Thirteen NASCAR Whelen Euro Series drivers are flying to Charlotte, North Carolina to take part in a series of activities in the heart of NASCAR that will culminate in the NASCAR Night Of Champions Touring Awards on Saturday, December 10 at the NASCAR Hall Of Fame.> More
NASCAR announced today the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series calendar, with six top European circuits hosting the excitement of NASCAR racing at some of Europe’s most prestigious and historic tracks.
The schedule will take the series to six countries, with twelve rounds of racing for its ELITE Division 1 and ELITE Division 2. Each event will be highlighted by four NASCAR Whelen Euro Series races: Two for the ELITE 1 Division and two for the ELITE 2 Division.> More
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series will race in Germany in early July 2017 with a spectacular American-themed event at the world-famous Hockenheimring. EuroNASCAR and the German track signed an agreement on a multi-year base to bring to German fans a unique “Made In The USA” weekend.> More
The October 8-9 final event of the 2016 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season at Circuit Zolder left an indelible mark in EuroNASCAR’s history with a huge success, the result of a unique mix of exciting door-to-door action on track, a one-of-a-kind Grand Marshal in NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon and spectacular american-themed trackside attractions.> More
In a dramatic last race of the 2016 season, Anthony Kumpen (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) was crowned NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Champion for the second time in his career while Frederic Gabillon (#3 Tepac RDV Compétition Ford Mustang) won his fourth race of the season, ending up just 9 points behind the Belgian in the final points standings.> More
After a dramatic 24th place in Saturday’s race, Stienes Longin (#11 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) erased every doubt about the final result of the ELITE 2 Division Championship by leading every lap of the final race of the season and capping a record-setting 2016 campaign with his 8th win to claim the 2016 ELITE 2 Championship title.> More
Gabriele Gardel (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) took the win by leading flag to flag in a tight ELITE 2 Final 1 at Circuit Zolder. The Swiss won for the second time this year after taking the first Semi Final race at Adria, Italy in September that suddenly propelled him back into title contention, cutting Stienes Longin’s (#11 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) lead to 26 points as the Belgian experienced technical troubles on the grid finishing 24th .> More
Anthony Kumpen (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) grabbed his fifth win of the season – the seventh ih his NASCAR career – on his home track by conquering the first race of the American Festival Circuit Zolder NASCAR Finals. After a good start from second place, the Belgian took advantage of an early contact between polesitter Alon Day (#54 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS) and Frederic Gabillon (#3 Tepac RDV Compétition Ford Mustang) to take the lead and maintain it until the checkered flag. Kumpen won by 8 tenths of a second on a charging Gabillon, who completed a spectacular comeback.> More
The nail-biting battle for the ELITE 1 pole position went to Alon Day (#54 CAAL Racing Chevrolet SS), who edged points-leader Anthony Kumpen (#24 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) by a mere 14 one-thousandths of a second, while Stienes Longin (#11 PK Carsport Chevrolet SS) dominated the ELITE 2 Superpole en route to his third pole of the season.
Both the Israeli and the Belgian won this season’s Race And Win Pole Award and will reiceve an exclusive Race And Win Chronograph at the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards at the NASCAR Hall Of Fame in Charlotte, USA on December 10.> More