Thomas Ferrando (#37 Knauf Racing Team Ford Mustang) closed the ELITE 2 Regular Season with a sweep at the iconic Hockenheimring in the first edition of the American FanFest. The Knauf Racing driver led flag-to-flag in the ELITE 2 Round 8 and sustained the pressure brought by a hard-charging Ulysse Delsaux (#3 Tepac RDV Compétition Toyota Camry) to score his fifth win of the season and a record-tying ninth career ELITE 2 Win.> More
French racer, Thomas Ferrando (#37 Knauf Racing Ford Mustang) showed thousands of race fans just how determined he is to win this season’s ELITE 2 Championship pulling off a stunning win in the seventh round of the regular season race at the legendary Hockenheimring in Baden-Wurtenberg, Germany.
The Frenchman took home his fourth win of the season and ninth of his NASCAR career, jumping to second in the record books for all-time winningest drivers in the ELITE 2 Division.> More
Borja Garcia (#7 Racers Motorsport Ford Mustang) grabbed the checkered flag in the first ever NASCAR Whelen Euro Series at the legendary Hockenheimring leading flag to flag in a tight battle for the lead with reigning Champion Anthony Kumpen (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS). The Racers Motorsport Driver won for the fourth time this year and the fifth in his NASCAR career.> More
Alon Day (#54 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) stormed to a spectacular pole position in the inaugural American Fan Fest at the iconic Hockenheimring in the ELITE 1 Division, while Ulysse Delsaux (#3 Tepac RDV Compétition Toyota Camry) took first place in a nail biting ELITE 2 Division Superpole session.> More
Alfredo Cardoso (#95 Dog Racing Ford Mustang) grabbed the second checkered flag of his NASCAR racing career at the legendary Hockenheimring in the inaugural season of the Series' ELITE Club Division. The Brazilian pulled consistent lap times throughout the two race session, outperforming a twelve-car field of eager contenders vying for a prestigious podium finish and reinforcing his points lead. Cardoso went into the NASCAR record books earlier this season becoming the first ELITE Club winner in the inaugural season’s opener at Circuit Valencia, Spain.> More
Alon Day (#54 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) was the quickest NASCAR Whelen Euro Series driver in practice to open the inaugural American Fan Fest weekend at the Hockenheimring, while Eric De Doncker (#98 Motorsport 98 Ford Mustang) posted the fastest time in the ELITE 2 Division.> More
This weekend the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series is heading to Germany and the legendary Hockenheimring for the first in its history to close the regular season with the first edition of the American Fan Fest, a brand new and exciting American-themed event that will delight the German Fans and set up the final rush for the European NASCAR crown.> More
Borja Garcia (#7 Racers Motorsports Ford Mustang) put on a dominating performance to score his first career win on an oval track in the ELITE 1 Round 6 at Raceway Venray. The Spaniard led the last round of the Dutch weekend from flag to flag to score his third win of the season and extended his lead in the points standings ahead of the final race of the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series regular season.
As soon as the green flag dropped, Garcia pulled away to build a solid lead and mastered a restart on lap 20 to give Racers Motorsports their first ever ELITE 1 win.> More
It was a Brazilian samba party in the ELITE 2 Round 6 at Raceway Venray. Rookie Felipe Rabello (#56 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) claimed back to back wins in his oval racing debut by beating his fellow countryman Marconi De Abreu (#47 RDV Competition Toyota Camry) to the checkered flag in the last ELITE 2 race of the Raceway Venray weekend for the first ever Brazilian 1-2 finish in NASCAR Whelen Euro Series history.> More
Felipe Rabello (#56 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) led just two laps in the ELITE 2 Round 5 at Raceway Venray, but they were the most important ones: the last two of the Green-White-Checkered finish that gave him his first ever NASCAR win as a rookie in his oval racing debut.> More