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...
t Autodrom Most as lead driver Francesco Sini expressed his frustrations to the Race Control, claiming that the Race Control gave "all the fault" to him on the incident that ultimately led to his disqualification in the second EuroNASCAR PRO race.
Despite the absence of Francesco Sini due to paternity leave, Solaris Motorsport managed to bring home excellent results from American SpeedFest 8 after Alina Loibnegger claimed a victory in the Lady Cup and affiliated driver Pierluigi Veronesi scored a double Top 10 finish at Brands Hatch.
Solaris Motorsport begins their 2021 season on a rather up and down note as a tricky weekend for the No. 12 team of Francesco Sini and Alina Loibnegger wasn't indicative of the team's pace potential that was shown in the allied No. 27 car of Pierluigi Veronesi.
Double V Racing, a new team formed by Pierluigi Veronesi and Francesco Vignali, will be entering the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series with Veronesi acting as an owner-driver as Solaris Motorsport announces that Club Challenge regular Alina Loibnegger will be replacing Nicholas Risitano as their EuroNASCAR 2 driver in 2021.
Solaris Motorsport ends the 2020 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season with their best performance in the series so far as the team claimed fourth place in the Teams Championship at the conclusion of last weekend’s Valencia Super Speedweek.
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 doing some pre-season testing at Autodromo dell’Umbria earlier this week, Solaris Motorsport confirms their plans to race in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series in 2020 on 26 February as they announced that they will be having a technical alliance with fellow Italian squad CAAL Racing for this year’s campaign. The technical alliance deal will … Continue reading Solaris Motorsports Announces Technical Alliance with CAAL Racing for 2020
Naveh Talor, the 17-year old Israeli from Herzliya who currently drives for Solaris Motorsport in the Elite 2 class, has enjoyed a considerably strong racing debut season in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series this year with two Top 10 finishes and a charge from last to 16th place in the second race at Brands Hatch. … Continue reading Naveh Talor in Interview: “I Want to Make Racing my Job!”