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NASCAR Whelen Euro Series To Race In The Netherlands Through 2022
September 3, 2019
The contract extension was agreed upon between NWES President and CEO Jerome Galpin and track owner Harry Maessen following the successful 2019 event on July 13-14.
NASCAR Whelen Euro Series To Race In The Netherlands Through 2022

The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series and Raceway Venray signed a three-year extension to bring the European NASCAR Series to the Netherlands through at least 2022.

The contract extension was agreed upon between NWES President and CEO Jerome Galpin and track owner Harry Maessen following the 2019 event on July 13-14.

“We had some really good races at Raceway Venray this year with cars racing at [over 99 mph] average speed on this [half-mile] high-banked race track. This is totally unique in Europe and our teams and drivers really enjoyed it,” Galpin said. “Adding this unique oval makes the Euro NASCAR one of the biggest challenges in European racing.”

In 2019 Raceway Venray hosted the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for the fourth time and thousands of fans enjoyed pure NASCAR short-track racing at the high-banked half-mile oval.

For more information, visit euronascar.com.

Photo courtesy of NASCAR Whelen Euro Series