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MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- All the action, excitement and intensity of the 2014 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series was on display last night in Mexico City for the series' awards gala at the Plaza Condesa. Drivers of Latin America's most important motorsports series joined sponsors, team owners, series' executives and media members to celebrate the top accomplishments from the recently completed season.> More
PUEBLA, Mexico - Patience and strategy paid off in the long-run for Abraham Calderón.
The 25-year-old from Monterrey, Mexico, finished seventh in Sunday's Ficrea 240 at the Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, to earn his first NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series championship.> More
PUEBLA, Mexico - Two-time Puebla winner Homero Richards led NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series practice before mother nature decided to postpone the rest of the day's activities.
The driver of the No. 20 Axtel/HP/M Racing Toyota led all drivers with a 38.182-second (117.172 mph) trip around the 1.25-mile paved oval at the Autódromo Miguel E. Abed.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The 2014 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series season comes to an exciting conclusion on Sunday at the Autódromo Miguel E. Abed in Puebla, Mexico, and with the top four drivers separated by only eleven points, it's likely to come down to the final lap of the Ficrea 240.> More
TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Mexico - The semi-final race of the 2014 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series gave fans everything they could have hoped for, drama, lead changes, lots of passing and in the end it was Rubén Rovelo who found his way to Victory Lane.
The driver of the No. 28 G3C Racing Team/Gesti Toyota won the rain-shortened RedCo 240 at the Súper Óvalo Chiapas, completing 182 of the scheduled 200 laps. It was the eighth victory in 127 starts for Rovelo and his second of the season.> More
TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Mexico - Antonio Pérez is hoping his fast start in RedCo 240 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series practices carry over to Sunday's penultimate series event.
The 2008 series champion turned in the fastest lap of they day during a rain-shortenerd final practice at the .75-mile semi-banked Súper Óvalo Chiapas. Pérez's 24.996-second lap (108.017 mph) was .106 seconds quicker than Homero Richards' 25.102-second lap (107.561 mph). Rubén Pardo was third quick at 25.134 seconds (107.424 mph), followed by Rubén Rovelo and Luis Felipe Montaño.> More