Locations of the circuits that hosted a NASCAR Whelen Euro Series race in 2022
Alon Day won his record breaking fourth NASCAR Whelen Euro Series title in 2022.

The 2022 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series is the fourteenth Racecar Euro Series season, and the tenth under the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series branding. The season began on 14 May with the NASCAR GP Spain at Circuit Ricardo Tormo and ended on 30 October with the EuroNASCAR Finals at Automotodrom Grobnik.

Alon Day became the first driver to be crowned champion for four times after he clinched the title in the final round at Rijeka. Day scored five race wins, the most of any driver in the EuroNASCAR PRO class. Swedish driver Alexander Graff finished second after scoring his maiden victory at Brands Hatch while Gianmarco Ercoli finished third after scoring three victories. Nicolò Rocca, Sebastiaan Bleekemolen and Patrick Lemarié scored a victory each at Valencia, Most, and Rijeka respectively with Lemarié's victory making him the oldest race winner in the EuroNASCAR PRO class at the age of 54 years old.[1]

Defending series champion Loris Hezemans did not defend his title as he moved to the NASCAR Cup Series to compete part-time with Team Hezeberg, but his younger brother Liam Hezemans was crowned as the EuroNASCAR 2 champion on his debut season after scoring six race victories and nine podium finishes. Italian driver Alberto Fontana, better known as the YouTube content creator Alberto Naska, finished 9 points behind Liam in second place after scoring five victories and nine podium finishes on his debut season in stock car racing. Cypriot driver Vladimiros Tziortzis finished third in the standings and is the only other race winner of the season, having won the season opening race at Valencia.

Hendriks Motorsport won the Team's Championship for four years in a row after the team's No. 50 car finished on top with 836 points while Hendriks' second team, the No. 7 car, finished second with 779 points. Finishing 10 points behind Hendriks' No. 7 car is PK Carsport's No. 24 team and Team Bleekemolen's No. 69 team, who finished the year with 769 points on their respective tallies. PK Carsport won the tiebreaker for third by virtue of better finishing results, having scored five victories compared to Team Bleekemolen's one.

Teams and drivers

NASCAR Whelen Euro Series released a provisional 37-car entry list for the teams participating on 25 March 2022.[2]

