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Neme'chek' The Facts:
 
  • John Hunter Nemechek and the No. 4 Berry’s Manufacturing team head to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the opening race in the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs 44 points above the cutoff line for advancing to the Championship 4 at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway. Nemechek accumulated 49 playoff points in the regular season and added an additional playoff point during the Round of 10 with his stage win at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.
 
  • Nemechek was able to hold off KBM team owner Kyle Busch over the final seven laps earlier this season at Las Vegas to score his first victory of 2021. He led a race-high 94 laps of the 134-lap event. Overall, in seven Truck Series starts at the Nevada track, the 24-year-old driver has one win, two top-five and three top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 14.9. In the Xfinity Series, he has finished inside the top 10 in both of his starts, including a second-place finish in March of 2019. In Cup Series action, he has an average finish of 22.0 in his two starts at the 1.5-mile venue.
 
  • The second-generation driver has put together a remarkable season thus far in his first season driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM). In addition to leading the circuit in race wins (five) and stage wins (10), he leads the Truck Series in top fives (11), top 10s (14), fastest laps run (270), driver rating (115.5), average running position (5.954) and average finish (7.3). Nemechek registered his fifth Truck Series win of 2021 June 26 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. The talented wheelman was able to beat KBM owner-driver Kyle Busch head-to-head for the third time this season. Nemechek also bested his boss at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway in March and at Richmond (Va.) Raceway in April. Busch finished second to his pupil in all three of those events. Additionally, Nemechek has produced victories at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
 
  • The Toyota Racing driver is competing in the Camping World Truck Series playoffs for the third time in his career. He finished eighth in the championship standings for his family-owned team, NEMCO Motorsports, in 2016 and 2017. He qualified for the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs in 2019 and finished the final standings in the seventh position.
 
  • Nemechek is an 11-time winner in Camping World Truck Series action, winning at least one race each season from 2015 to 2018 for his family-owned team, NEMCO Motorsports, and returning to victory lane this year with KBM.
 
  •  Eric Phillips returned to KBM to lead the No. 4 team this season. Phillips led the No. 18 team at KBM in its debut season in 2010 and helped build the organization into one of the premier teams in all of NASCAR before departing at the end of the 2014 season. Under his guidance, the No. 18 team won eight races in its inaugural campaign and became the first team in Truck Series history to capture an owner’s championship in its first season of competition. In 2014, the Illinois native led the No. 51 team to an owner’s championship and his team’s 10 wins spearheaded KBM to a single-season Truck Series record of 14 wins. His 42 career Truck Series victories make him the winningest crew chief in Truck Series history, with 32 of those coming while at KBM. At Las Vegas, Phillip’s drivers have collected two wins, two top-five and seven top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 11.4 across 10 starts. He won with Nemechek earlier this year and with Erik Jones in the fall of 2014.
 
 
 
John Hunter Nemechek, Driver Q&A:
 
Does winning at Las Vegas earlier this year make you optimistic that you can do it again this weekend?
“For sure, playoff race, first race of the Round of 8, so we’re looking forward to going back to Las Vegas. We won there in the spring and had a really fast Toyota Tundra. Hopefully, we’ll have the same this weekend. There are a lot of great trucks. A lot of guys have stepped up their game and brought some really fast trucks to the race track the past couple weeks. Hopefully, we have our Toyota Tundra dialed in and we can get to victory lane and lock ourselves into that final four for Phoenix at the end of the year.”
 
Do the track conditions at Las Vegas stay consistent from the spring race to the fall race?
I really don’t think that Vegas stays that consistent. Yes, the weather is consistent, but at the same time I feel like it’s the end of summer, you do get hotter temps this time of year, the sun has been baking on the race track all summer long, compared to it being winter – even though it doesn’t get super cold out there. I definitely think that the conditions are going to be a little bit different. I feel like the fall race is a little bit different than the spring race. Hopefully, we went back to the right notebook and took some notes and made the right adjustments to our setup for Friday night.”
 
