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Ben Kennedy figured the best way to celebrate one of America's signature holidays was by taking one of America's signature passions – NASCAR racing – overseas.
And celebrate he did.
The 20-year-old Kennedy flew to France last week to participate in the Tours 100, the first NASCAR-sanctioned oval race ever held in the NASCAR Euro-Racecar Series. Not only did Kennedy show up to compete, but he won his first career race sanctioned by the organization his great grandfather created.> More
TOURS, France -- As Eric Hélary eyes a transition to NASCAR racing in the United States, he returned to the Euro-Racecar Series Sunday to claim the Evenement 100 and close out the series' historic race weekend.
Hélary took the lead with 20 laps remaining on the .4-mile temporary oval en route to the victory.
Points leader Ander Vilarino (#2 TFT-Banco Santander) finished second and (#100 Still Racing-Convergence) third.
Ben Kennedy, who won Saturday's Michelin 100, was involved in a mid-race accident and finished 14th.> More
TOURS, France -– Ben Kennedy turned a historic first for the Euro-Racecar Series into a historic first for his young racing career.
The 20-year-old Daytona Beach, Fla., driver -- the great-grandson of NASCAR-founder Bill France Sr. -- drove to his first NASCAR victory Saturday afternoon in the Michelin 100 at Tour Speedway in France. It was the first NASCAR-sanctioned oval race in Europe, a monumental step for the European-based touring series in its first year under the NASCAR banner.> More
TOURS, France - The first ever meeting held around a NASCAR oval in Europe began on Friday at Tours Speedway with the various set-up procedures and free practice. Indeed, it has been a busy first day for the EURO-RACECAR NASCAR Touring Series drivers in which history will remember Ander Vilarino and Javier Villa setting the fastest laps.
BLOIS, France – Having ushered in a new era this year, the second half of the 2012 Euro-Racecar season will see another significant first as it stages its first oval race in Europe on July 6-8. Organized in conjunction with the FFSA, the .333-mile Tours Speedway oval that lies at the heart of the Indre-et-Loire city will provide a brand new playground for the competitors.
TOURS, France – Building work is progressing quickly at Tours’ Parc des Expositions a week prior to the running of Europe’s inaugural NASCAR series oval event. Finishing touches are the order of the day for the unique Euro-Racecar circuit set to host this historic event on July 6-8.> More
BLOIS, France – In addition to cameos by America’s Ben Kennedy and Frenchman Eric Hélary, three-time FIA World Touring Car Championship winner Yvan Muller joins the Euro-Racecar Series entry list for the Tours Speedway round set for July 7-8 in what is shaping up to be the European automotive event of the year.
TOURS, France – The Euro-Racecar Series will stage Europe’s first NASCAR-style oval event at the Tours Speedway on July 7-8.
Preparation for the race began some time ago with technical training taking place in the United States and collective testing being conducted on an oval with the support of NASCAR. It is a watershed event for motorsports in Europe.
FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium - Romain Iannetta out-fought championship leader Ander Vilarino to capture the Endurance race of the Euro-Racecar Series' Elite Division Sunday at Spa-Francorchamps.
ENDURANCE ELITE : IANNETTA COMES BACK TO VICTORY LANE
After starting fourth, Iannetta (#25 Orhes Competition) took the lead of the race at the exit of the Raidillon de l’Eau Rouge.> More