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Ferrando Sustains The Pressure

Gian Luca Guiglia, NWES

The first ELITE 2 race of the 2017 NWES season turned out to be a war of attrition, a tight battle in which the slightest mistake meant losing several places under the checkered flag and it was Thomas Ferrando (#37 Knauf Racing Team Ford Mustang) who came out the winner at the end of the 16-lap event with Ulysse Delsaux (#3 RDV Compétition Toyota Camry) finishing second place.

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Garcia Grabs The Checkered Flag

Gian Luca Guiglia, NWES

Borja Garcia (#1 Alex Caffi Motorsports Ford Mustang) was unstoppable in the ELITE 1 season opener at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain. On his home track, the Spaniard led from flag to flag to win his second career NASCAR race and start 2017 on top of the points standings. Garcia also gave former Formula 1 driver Alex Caffi his first win as the Alex Caffi Motorsport Team Owner.

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Garcia Grabs The Pole In Valencia

Gian Luca Guiglia, NWES

Borja Garcia (#1 Alex Caffi Motorsport Ford Mustang) backed up Friday’s fastest practice time with an outstanding 1:39,725 lap in Superpole to take the pole position for the first race of the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season. This is his second career pole and first at his home track.

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Garcia Leads Practice At Home Track

Gian Luca Guiglia, NWES

Hometown favorite Borja Garcia (#1 Alex Caffi Motorsport Ford Mustang) set the fastest lap time across the two practice sessions today in Valencia, Spain for the first event of the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season, while Gianmarco Ercoli (#9 Racers Motorsport Ford Mustang) posted the fastest lap in the ELITE 2 Division.

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Preview: Valencia NASCAR Fest

Gian Luca Guiglia, NWES

28 cars figure in the full season NASCAR Whelen Euro Series entry list for the 2017 season. 15 countries will be represented on the grid, with the first drivers entering NWES from Poland, Luxembourg, Iran, Japan and Venezuela, confirming NWES as a unique stepping stone towards a NASCAR career for drivers coming from all over the world.

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An Amazing NWES Season Is About To Begin!

Gian Luca Guiglia, NWES

The 2017 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season, beginning next weekend in Valencia, Spain with the Valencia NASCAR Fest, promises to be one for the ages. The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series grew into one of the best touring car championships in Europe and the competition has reached an impressive level across both division.

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Endurance And GT Star Bouchut and Polish Talent Dreszer Join NWES !

Team Release

DF1 Racing will field a spectacular and talented mix of drivers in its third season in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series. GT legend Christophe Bouchut will return to NWES to aim at the top step of the podium in the ELITE 1 Division at the wheel of the #66 DF1 Racing Chevrolet, while 20-year-old Maciej Dreszer will look for glory in the ELITE 2 Division and Brazilian Deo Alves will make his debut in the new ELITE Club Division. 

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Renauer Motorsport Announces 2017 Lineup

Team Release

Renauer Motorsport announced today its drivers lineup for what will be the team’s fourth season in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series. The Austrian squad will field a Ford Mustang in all three divisions of the official NASCAR Series in Europe: confirmed drivers Peter Gross and Martin Doubek will pilot the #5 car respectively in the ELITE 1 and in the ELITE 2 division, while  Andreas Kuchelbacher will make his debut in the new ELITE Club Division.

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50th Euro-NASCAR car produced by Team FJ !

Official Release

Eight years after the first car left Team FJ headquarters in Blois, France to launch the first NASCAR Series outside North America, the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series reached an historic milestone on February 15th, 2017 when the 50th car produced by the French manufacturer was delivered to MishuMotors, a new German team based in Wiesbaden joining the NWES grid in 2017.

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NWES Prologue A Resounding Success

Official Release

The 2017 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series held its first ever official Prologue on Friday at the Autodromo di Franciacorta in Italy. Eight teams and over 20 drivers came to Franciacorta to discover the track that will host the NWES Semi Finals on September 16-17 and prepare for the April 8-9 season opener in Valencia, Spain. 

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