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Relive All The Action From The Nurburgring 200

Official Release

Relive all the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series action from the Nurburgring with four full race replays. The German track hosted the last round of the Euro NASCAR regular season on July 19-20 and both divisions offered the huge crowd close racing and tense action on the twisty 2.255 miles (3.629 kilometers) of the GP-Strecke.

ELITE 1 Saturday Race

Borja Garcia brakes through

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Lauda Finds An Unlikely Home In NASCAR

By David Caraviello,

He may have been raised in Europe as the son of a three-time Formula One champion, but when it came to his own personal preferences, Mathias Lauda always gravitated toward a very different form of racing.

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NASCAR Diversity Awards Celebrate Inclusion

NASCAR Wire Service

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- NASCAR's Seventh Annual Diversity Awards Luncheon on Friday celebrated the present while clearly sending an emphatic message regarding the future of the sport.

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Bo-Dyn Bobsled Project Speeds American Winter Olympic Effort In Sochi

By Paul Schaefer, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR racing imprints are abound on the equipment used by the United States Olympic four-man bobsled team. 

The XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia began Feb. 7, but the four-man bobsled competition is set for Feb. 22-23 at the Sliding Center Sanki, located 37 miles from Sochi in Rzhanaya Polyana.

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PK Carsport Enters Whelen Euro Series

Team Release

BLOIS, France - Another European team with a storied past announced it will join the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for the 2014 season.

PK Carsport will participate with two cars in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series in 2014. Team stalwarts Anthony Kumpen and Bert Longin will enter the Elite championship for the Belgian-based team. 

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Cheever III To Run Whelen Euro Series

Team Release

ORLANDO, Fla. – Eddie Cheever’s racing days began as a young boy in Italy and led him to Victory Lane of the Indianapolis 500. Now his son, Eddie Cheever III, is ready to pursue his dreams.

The 20-year-old aspires to drive in the Daytona 500. And for the second-generation driver who was born and raised in Rome, Italy, the next step to fulfilling that dream is the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.

The younger Cheever announced today that he will run for the Elite Division championship for Italian-based CAAL Racing in 2014.

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Marc VDS Racing Joins Racing Club Partners

Team Release

BLOIS, France – Racing in NASCAR Whelen Euro Series since 2012, the Racing Club Partners team, directed by Franz Dubois, decided to give a new impetus to its program by partnering with renowned Belgian team Marc VDS Racing, owned by Count Marc Van Der Straten. Highlighting this new partnership is the addition of Bas Leinders as driver and Team Principal.

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Renauer Motorsport Joins Whelen Euro

Team Release

BLOIS, France – The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series recently announced the addition of Renauer Motorsport to its growing list of teams competing for the 2014 championship.

With the support of Transbritannia, the team named Austrian Dominic Tiroch as its pilot in the Elite Division, while the Open Division driver will be announced at a later date. The team will field a car for the entire 2014 season and are evaluating a second one to field after the first rounds. 

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Max Papis Racing Enters Whelen Euro Series

Team Release

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Max Papis Racing is proud to announce its presence in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, fielding the No. 99 racecar for the 2014 season.

Italian native Max Papis has a personal connection with the up-and-coming European drivers, “I am extremely proud of this new adventure and I will work in a humble, determined, and efficient way to create a platform to give opportunities to people who have a dream like the one that I had of racing in the United States but didn’t know how to get there from Italy.” 

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Best Of 2013: Whelen Euro Series

By Stéphane Enout, Whelen Euro Series

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Ander Vilariño continues to dominate the NASCAR scene in Europe.

He won the first NASCAR Whelen Euro Series a season ago by leading the point standings from beginning to end. The Spaniard replicated that feat in 2013 to claim his second straight series title. It looked easy on the surface, but a late charge from Frédéric Gabillon made things interesting down the stretch.

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