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The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, formerly known as the Racecar Euro Series, was formed in 2008 to bring the concept of American stock cars racing to continental Europe. NASCAR's official recognition came in January 2012, when the series' organizers, Team FJ, signed a long-term relationship with Whelen Engineering as the series title sponsor. 


The NASCAR euro season consists of seven rounds held on the most outstanding European tracks, totaling 28 races split evenly between the EuroNASCAR PRO and EuroNASCAR 2 (AM) championships. Over 400 HP V8 beasts give genuine racing excitement and exhilarating bumper-to-bumper fights with four races in two days. The NASCAR euro series draws drivers from all over the world who are eager to compete for the win and take the first step toward becoming a NASCAR star in the United States. The NASCAR European series is one of three NASCAR-sanctioned international series.

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