Alberto Panebianco promises to make a return in the next round at Autodrom Most after a scary crash in the NASCAR GP Italy at Autodromo Vallelunga left him with a broken finger, which the Italian is currently recovering during the summer break after receiving a surgery to heal the wounds.
As the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series field continues their preparation for the second half of the season, we take a look back and picked four "winners" and "losers" from the first half of the 2021 season based on how well their season have transpired in their first six races of the year...
Not Only Motorsport announces that the team will be expanding into a three-car team in 2021 with the addition of the No. 91 Camaro that will accompany the No. 89 and No. 90 cars that have been announced previously.
Last weekend's news saw the father-son duo of Michael and Sebastiaan Bleekemolen, Igor Romanov, Nicolò Gabossi, Simona Lenci, Gordon Barnes, and Andreas Kuchelbacher all announcing their return to the series in 2021 as DF1 made the surprise decision to switch Justin Kunz into EuroNASCAR 2 for a better chance of claiming the drivers and teams title.
The 2020 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season will not start until at least late June due to the postponements of the first two rounds as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but on March the series have announced that 33 entries from 16 teams have signed up on the provisional Entry List for the 2020 … Continue reading Breaking Down the 2020 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Provisional Entry List
After months of speculation, Italian team Not Only Motorsport has officially announced their plans to compete full-time in the 2020 season with the No. 89 team.
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series continues to attract the attention of racing fans around the world, and this year is going to be no exception following the announcement that Jacques Villeneuve’s junior formula academy team FEED Racing and ex-K&N West star Julia Landauer will be competing in the series this year. Outside of the roster … Continue reading 2020 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Silly Season – Late January Round-Up