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The NASCAR Euro Series starts its 11th season on April 13 in Valencia, Spain with two new names expected to be listed on the entry list joining former NASCAR Cup Series champion Bobby Labonte.
After racing two years in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, Gil Linster wants to become an oval race driver. The Luxembourger will give his US debut in 2019.
Loris Hezemans drew attention to himself in the Pro Late Model Division during the Speedweeks at the New Smyrna Speedway right before the Daytona 500.
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series presented its rule package for the 2019 season, which includes ELITE 1 races being 15 kilometers longer.
After Jacques Villeneuve, the NASCAR Euro Series can once again boast prominent growth in 2019 with another popular name as Ellen Lohr will race for Df1 Racing from Austria.
Formula 1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve will return to racing full-time next year in the NASCAR Euro Series.
Gil Linster plans to travel to the United States and compete in the NASCAR All-American Series next year.
A total of 13 drivers tested a NASCAR Whelen Euro Series car during the first recruitment day in Le Comte, France this week. Among the drivers to make a test last was three-time champion Ander Vilarino.
The NASCAR Euro Series will compete at Autdrom Most for the first time while Raceway Venray returns to the schedule.
The closest NASCAR Whelen Euro Series championship will be decided at Zolder during a doubleheader weekend.
This season’s NASCAR Euro Series playoffs will start at the Hockenheimring in Germany Sept. 15-16.
NASCAR Euro Series driver Justin Kunz will race next weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Frederic Gabillon finishes NASCAR Whelen Euro Series regular season as points leader and he'll next compete in the NASCAR Pinty's Series and visit the Goodwood Festival Of Speed this summer.
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series top team, PK Carsport, revealed its full driver lineup for the 2018 season CAAL racing signing a talented and young driver from Poland.
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series welcomes another new team for the 2018 season.
After testing an ARCA car over the weekend at Daytona, Jerry de Weerdt will attempt first start on a superspeedway next month.
NASCAR Euro driver Jerry de Weerdt is expected to start in the K&N Pro Series race this Saturday at Kern County Raceway Park.