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The 2018 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series calendar was unveiled today and features 12 rounds in six American-themed NASCAR GP on the best European tracks cementing Euro NASCAR’s position among the best touring car series outside North America.> More
Fresh of his second Legend Trophy title in the NASCAR Whelen Whelen Euro Series, Jerry De Weerdt will become the 16th NWES driver to compete in NASCAR in the US today by making his debut in the final race of the K&N Pro Series West at Kern County Raceway Park, California.> More
With 28 cars and over 60 top level drivers to represent 21 different countries, racing on some of the best European tracks, the official European NASCAR Series is already one of the most successful touring car championships in motorsports, but is far from having reached its maximum potential.> More
In the short span of one corner, Guillaume Deflandre (#46 Racing Total Chevrolet SS) turned what was a solid return to the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series into a resounding win leading the ELITE 2 Final 2 under the checkered flag to win the first NWES race for himself and his German team Racing Total.> More
It was an eventful and exciting Elite 2 Final at Circuit Zolder. Thomas Ferrando (#37 Knauf Racing Ford Mustang) grabbed the win by holding off Guillaume Dumarey (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) in a green-white-checkered finish to clinch the 2017 ELITE 2 title.More
With a fastest lap of 1:38.776 around the four kilometers of Circuit Zolder, Alon Day (#54 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) opened the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Finals weekend leading practice in the ELITE 1 Division, while Guillaume Dumarey (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) dominated in the ELITE 2 Division on his home track.> More
In what was his first ever NASCAR weekend, Italian Hillclimb and GT veteran Denny Zardo (#2 Alex Caffi Motorsport Toyota Camry) won his maiden race in impressive fashion for Alex Caffi Motorsport, preceding Saturday’s winner Thomas Ferrando (#37 Knauf Racing Team Ford Mustang), who further reinforced his points lead heading into final event of the 2017 season.
After Saturday’s misfortune – he was involved in a late contact while battling for a place on the podium – Zardo was all smiles in Victory Lane.> More
Thomas Ferrando (#37 Knauf Racing Team Ford Mustang) was unstoppable in the first ELITE 2 Semi Final at the Autodromo di Franciacorta and won his third consecutive race, the sixth of the season, closing in on Stienes Longin’s record of 8 wins and further consolidating his points lead.
Ferrando took the lead from polesitter Ulysse Delsaux (#3 RDV Compétition Ford Mustang) after a fierce battle on lap 9 and mastered two restarts to take the checkered flag 1.5 seconds ahead of Nicki Petersen (#33 Mishumotors Chevrolet SS).> More