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Anne & Jerome Galpin and Ulysse Delsaux to represent Euro NASCAR
at the NASCAR Cup Awards in Las Vegas
Euro NASCAR delegation invited to celebrate Joey Logano’s title in the United States
Euro NASCAR is going to Vegas! A NASCAR Whelen Euro Series delegation has been invited to join the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Awards at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on Thursday, November 29th.
NWES President / CEO Jerome Galpin, NWES COO Anne Galpin together with ELITE 2 Division Champion Ulysse Delsaux will fly to Las Vegas, where NASCAR is crowning 2018 Champion Joey Logano in style, burnouts on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip included.
Representing Euro NASCAR at the biggest celebration of the NASCAR season will mark another milestone in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series exponential growth.
“Being part of this great event is huge for the Euro Series! We would like to thank NASCAR as well as the whole International group for this opportunity and the strong willing to grow NASCAR world-wide. This generates more exposure and more opportunities for our drivers and we will keep pushing this way !” said the founder of the European NASCAR Series.
After Las Vegas, celebrations will continue for the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.
On December 7, the NASCAR Hall Of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina will host the traditional Awards ceremony in which 2018 Champion Alon Day will be crowned and ELITE 2 Division Champion Ulysse Delsaux, together with NWES trophies and cups winners, will be rewarded for their successes in another unforgettable Euro NASCAR season.
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NASCAR Whelen Euro Series
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series was founded in 2008 and established the NASCAR official European Series in January 2012 thanks to a long-term partnership signed with NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), Team FJ, a Motorsports company located in Blois, France, and Whelen Engineering as title sponsor of the Series.The season is made up of 24 races, equally split among ELITE 1 and ELITE 2 divisions, on the best European tracks. Euro NASCAR introduced a stunning innovation on July 7-8, 2012 by organizing the first ever NASCAR race on an oval track in Europe on a half-mile speedway built in the downtown of Tours (France). With four races in two days, these 400 HP V8 monsters provide pure racing action and thrilling bumper-to-bumper battles as well as a lot of family fun around the track! In the pure NASCAR tradition, race fans can get closer to the action than ever and feel the unique in Europe paddock atmosphere thanks to drivers, teams and cars always available for the spectators.The series attracts drivers from all over the world, all willing to fight on track for the win and take the first step towards becoming a NASCAR star in the U.S.