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Toyota Series Announces New TV Partnership

Official Release

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series, the most important motorsport championship in Mexico and Latin America, announced recently an exclusive partnership with FOX SPORTS 3 to broadcast the remaining races on the 2014 calendar. 

The series has indicated that this alliance is in line with the series’ overall communication strategy of increasing the exposure of the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series and its partners across Mexico, the United States and Latin America. 

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NMTS Returns To Querétaro

OCESA

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series announced today a change in venue for the the ninth event on the series calendar.

The race that was originally scheduled to take place at El Dorado Speedway in Chihuahua on August 2, 3, will now be held in the city of Querétaro at the Autódromo del Ecocentro de la Unión Ganadera. It will be the second event held at the .75-mile oval this year and 20th overall visit for the series.

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García Jr. Returns To Nationwide Series

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - Rubén García Jr. is focused on gaining as much NASCAR national series experience as he can.

The 18-year-old NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series regular announced that he will return to the NASCAR Nationwide series on Friday, June 27 to participate in the John R. Elliott Hero Campaign 300 presented by Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over at Kentucky Speedway. García Jr. will run with the Rick Ware Racing Team in what will be his third start with the series.

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Suárez Triumphs At Mexico City

By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR

MEXICO CITY – Daniel Suárez won the Mexico 240 on Sunday in NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series action at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.  

The native of Monterrey, Mexico was able to hold off Abraham Calderón for his fourth win of the season and first since April 27 at his home track, Autódromo Monterrey. It was the NASCAR Next alum’s ninth series career win and third at the one-mile oval in the nation’s capital. His career win total is good for eighth on the series’ all-time list. Rogelio López, who finished 20th, tops the list with 22 Toyota Series wins.

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Full House Headed To Hermanos Rodríguez

By John Tejeda, NASCAR

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - A chance to run at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez has always been an attractive proposition for NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series drivers, which could be why 38 drivers will attempt to qualify for 36 spots ahead of Sunday's México 240.

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Pardo Comes From Behind In Querétaro

By John Tejeda, NASCAR

QUERÉTARO, Mexico - Rubén Pardo once again proved that you should never count a racing veteran out. 

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QUALIFYING: Tovar Wins First Pole

By John Tejeda, NASCAR

QUERÉTARO, Mexico – The 2013 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series Rookie of the Year added yet another accolade to his growing resume.

Santiago Tovar won his first pole award in qualifying for Sunday's Queretana 200 at the Autódromo del Ecocentro de la Unión Ganadera. The 20-year-old from Mexico City, Mexico, turned in a fast lap 29.054 seconds around the .75-mile paved oval, good for an average speed of 92.930 mph. The driver of the No. 22 Escuderia Tame Toyota becomes the second youngest pole winner in series history, a mark set by Rubén Garcia Jr. in 2013. 

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PRACTICE: Suárez Fastest In Querétaro

By John Tejeda, NASCAR

QUERÉTARO, Mexico – After a top-10 finish in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West combination event last weekend in Iowa Speedway, Daniel Suárez headed to his native Mexico this weekend and topped the speed chart in NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series final practice on Saturday for the Queretana 200 at the Autódromo del Ecocentro de la Unión Ganadera. 

The NASCAR Drive for Diversity driver and NASCAR Next alum out of Monterrey, Mexico, clicked off a 29.341 lap for an average speed of 92.021 mph on the .75-mile track.  

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Sights Set On The Queretana 200

OCESA

MEXICO CITY, Mexico - The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series heads to the Autódromo del Ecocentro de la Unión Ganadera in Querétaro, Mexico, this weekend for the Queretana 200. 

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Car No. 6 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series Team

Official Release

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series announced today the No. 6 team has been penalized as a result of rules violations committed Sunday, May 11 at the Súper Óvalo Potosino in San Luis Potosí. 

The team was found to be in violation of Sections 31.2.1 (rear axle); 29.9 (lower arm of the front right suspension); 31.2.3 (minimum/maximum weight); and 25.3 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) of the 2014 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series rule book. The violations were discovered during post-race inspection on May 11.

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