The NASCAR GP Czech Republic at Autodrom Most delivered as a chaotic weekend in EuroNASCAR PRO gave Sebastiaan Bleekemolen his first EuroNASCAR career win on Saturday race while Alon Day took the spoils on Sunday.
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...
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.
Another notable name has officially announced their participation in the 2020 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series as Team Bleekemolen announced yesterday that they will be returning to the grid this year. Both Sebastiaan and Michael Bleekemolen will be returning behind the wheel of the team’s Ford Mustang for a second season in Europe’s premier stock car … Continue reading Team Bleekemolen Announces Return, Aims for Podium Finishes in 2020
Edit made by World of EuroNASCAR As we wait for the start of the 2019 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Playoffs at Hockenheim in September, we’re going to take a look at how the season have panned out for our 2019 Elite 1 Rookie of the Year contenders. This will be the first part of a … Continue reading 2019 Mid-Season Review – The “Rookies” of Elite 1