The 2023 edition of NASCAR GP Czech Republic will be rescheduled to 26-27 August 2023, as announced by NASCAR Whelen Euro Series in their official release earlier today.

A calendar shake-up for the 2023 season is set to be happening after NASCAR Whelen Euro Series announced that the 2023 edition of NASCAR GP Czech Republic will be rescheduled to 26-27 August 2023.

The event, which attracted 35,400 fans to visit Autodrom Most for the 2022 edition of EuroNASCAR’s first round in Central Europe, was initially scheduled to be held on 3-4 September 2023.

Despite this date change, NASCAR GP Czech Republic will keep its spot as the round that marks EuroNASCAR’s return to action after the summer break. 

Sebastiaan Bleekemolen and Alon Day are the defending winners of the race in the EuroNASCAR PRO class, while Alberto Naska will act as the sole defending winner of the event in EuroNASCAR 2 after the Italian swept both races on this year’s running.

The 2023 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season is scheduled to visit 8 tracks, with six of them hosting the championship rounds. The season is due to start on 4-5 March at Finland’s Rovaniemi for the Arctic Ice Race exhibition event, NASCAR’s first event on an icy surface.

The championship proper will start on 6-7 May for the traditional season opening round, the Valencia NASCAR Fest at Circuit Ricardo Tormo. Brands Hatch will be hosting the tenth edition of American SpeedFest on 17-18 June before the series moved to Vallelunga for the third round of the season on 8-9 July.

Most, as mentioned above, will host the fourth round of the season on the now-rescheduled date of 26-27 August. Germany will be returning to the calendar on 23-24 September with EuroNASCAR’s first race at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben before the championship ends with the EuroNASCAR Finals at Circuit Zolder on 14-15 October.

Croatia’s Automotodrom Grobnik, the site of this year’s EuroNASCAR Finals, will host the second exhibition event at a currently unannounced date.

Disclaimer: Unless noted on the photo, all photos used in this article are courtesy of NASCAR Whelen Euro Series / Bart Dehaese / Klemen Sofric.

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