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SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, Mexico – Antonio Pérez wasn’t the fastest in NASCAR Toyota Series qualifying on Saturday, but nevertheless will start the Potosina 200 from the pole position.
Rubén Rovelo recorded the fastest time at 22.074 seconds for an average speed of 81.543 mph on the half-mile Autódromo Potosino, but the time was disqualified after Rovelo’s car did not pass technical inspection following the qualifying session.> More
AVONDALE, Ariz. – Abraham Calderón picked an historic night to get his first career NASCAR victory.
The 24-year-old from Monterrey, Mexico, took the checkered flag after dominating the Toyota 120 at Phoenix International Raceway on Friday. The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series race marked the first time one of NASCAR’s international series raced in the United States.> More
AVONDALE, Ariz. – Jorge Goeters likes qualifying in inaugural events.
The defending Toyota Series champion won the pole position in qualifying for the Toyota 120 on Friday at Phoenix International Raceway. The race marks the first time one of NASCAR’s international series is competing in the United States. Goeters, a native of Mexico City, also won the NASCAR Nationwide Series pole at the inaugural Mexico City event in 2005.> More
AVONDALE, Ariz. – Homero Richards topped the charts for NASCAR Toyota Series practice for the Toyota 120 on Thursday at Phoenix International Raceway.
Richards, out of Mexico City, recorded a speed of 123.822 mph in final practice for the historic race on the one-mile oval. He is picking up right where he left off after winning the 2012 season finale at Mexico City last November to garner a second-place finish in the championship point standings. Richards has won seven races over the last two seasons.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If “change is the law of life” as President John Kennedy once said, then the NASCAR Toyota Series is toeing the line in 2013.
From where the season starts to how it ends to where some of the top drivers call home are notable changes as a new season dawns for the Mexico-based series.> More
Again this season, NASCAR Home Tracks will feature a video recap of select events.
"Scenes From Daytona" is a look back at the inaugural UNOH Battle At The Beach held Feb. 18-19 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.
The new .4-mile short-track oval at "The World Center of Racing" provided plenty of excitement with last-lap drama determing each of the three races that made up the historic event.
Kyle Larson kicked it off by winning the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model race as he bumped his way past C.E. Falk III. Steve Park followed suit in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race after some contact with Mike Stefanik. In the finale, 16-year-old Cameron Hayley got together with Gray Gaulding before emerging victorious in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series portion of the first-year event.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Starting anew is rare for teenagers, but it paid off for Cameron Hayley.
Hayley, a 16-year-old out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, battled back from an earlier incident and banged fenders with Gray Gaulding in a drag race to the checkered flag to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series race at the UNOH Battle At The Beach on Tuesday night at Daytona International Speedway.
It was the first race with Gene Price Motorsports for Hayley, who picked up his first NASCAR victory and led just one lap on the night – the all-important final one.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A talented young winner in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series has been paired with a two-time Canadian champion, as Bill McAnally Racing brings a two-car effort to the UNOH Battle At The Beach at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 18 and 19.> More