Reigning NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Champion Anthony Kumpen will return to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2017 thanks to the Nexteer Road to Daytona program. He benefited from the prize awarded by NWES for his 2016 title to help him building this campaign which will include at least two races at the wheel of the #46 LeasePlan Chevrolet Camaro fielded by Precision Performance Motorsports at Daytona and at Mid-Ohio.> More
Alon Day’s rising star was recognized on Tuesday during an official ceremony in Tel Aviv, Israel in which the two-time NWES Junior Trophy winner and NASCAR Next driver was recognized as Israel’s Athlete Of The Year in the motorsports category.
Israel’s Ministry Of Culture and Sports rewards every year the best athletes in different categories, with olympic sports, paralympic sports and other sports among them. 2016 marked the first year motorsport was included in the selection and Day is the first ever driver to receive the award.> More
On January 21st and 22nd the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series cars will be among the vehicles selected for the first North American edition of the Race Of Champions at the Miami Marlins Park in Miami, Florida.
The NWES car will be featured in the world famous off-season event for the seventh consecutive time thanks to its unique character and the ability to entertain the fans and every kind of driver, from beginners to World Champions.> More
2016 was another season to remember for the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series. The official NASCAR European Series kept growing race after race. The new NWES car granted an unique show on track and the fantastic american-themed atmosphere surrounding NWES event all over Europe brought tens of thousands of fans and families to the track.> More
There was only one goal in Anthony Kumpen’s mind since the end of the 2015 season and it was to win back the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Championship. To mark his name in the Whelen Hall Of Champions at the NASCAR Hall Of Fame and receive the NWES Champion’s ring from Mike Helton once again, the 2014 NWES Champion had to strive for perfection in every single detail all season long and so he did, winning one of the hardest fought battles in NASCAR Whelen Euro Series history.> More
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It was the fourth time Doug Coby took the stage to accept a NASCAR championship ring. As the elder statesman on the stage, the Milford, Connecticut, driver took a moment to reflect.
“It seems like just yesterday I was standing right here giving a speech for my first championship and now here I am for number four,” said 37-year-old from Milford, Connecticut. “But a lot has changed in the five years since my first championship, and in fact it has been a great five years for all of the series champions.”> More
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Anthony Kumpen flew more than 4,000 miles to be part of the NASCAR Champions activities in North Carolina this week. And after 15 laps around the 11-turn, 0.7-mile GoPro Motorplex Thursday, Kumpen walked away with bragging rights by the slimmest of margins.
How narrow? Try .053 seconds.
Kumpen, the two-time NASCAR Whelen Euro Series champion, edged NASCAR K&N Pro East champion Justin Haley by a mere few feet at the finish line to claim the checkered flag of the eighth Champions Karting Challenge.> More
Alberto Cola (#44 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) grabbed the win in the first edition of the Trofeo Angelo Caffi at the end of two nail-biting runs in front of the enthusiast fans that crowded the grandstands of the Area 48 Arena at the Bologna Motor Show. The Monza-native and the other finalist Gianmarco Ercoli (#9 Double-T by Nocentini Ford Mustang) took one round each and the CAAL Racing driver took the win thanks to a .11 seconds advantage. > More