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CONCORD, N.C. – Rev Racing’s Daniel Suárez began the 2014 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season by winning two races in a three-day span. He followed that up with two wins in three NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series events. Now, the Monterrey, Mexico native will face a new challenge: a NASCAR Nationwide Series event.> More
TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Mexico - The high temperatures in Chiapas did nothing to slow down Daniel Suárez on Sunday in NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series action.
Suárez was the first to complete the 200-lap RedCo 240 Km at the Súper Óvalo Chiapas, crossing the line in two hours, 28 minutes and 10.236 seconds on a day when the thermometer eclipsed the 95-degree Fahrenheit mark.> More
TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Mexico - Rubén Pardo was quiet during the first two NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series practice sessions, but made some noise during qualifying.
The driver of the No. 15 Citizens Toyota turned in a fast lap of 25.479 seconds (105.970 mph) around the .75-mile Súper Óvalo Chiapas, good enough for his second pole award of the season and third of his career. Pardo also won the pole at the season-opening event at Phoenix International Raceway.> More
MEXICO CITY, Mexico - The Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, Mexico, is slowly becoming a popular track amongst drivers with no career wins, just ask Luis Felipe Montaño.
The Mexico City, Mexico, native, aboard the No. 87 Aeropostale Toyota completed the scheduled 150 laps of the Mexico 240 in one hour, 47 minutes and 38.522 seconds. It was Montaño's first win in 118 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series races. He debuted with the series on June 6, 2006.> More
MEXICO CITY, Mexico - After opening the season with a scorcher in the Arizona desert, the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series returns south of the border to continue the rest of its 2014 campaign.
The series opened its 11th season, eighth under the NASCAR banner, under the lights at Phoenix International Raceway on Friday, March 28, with Daniel Suárez and the No. 3 TELCEL Toyota Camry winning the Toyota 120 checkered-flag after a last-lap pass of then race-leader Antonio Pérez.> More
AVONDALE, Ariz. – With his winning ways, Daniel Suárez probably should buy a lottery ticket.
Suárez, of Monterrey, Mexico, rebounded from a pit road mistake to win the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series season-opening Toyota 120 Friday night at Phoenix International Raceway.
After starting from the outside pole position, Suárez quickly got around pole sitter Rubén Pardo and held the lead until a Lap 46 stop for fuel when he was nabbed for speeding on pit road. The resulting pass-through penalty put Suárez at the tail of the field.> More
AVONDALE, Ariz. – Rubén Pardo isn’t conceding anything.
Pardo used a record-setting time in NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series qualifying on Friday to knock Daniel Suárez from the top spot and earn a start from the pole position for the season-opening Toyota 120. The Mexico City-based driver got around the one-mile oval in 28.850 seconds for an average speed of 124.783 mph behind the wheel of his No. 15 Citizen/Potosinos Toyota.> More
AVONDALE, Ariz. – Despite the NASCAR season just getting underway, Daniel Suárez is already in mid-season form.
Suárez, a 22-year-old from Monterrey, Mexico, paced the final practice session for the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series on Friday at Phoenix International Raceway as he prepares for the season-opening Toyota 120. He recorded a fast lap of 28.631 seconds for an average speed of 125.738 mph on the one-mile oval and led the way in three of the four practice outings for the series.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — For the past decade, NASCAR and OCESA have established the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series as the national championship for racing in the country.
Tuesday’s announcement establishes the framework for them to build upon that success.
NASCAR and OCESA, a subsidiary of CIE, the leading live entertainment company in Latin America and third biggest live entertainment promoter of the world, have reached a 10-year landmark agreement for the Mexico-based Toyota Series to continue to operate under the NASCAR banner through the 2023 season.> More