How will you approach the Round of 8?
“This round for us if we can go win Vegas and lock ourselves in, that would be amazing. Then, you don’t have to worry about the wildcard of Talladega and the cutoff race at Martinsville. All in all, if we can’t win Vegas, then we definitely want to point our way in and get a great starting position for Talladega and Martinsville. I feel with the playoff points that we have currently, we are in a pretty good position. We just have to go out there an execute and maximize stage points all day to maximize our end result.”
 
 
John Hunter Nemechek Career Highlights:
 
  • Eleven-time winner in Camping World Truck Series action, winning at least one race each season from 2015 to 2018 for his family-owned team, NEMCO Motorsports. Across 120 career starts in NASCAR’s third division, has compiled two poles, 1,135 laps led, 39 top-five and 64 top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 12.3.
  • Qualified for the Camping World Truck Series playoffs in each of his two full-time seasons, finishing eighth in the championship standings in both 2016 and 2017.
  • Produced three top-10 finishes and an average result of 22.4 while competing for rookie of the year honors in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020. He recorded a career-best eighth-place finish twice, both coming at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, earned the Sunoco Rookie of the Race award four times and finished 23rd in the championship standings.
  • Across 53 career XFINITY Series starts, has totaled one win (Kansas Speedway, 10/20/18), one pole, 225 laps led, 13 top-five and 31 top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 11.8. 
 
John Hunter Nemechek's No. 4 Mobil 1 Tundra:
 
KBM-56: The No. 4 Berry’s Manufacturing team will unload KBM-56 for Friday’s race at Las Vegas. Nemechek piloted this Tundra to his fifth victory of the season earlier this year at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., in its lone start this season. 
 
KBM Notes of Interest:
 
 

KBM PR

The Motor Racing Network (MRN) and TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold will broadcast the nation’s biggest, richest and most prestigious NASCAR Late Model Stock Car race, ValleyStar Credit Union 300 on Saturday, Sept. 25.

“As the best late model stock car racers compete at Martinsville Speedway, we are proud to welcome the Motor Racing Network and TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold to broadcast the ValleyStar Credit Union 300,” said Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell. “The amazing at-track experience will only be enhanced with ‘The Voice of NASCAR’ on MRN and TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold calling the intense flag-to-flag action under the lights.”

On MRN, veteran announcers Alex Hayden and Steve Post will call the action from the booth with Dave Moody in the turns and Hannah Newhouse providing inside analysis and pit reporting. MRN’s broadcast coverage will start at 6:30 p.m. ET. The broadcast will be available on participating affiliates as well as MRN’s digital platforms.

“Late models under the lights at Martinsville have become a tradition for all of us at the Motor Racing Network,” said Chris Schwartz, President of Motor Racing Network. “And we are so excited to provide the soundtrack as the best local racers from around the country compete for the prestigious Martinsville grandfather clock and the biggest payout in NASCAR Late Model Stock Car racing!”

The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 is available to TrackPass users with either the NASCAR Roots package ($2.99/month) or the TrackPass: All Access pass ($4.99), which includes all live events from Progressive American Flat Track, ARCA Menards Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Pinty’s Series and IMSA.

The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 is NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious Late Model Stock Car Race, paying a total purse of more than $110,000 with the winner receiving $32,000 and the coveted Martinsville grandfather clock. Peyton Sellers, the 2021 NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series champion, will compete with Bubba Pollard, Bobby McCarty, Timothy Peters, and other late model stars, along with Rajah Caruth making his event debut, in an impressive ValleyStar Credit Union 300 field.

On Saturday, Sept. 25, the Fan Garage/Pit Experience (i.e. driver autograph session) will be free to all fans with a ticket from 12:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Heat races will begin at 3:00 p.m. Pre-race festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. with the 200-lap feature ValleyStar Credit Union 300 starting at 7 p.m. The race will have three segments: 75 laps, 75 laps and 50 laps. Stage 1 and Stage 2 winners will each receive $1,000.

Practice for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 begins on Friday, Sept. 24 at 2 p.m. with qualifying for the pole position starting at 8 p.m. with the top qualifier pocketing an extra $5,000 courtesy of Martinsville Speedway. The Campbell Family Foundation will host a fireworks extravaganza following qualifying. Tickets are just $5 for Friday’s practice and qualifying sessions with kids 12-and-under are free.

