The 28 Season Entries Assigned To 12 Different Teams From 6 Countries
Daytona Beach, FLA - It was a busy winter for the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series organization due to huge interest surrounding the official European NASCAR Series, one of the most thrilling, competitive and cost-effective in the Old Continent. Paired with the excitement for the new spectacular 2016 car, this makes the series one of the most attractive in Europe.
“We are on the way for another great season!” declared Jerome Galpin. “Year after year, day after day, the Series is growing. We are the solution for all those who love real racing, with great cars, close competition and a lot of fun! NWES is certainly one of the best, cost-effective series in Europe, with affordable budgets for drivers, a worldwide exposure, lots of fans attending the events, true career perspectives for every kind of driver and a huge support from one of best organization and most revered names in motorsports : NASCAR.”
The list of teams that registered Entries for the 2016 EuroNASCAR season, all preparing their brand new 2016 NWES cars for the April 23-24 season opener in Valencia, Spain includes 12 organizations from 6 countries:
Brass Racing (Belgium)
CAAL Racing (Italy)
Dexwet Renauer Team (Austria)
DF1 Racing (Austria)
Double-T by MRT Nocentini (Italy)
Knauf Racing Team (France)
Motorsport 98 (Belgium)
PK Carsport (Belgium)
RDV Compétition (France)
SPV Racing (Spain)
Team Maessen (Netherlands)
Vict Motorsport (Italy)
Some of the entries will be on a partial schedule and other teams will join on selected events, while there also are new teams finalizing their plans to enter late season events and gain the necessary experience to take on the full schedule in 2017.
The preliminary season drivers entry list will be announced next week, as the teams complete their lineups for the third edition of the Valencia NASCAR Fest where the thrilling battle for titles and trophies will begin, a wave of bright talents will begin moving up the ranks and new young drivers will take their first turns in in their NASCAR careers.