings — to Scooter Braun in 2019, was recovering after the gruesome crash, which occurred during the 24th lap around the track, according to the motorsports website. TobyChristie.com.
‘I can tell you (Scott) is fine. He’s conscious, and he’s been talking to his team, but he’s on his way to the hospital,” said commentators who announced the race shortly after the crash, according to the sit-down. It was a huge blow, but I am happy to say that he is now in good care and is being transported to hospital. This is the latest.
And on Monday, the Borchetta label confirmed the crash, saying he was “taken to hospital to assess his injuries and is currently in stable condition.”
“We ask that everyone respect the privacy of the Borchetta family during this time,” she added in a statement.
Big Machine Records CEO Scott Borchetta, 60, is now in a “stable condition” after crashing his race car Sunday in the Trans AM2 Series in Georgia; Seen in 2019 in Nashville
Bad Blood: Borchetta Infamously sold Taylor Swift’s master recordings to Scooter Braun. She later claimed that he prevented her from buying it herself prior to the controversial sale; Seen with Swift in 2011 in Nashville
The Trans Am Series also released a statement from President John Claggett and PMH CEO Tony Parrilla about the Borchetta accident wishing him a “speedy recovery”.
“Scott is a passionate and talented competitor, and his dedication to Trans Am is demonstrated through his involvement as a team owner, driver and partner,” the statement reads, adding that the safety of Trans Am series drivers was its number one priority. “.
She concluded, “We are deeply grateful to the safety and medical staff at the racetrack, as well as the staff at the local hospital who provided excellent care.”
Dangerous: The CEO, who sold his trademark — and master recordings to Taylor Swift — to Scooter Braun in 2019, has been recovering after the frightening crash, which occurred during the 24th lap around the track, according to motorsports site TobyChristie.com; Seen in 2019 in Nashville
Best wishes: The Trans Am Series also released a statement from President John Claggett and PMH CEO Tony Parrilla about the Borchetta accident who wished him a ‘speedy recovery’.