ValleyStar Credit Union 300 race tickets are just $30 for adults with kids 12-and-under are free and available for purchase today via phone at 877-RACE-TIX or online at martinsvillespeedway.com

NASCAR PR

Powersports enthusiasts and potential riders of all ages and skill levels will converge on Texas Motor Speedway Oct. 1-3 for the Progressive® IMS Outdoors Texas to create a festival-like atmosphere and exciting hands-on experiences unique to No Limits, Texas.
 
 The Progressive® IMS Outdoors is an evolution of the Progressive® International Motorcycle Shows® tour’s nearly 40-year history that not only transitions IMS from the traditional convention center setup to a new open outdoor experience, but also promotes enthusiasts of all ages and levels to come together to better engage with products, each other, and the industry.
 
The event opens Friday, Oct. 1 from 1 - 6:30 p.m., continues Saturday, Oct. 2 from 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. and wraps up Sunday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Adult tickets start at $20 and kids under 12 are free. Click HERE to purchase tickets online.
 
Attendees can look forward to seeing hundreds of the latest street bikes, dirt bikes, cruisers, scooters, ATVs and much more from leading manufacturers familiar to the shows such as Indian Motorcycles, Royal Enfield, Yamaha Motorcycles, Zero Motorcycles, and Harley-Davidson, which will be showcasing its new 2021 Pan America 1250, as well as first-time exhibiting manufacturers like Beta Motorcycles.
 
Attendees will also be able to interact with leading brands in the electric mobility space, including Giant Bicycles and FLX Bike, which will be exhibiting its exciting e-bike line as well as electric skateboards from Miles Board.
 
The tour will also welcome back a number of returning tour-wide exhibiting brands including Arai, Cycle Gear, Enginehawk, Explorify Rentals & Tours, HJC, J&P Cycles, LiquiMoly, Michelin, National Cycle Inc., Ruroc Helmets, Yuasa, among others. Attendees can look forward to the latest in rider products and keen hands-on opportunities for enthusiasts of all experience levels at each venue.
 
The balance of the 2021 Progressive IMS Outdoors venues in calendar order are: • James E. Ward Agriculture Center (Lebanon, TN - October 8-10) • SUN n’ FUN Campus (Lakeland, FL - October 15-17) • Georgia International Horse Park (Conyers, GA - October 29-31)
 
The Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 weekend begins Saturday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. CT with the 200-lap Andy’s Frozen Custard 335, the fourth race of the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs. The green flag to start the 334-lap Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500, the seventh race of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs, is scheduled to wave Sunday, Oct. 17, shortly after 1 p.m. CT.
 
Tickets for the Oct. 16-17 NASCAR Cup Series Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 weekend are on sale now at http://www.texasmotorspeedway.com.
 
Season tickets and camping for Texas Motor Speedway’s 2022 major event season are on sale now. Save up to 40 percent versus buying individual tickets, take advantage of interest-free monthly payments, get the best seat selection and more. All-new reduced rates are available for the GEICO Infield, GEICO VIP and WinStar World Casino & Resort Lone Star Circle camping areas. Click HERE for more information on and to purchase season tickets.
 
MORE INFO:
Keep track of all of Texas Motor Speedway’s 25th Season of Speed by following on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Keep up with all the latest news and information on the speedway website and TMS mobile app.\
 
TMS PR
Todd Gilliland and his No. 38 Speedco Ford F-150 team want to play the spoiler role as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competes at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway this Friday night.
 
Gilliland, who is no longer in the championship hunt, looks to continue competing for wins and top-five finishes through the remainder of the 2021 season as he knows that his No. 38 Speedco team will be a factor in all four of the remaining NASCAR Truck Series races.
 
 
 
“I think we'll be a threat at Las Vegas and the rest of the season," said Gilliland. "We're still racing for an owners championship and getting as high in the points as possible. We're still going to be competitive and plan on racing with the guys that are still in the championship hunt. Our Speedco team has had a great season, but it's not over it. We still have work to do."
 
