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For the season’s second race, the NASCAR Toyota Series makes its way to Autódromo Potosino in San Luis Potosí, Mexico to take on the half-mile oval. Last season, Jorge Goeters edged teammate Rafael Martínez for the win in this event. Practice and qualifying will be on Saturday, April 14 while the Potosino 200 will get underway on Sunday afternoon.> More
MONTERREY, Mexico – Rubén Rovelo won the Regia 200, the NASCAR Toyota Series season opener, on Sunday at Autódromo Monterrey.
Rovelo, out of Mexico City, surrendered the lead to a hard-charging Daniel Suárez on Lap 53, but he stayed close enough to hound the young Suárez for about five laps before Rovelo drove his No. 5 TELMEX Toyota to the inside of Suárez on Lap 60 and eventually beat polesitter Abraham Calderón to the line by 4.930 seconds.> More
MONTERREY, Mexico – Abraham Calderón won the initial NASCAR Toyota Series pole of the 2012 season on Saturday at Autódromo Monterrey in qualifying for the Regia 200.
Calderón, a native of Monterrey, worked his way around the 1.988-mile road course in 69.991 seconds for an average speed of 102.253 mph. It marks his first series career pole.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The three-year reign of Germán Quiroga is over and the NASCAR Toyota Series gets the 2012 season underway on Sunday, March 25 at Autódromo Monterrey in the Regia 200 with a new entitlement sponsor on board and an opportunity for competitors to take the first step toward a championship campaign.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The bright lights of the “World Center of Racing” will shine on the stars of NASCAR’s regional and touring series, as NASCAR announced today Daytona International Speedway will host the inaugural “UNOH Battle At The Beach” on Feb. 18-19, 2013.
The two-days of racing will be headlined by three non-points special events: the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified tours, and the Late Model division of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.> More
MEXICO CITY - In an official ceremony before members of the media at the Banamex Center, located northwest of Mexico City, a presentation was held to officially announce the NASCAR Toyota Series. For the past five years, Toyota has demonstrated interest and commitment to motorsports in Mexico and for the 2012 season the car manufacturer has signed on to become the title sponsor of the stock-car series, marking a significant moment for the NASCAR Mexico organization.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – OCESA announced today the 2012 NASCAR Mexico Series schedule that marks the series’ ninth season overall and sixth under the NASCAR banner.
The slate includes 14 races at eight different tracks and gets underway on Sunday, March 25 on the road course at Monterrey and concludes on Sunday, Nov. 11 in Mexico City.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – With the 2012 race season just around the corner, a final look at 2011 is now available.
For those unable to attend the 2011 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards Banquet and/or NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Series Awards Gala held last December in the Grand Ballroom of the Charlotte (N.C.) Convention Center within the NASCAR Hall of Fame complex, here is an opportunity to view these tremendous events. Or, perhaps, those in attendance would like to relive the many magical moments.> More
Before closing the book on 2011, let’s take a final look back at a few of the top moments for the NASCAR Mexico Series presented by Toyota.
It was a season that ended with a familiar face, but began with a pair of brothers getting fast starts. It was a season with tremendous competition, but a points race that ended rather abruptly. Also, it had a rookie with a strong pedigree and a streaky driver who dominated the summer months.> More