NASCAR K&N Pro Series driver with DGR Crosley talks about finishing second in a photo finish at Irwindale Speedway on Saturday night.
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR Peak Mexico Series champion Ruben Garcia has always had a fondness for Spain.
Now he’ll get his first chance to race there as part of a driver exchange between the Peak Mexico Series and the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.
Daniel Suarez, driver of the #19 ARRIS Toyota, stands by his car during qualifying for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Camping World 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on March 17, 2017 in Avondale, Arizona. Photo – Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images
The start to the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season hasn’t gone the way Daniel Suarez would have hoped.
Pressed into service at NASCAR’s highest level by the abrupt departure of Carl Edwards during the offseason, Suarez crashed out of the Daytona 500 in 29th place and finished 21st and 20th in the subsequent two races at Atlanta and Las Vegas. Continue reading →
Reporters met the 2017 NASCAR Drive for Diversity class in the Daytona media center on Saturday. The class includes Collin Cabre and Chase Cabre, the first siblings ever to participate in the same D4D class; Ruben Garcia Jr., the youngest driver to win the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series championship (in 2015 at age 20); Jay Beasley, the first African-American driver to win a Super late Model race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway bullring; Madeline Crane, who posted 59 top-fives in 82 starts in Legend cars; and Macy Causey, the granddaughter of Diane Teel, the first female driver to compete in what is now the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
The introduction of the 2017 Drive For Diversity class followed a luncheon that featured the presentation of tenth annual NASCAR Diversity Awards. Winners were as follows:
Daniel Suarez—NASCAR Ignition Award.
Jesse Iwuji—NASCAR Diverse Driver Award
Peri Karslioglu—NASCAR Diversity Internship Participant Award
Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)—NASCAR Institution Award
Hallie Deegan—Young racer Award
Smithfield—NASCAR Partner Award
Kenyatta Houston—NASCAR Diverse Crew Member Award
Pocono Raceway—NASCAR Track Award
Patriot Motorsports/Circle Track Racing—NASCAR Team Award
Steve O’Donnell (NASCAR, Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer) and Daniel Suarez (NASCAR XFINITY Series, No. 19 ARRIS Toyota with Joe Gibbs Racing) pose during the NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series announcement at the InterContinental Presidente Hotel in Mexico City on October 18, 2016. Photo – Getty Images
NASCAR announced on Tuesday, a multi-year agreement with Old World Industries (OWI) to make PEAK title sponsor of the NASCAR Mexico Series, which will run a full slate of races in 2017 and ensuing seasons.
The NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series will kick off with an exhibition race on Dec. 3-4 in Mexico City. Its tenth season will begin in 2017 with a full championship schedule that will be announced at a later date. Continue reading →