Gilliland heads into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with six previous starts. He has three Top-10 finishes with a best result of fifth.
 
Friday night's NASCAR Truck Series race will be televised live on FS1 at 9:00 p.m. ET.

FRM PR

Sheldon Creed, No. 2 LiftKits4Less Chevrolet Silverado

Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats

- NCWTS Starts: 5, Top 5s: 2, Top 10s: 4, Best start: 2nd, Best finish: 2nd (Sept. 2020)

2021 NCWTS Season Stats

- Starts: 18, Wins: 3 (Darlington I, II, & Gateway), Top 5s: 8, Top 10s: 9, Poles: 2 (Darlington II, Bristol II), Stage wins: 6, Laps led: 596

- Sponsor spotlight: LiftKits4Less returns this week to feature on Sheldon Creed's No. 2 Silverado. LiftKits4Less will sponsor Creed for the remainder of the season all the way through the finale in Phoenix.

- Chassis history/info: Creed and the No. 2 team will utilize chassis no. 338 at Las Vegas. This is a brand new Chevy Silverado that will debut during the first race of the Round of 8.

- Moving on up: Last week, it was announced that Sheldon Creed will be moving up to compete full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2022 with Richard Childress Racing. With just four races left to go this season, the 2020 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion would love nothing more than to deliver another championship to the GMS Racing organization.

- #Back2Back: After a dominant opening to the Round of 10 with two victories and 433 laps led out of 510 total laps, Creed and the No. 2 LiftKits4Less team have cemented themselves as one of the favorites for the championship battle. Sheldon enters Las Vegas with a twenty point gap to the Playoffs cutline after the reset, and looks to continue to build momentum throughout the next three races.

- Quote: "I'm looking forward to opening up the Round of 8 on a mile-and-a-half this weekend at Las Vegas. My No. 2 LiftKits4Less crew has been putting in so much effort to make sure that we have fast trucks week in and week out, and I think we have a real chance to show what we are capable on all types of tracks as we near the end of the season."

 

Zane Smith, No. 21 Allegiant Chevrolet Silverado

Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats

- NXS Starts: 1, Best start: 6th, Best finish: 24th (March 2019)

- NCWTS Starts: 3, Top 10s: 3, Best start: 7th, Best finish: 6th (twice)

2021 NCWTS Season Stats

- Starts: 18, Top 5s: 1, Top 10s: 12, Stage wins: 3, Best start: 2nd, Best finish: 4th (Nashville), Laps led: 66

- Sponsor spotlight: Allegiant joins Zane Smith for the first time this season on Friday night. Notably, Las Vegas is home to the corporate headquarters of Allegiant, and is also home to GMS Racing team owner, Maury Gallagher.

- Chassis history/info: Smith and the No. 21 team will utilize chassis no. 339 on the 20-degree intermediate track. This is a brand new sister chassis to the No. 2 Silverado and will debut in the first race of the Round of 8.

- #21in21: Zane Smith was able to overcome early adversity through the first three races of the Playoffs and advance through to the Round of 8 by a mere two points in the series' most recent race at Bristol. As the trucks head to Las Vegas to start the next three races, Smith and the No. 21 GMS Racing team look to capitalize on the points reset which has them above the cutline by three points.

- Quote: "I think that we have a big opportunity in front of ourselves with the Round of 8. Most people counted our No. 21 team out early, but that's when we're able to rally back the hardest. Las Vegas has always been a really fun track for me, and it's always great to head out west to see some close friends and family. I'm ready to prove that we are here to contend for this championship."

 

Chase Purdy, No. 23 Bama Buggies Chevrolet Silverado

Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats

- NCWTS Starts: 2, Best start: 16th, Best finish: 23rd (March 2021)

2021 NCWTS Season Stats

- Starts: 17, Top 10s: 1, Best start: 4th, Best finish: 6th (Gateway), Laps led: 4

- Sponsor spotlight: Bama Buggies returns this week to feature on Chase Purdy's No. 23 Silverado.

