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QUERETANA, Mexico – Daniel Suarez edged Hugo Oliveras in a fierce late-race battle to win the Queretana 200 in NASCAR Toyota Series competition at Nuevo Autódromo de Querétaro on Sunday.
It marked the second win of the year and second career series victory for Suarez, who started from the pole position on Sunday. The 20-year-old from Monterrey, Mexico also won in Mexico City on May 12.> More
QUERETARO, Mexico – Daniel Suarez captured the pole position for the Queretana 200 with a fast lap in NASCAR Toyota Series qualifying at Nuevo Autódromo de Querétaro on Saturday.
Suarez of Monterrey, Mexico lapped the 3/4-quarter mile Queretana oval in 29.505 seconds, at an average speed of 91.510 mph. It marks the second pole of the season for the driver of the No. 3 Telcel entry.> More
The NASCAR Toyota Series makes it second visit to Nuevo Autódromo de Querétaro (Mexico) this season for the Queretana 200 on Sunday, Aug. 12.
Following along here for results and on Twitter @NASCARMxOfical and @NASCARHomeTrack for updates along the way.More
SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico – Rafael Martinez finally ended an almost year-long drought from Victory Lane in impressive style.
Ramirez was able to get his No. 18 Canel's/FICREA/LuK Mazda past pole sitter Homero Richards on Lap 250 just before the 12th and final caution flag of the was displayed during the event to set up the final dash for the win.> More
SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico – Homero Richards picked up his second consecutive pole position in the NASCAR Toyota Series after qualifying Saturday at Autódromo Potosino in San Luis Potosí for the Potosina 200.
Richards, a native of Mexico City, got around the oval track at 21.571 seconds (83.445 mph) in his No. 20 NEXTEL Racing/H&H Toyota. It was also a new track record for Richards at the track.> More
AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico - Antonio Perez survived a tough battle in NASCAR Toyota Series action at Oval Aguascalientes on Sunday to win the Aguascalientes 240.
Perez managed to reach Victory Lane despite suffering damage to his No. 1 Telmex Chevrolet on more than one occasion.
He ultimately overcame a spirited battle with Daniel Suarez, as the pair traded the lead 10 times in the second half of the race.> More