- Chassis history/info: Purdy and the No. 23 team will utilize chassis no. 321 in Sin City. This weekend will be the fifth time that this specific chassis has raced at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where it has a best finish of seventh in 2019. The chassis started on pole a year ago with Brett Moffitt behind the wheel.

- Gaining Ground: Despite coming home with a disappointing finish at Bristol Motor Speedway last Thursday, Chase Purdy continues to close in on competitor Tanner Gray in the points standings. Currently, Purdy sits only twenty four points behind 18th place in his NCWTS rookie season.

- Quote: "I'm pumped to go back to Vegas this weekend because I really feel like my No. 23 crew and I will bring a lot of speed here. I’ve gotten a lot better since we last raced on a mile-and-a-half and have learned so much over the course of the season. We've got some work to do starting towards the back but I believe we will make it a solid day for us."

 

Jack Wood, No. 24 Martin Auto Color Chevrolet Silverado

Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats

- Jack Wood will make his first start ever at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday

2021 NCWTS Season Stats

- Starts: 8, Top 10s: 1, Best start: 2nd, Best finish: 10th (Gateway), Laps led: 1

- Sponsor spotlight: Martin Auto Color joins Jack Wood for the first time this season at Las Vegas. The automotive paint distributor operates out of 24 locations in California and two in Nevada, and have been in business for over twenty years.

- Chassis history/info: Wood and the No. 24 crew will utilize chassis no. 308 in the Las Vegas desert. This Silverado was most recently driven by 2020 NASCAR Cup Series champion Chase Elliott at Texas Motor Speedway earlier this season, where it finished in 2nd place.

- Back in the Seat: 21-year-old Jack Wood returns to the driver's seat of the No. 24 Silverado after stepping aside for Doug Coby to make his NCWTS debut last time out at Bristol Motor Speedway. Wood, who was announced as GMS Racing's first confirmed full-time driver in 2022, will run the final four races of the season for the team starting at Las Vegas.

- Quote: "I’m really excited to get back on an intermediate race track this weekend. I feel that I take well to that style of racing and look forward to seeing what we are able to bring to the table. Having Martin Auto Color jump onboard our 24 GMS Racing Chevrolet is a great feeling, and I'm looking to deliver them a good finish this Friday night in Las Vegas."

 

Tyler Ankrum, No. 26 LiUNA! Chevrolet Silverado

Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats

- NCWTS Starts: 4, Top 10s: 1, Best start: 2nd, Best finish: 10th (Sept. 2020)

2021 NCWTS Season Stats

- Starts: 18, Top 5s: 3, Top 10s: 5, Poles: 1 (COTA), Best finish: 3rd (twice), Laps led: 12

- Sponsor spotlight: LiUNA! returns this week to feature on Tyler Ankrum's No. 26 Silverado.

- Chassis history: Ankrum and his No. 26 crew will utilize chassis no. 335 for the Victoria's Voice Foundation 200 at Las Vegas. This chassis raced three times this season with teammate Sheldon Creed, and led 33 laps at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May, but Friday night will be Ankrum's first race with it.

- West Coast Kid Returns Out West: Though four of the five of the GMS Racing drivers call the West Coast home, Tyler Ankrum grew up closest to Las Vegas. Ankrum, who hails from San Bernardino, CA, was born just about three hours from the track, thus labeling it his home track on the Camping World Truck Series schedule. A good amount of TA's family and friends will be at the track cheering driver No. 26 on.

- Quote: "I'm excited to return to Las Vegas this weekend. Vegas' fall race is always a hot one, we spread way out as the track slows down so we're able to run two, sometimes even three wide. There shouldn't be too much wind throwing us around out there, so we should have some great pack racing for the fans."

GMS PR

Even though Ty Gibbs is scheduled to make just his 15th career NASCAR Xfinity Series start in Saturday’s Alsco Uniforms 302 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, he’ll hope to kick off a championship run in the series, albeit a different kind of championship.

 

While the Xfinity Series playoffs for the driver title begins this weekend at Las Vegas, Gibbs will kick off the final seven-race stretch of the season with the No. 54 team very much in the hunt for the owner title. He’s shared the car this season with Joe Gibbs Racing’s (JGR) Cup Series regulars Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr., and Christopher Bell, along with Cup Series veteran Ty Dillon, who joined the team for a handful of early season races. The No. 54 team arrives at Las Vegas third in the owner standings, 16 points behind the leading No. 16 car for Kaulig Racing.

 

Adding to the excitement for Gibbs this weekend is another chance to drive the No. 54 Supra featuring the colors of Interstate Batteries, as JGR’s founding sponsor returns for the second time this year with the next generation of the Gibbs family behind the wheel after he drove it during Throwback Weekend at Darlington back in May. For JGR and Interstate Batteries, this weekend continues the 2021 celebration of their 30th anniversary together.

 

In addition to the Cup Series history of Interstate Batteries, the soon-to-be 19-year-old Gibbs has joined several other drivers who have made Xfinity Series starts for JGR’s founding partner, including Busch, Hamlin, Mark Martin, Matt Kenseth, Erik Jones, Elliott Sadler, and Daniel Suarez.

 

While it’s only the 15th Xfinity Series race of the season for Gibbs, the start of his career has been impressive, to say the least. He won in his very first start on the Daytona road course back in February, then backed it up with a runner-up finish in his second start at Phoenix Raceway. Two more victories would come this season for the young driver – at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway in May and last month at Watkins Glen (N.Y) International.

 

While Gibbs is set to compete in 18 total Xfinity Series races in 2021, he is competing fulltime in the ARCA Menards Series, where he is first in points and has won at Phoenix, Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Toledo (Ohio) Speedway, Charlotte, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Iowa Speedway in Newton, Winchester (Ind.) Speedway, Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, The Milwaukee Mile, and Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. His 10 ARCA wins are just two short of Tim Steele’s modern-era single-season record of 12 wins in 1997. Gibbs has 18 ARCA victories in all and is tied for 14th on the all-time series wins list with Ken Schrader.

 

So as Gibbs heads west to Las Vegas for the first time, he’ll not only focus on trying to get his Interstate Batteries Toyota Supra to victory lane for the fourth time, he’ll look to kick off the team’s playoff-within-the-playoffs run in style with JGR’s founding partner riding along.

 

TSC PR

The first Top5 of the season has arrived for Francesco Sini in Croatia, at the end of a tricky weekend. Sini conquered a solid fifth position in the fourth NASCAR Whelen Euro Series event of the 2021 season. In the EuroNASCAR 2 Division Alina Loibnegger conquered the lead of the Lady Trophy ranking, while Pierluigi Veronesi had a really though weekend but he was able to end very close to the Top10.

After having showed several times during the season a very competitive potential, Francesco Sini has been able to achieve the full performance status of his Camaro in the second race of the weekend, thanks to a full attack race since the start. Tenth on the starting grid, the Pescara native driver took advantage of a - finally - clean race with neither contacts or technical issues, to climb position after position with grit and determination, ending under the checkered flag in sixth position. The already good result was improved after the race, due a penalty given to another driver. The first Top5 of the season for the Italian driver in the very competitive field of EuroNASCAR PRO division arrived at the end of a challenging weekend, where the #12 Camaro prepared by the Solaris Motorsport’s mechanics has improved its lap times session by session.
 
In the EuroNASCAR 2 Division was Alina Loibnegger to take the maximum  advantage from the weekend. The young Austrian driver took two Lady Cup wins in a really challenging racetrack and, thanks to these results, she took also the lead in the female special standings, when only two events missing at the end of the season.   

Really troubled weekend for Pierluigi Veronesi who, after a very difficult qualifying session, was forced for a stop in the Saturday race. The driver of the  #27 Mustang by Double V Racing found a partial revenge  in the Sunday Race 2, ending the race really close to the Top10.

October the 9th and 10th will mark the end of the EuroNASCAR regular season on the historic Zolder Circuit, prologue of the 2021 Finals hosted in Vallelunga at the end of October with double points races.

Solaris Motorsport PR

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