EuroNASCAR PRO

Team No. Body Style Race Driver Rounds
Italy Academy Motorsport[3] 1 Ford Mustang Greece Thomas Krasonis[4][5] 1–4
2 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 1
Ford Mustang 5
Italy Federico Monti[6][7] All
5 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 France Patrick Lemarié[6] All
France RDV Competition[8] 3 Chevrolet Camaro France Frédéric Gabillon[8] All
France Panasport[7] 4 Chevrolet Camaro France Yannick Panagiotis[7] 1
Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport-MOMO[9] 7 Ford Mustang Czech Republic Martin Doubek[10] All
50 Ford Mustang 3
Toyota Camry 3
Germany Tobias Dauenhauer[11] 1
Netherlands Liam Hezemans[12][13] 2–6
Italy Racers Motorsport[14][15] 8 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Dario Caso[16] 1–4, 6[N 1]
9 Italy Dario Caso[17] 3[N 1]
47 Italy Leonardo Colavita[18] 1–2
Belgium PK Carsport[19] 11 Chevrolet Camaro Belgium Pol van Pollaert[20] 5
24 Israel Alon Day[19] 1–4, 6
Belgium Anthony Kumpen[21][20] 5
France SpeedHouse 14 Chevrolet Camaro 3
Ford Mustang 3
Belgium Marc Goossens[22][23] All
33 Ford Mustang Italy Cosimo Barberini[24][2][25] All
40 Norway Eyvind Brynildsen[2][26] 2
United Kingdom Alex Sedgwick[27] 3
Israel Alon Day[20][28] 5
64 Chevrolet Camaro 3
Ford Mustang 3
Sweden Alexander Graff[29][23][30][7] All
Italy MK1 Racing Italia[31][N 2] 16 Shadow DNM8 1
Ford Mustang 5
Italy Claudio Remigio Cappelli[32] All
17 Shadow DNM8 Italy Bernardo Manfrè[7] 1–2
Switzerland Race Art Technology[33] 18 Toyota Camry Switzerland Giorgio Maggi[33] All
Netherlands Team Bleekemolen[34][35][36] 23 Ford Mustang Finland Henri Tuomaala[36] All
44 Finland Jonne Rautjärvi [fi][37][36] All[N 3]
69 Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen[35] All
72 Chevrolet Camaro Finland Ian Eric Wadén[38] 1–2
Finland Jonne Rautjärvi [fi][17] 3[N 3]
France Thomas Dombrowski[20] 5
Italy Not Only Motorsport 25 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Paolo Maria Silvestrini[2][7] 1
Italy Nicolò Gabossi[27][39] 3–4[N 4]
Italy Vittorio Ghirelli[17] 3[N 4]
36 Ford Mustang Italy Vittorio Ghirelli[40] 1–2, 4–6
89 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Davide Dallara[41][42] 1–2, 4
Italy Vittorio Ghirelli[43] 3[N 4]
90 Italy Nicolò Gabossi[42] 1–2
Italy Davide Dallara[43] 3
Italy Double V Racing[44][45] 27 Ford Mustang Italy Stefano Attianese[27][20] 3
United Arab Emirates Buggyra ZM Racing[46][N 5] 29 Ford Mustang United Arab Emirates Aliyyah Koloc[46] 1–4
38 Lithuania Gustas Grinbergas[7] 1
Germany Marko Stipp Motorsport 46 Chevrolet Camaro France Romain Iannetta[47][48] All
48 Ukraine Yevgen Sokolovskiy[49] 1–5
Germany Mike David Ortmann[50] 6
Italy Double T by MK1 Racing[51] 47 Chevrolet Camaro France Thomas Ferrando[27] 3
Italy Leonardo Colavita[39] 4–6
Italy The Club Motorsport[52] 55 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Fabrizio Armetta[52] All
65 Italy Riccardo Romagnoli[53][7] All
Italy CAAL Racing 54 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Gianmarco Ercoli[2][54] All
56 Italy Nicolò Rocca[55][56][57][58] All
88 Italy Max Lanza[59] All
Switzerland Racingfuel Motorsport[60] 58 Chevrolet Camaro Germany Lucas Luhr[61] 1
Switzerland Christoph Lenz[26][20] 2–3, 5–6
94 Switzerland Bruno Staub[7] 1
Austria Constantin Kletzer[26] 2
Switzerland Yann Zimmer[39] 4
Switzerland Remo Lips[20] 5
Japan Team Japan NEEDS24[62] 74 Toyota Camry Japan Kenko Miura[62] 5

EuroNASCAR 2

Team No. Body Style Race Driver Rounds
Italy Academy Motorsport[3] 1 Ford Mustang Italy Andrea Tronconi[6][63] 1
Lithuania Kasparas Vingilis[26] 2–4
2 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 1
Ford Mustang 3
Lithuania Kasparas Vingilis[64][20] 1, 5–6
Italy Arianna Casoli 2[N 6]
5 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis[66] All
France RDV Competition[8] 3 Chevrolet Camaro France Ulysse Delsaux[7] All
France Panasport[7] 4 Chevrolet Camaro France Yannick Panagiotis[7] 1
Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport-MOMO[9] 7 Ford Mustang Czech Republic Martin Doubek[10] All
50 Ford Mustang 3
Toyota Camry 3
Netherlands Liam Hezemans[11] All
Italy Racers Motorsport[14][15] 8 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Paolo Valeri[16] 1–4, 6
9 Italy Dario Caso[27] 3–4, 6
47 Italy Leonardo Colavita[14][15] 1–2
Belgium PK Carsport[19] 11 Chevrolet Camaro Slovakia Christian Malcharek[20] 5
24 Slovakia Christian Malcharek[7] 1–4, 6
France SpeedHouse 14 Chevrolet Camaro 3
Ford Mustang 3
Italy Arianna Casoli[22] All[N 6]
33 Ford Mustang France Paul Jouffreau[29][2][24] All
40 Germany Matthias Hauer[2][67] 1–2, 4–5
France Néo Lambert[2][67] 3, 6
64 Chevrolet Camaro 3
Ford Mustang 3
France Eric Quintal[29] All
Italy MK1 Racing Italia[31][N 2] 16 Shadow DNM8 1
Ford Mustang 2
Italy Alfredo de Matteo[32] 1
Italy Claudio Remigio Cappelli[27] 3, 6
17 Shadow DNM8 Italy Francesco Garisto 1–2
Switzerland Race Art Technology[33] 18 Toyota Camry Italy Claudio Remigio Cappelli[26] 2, 4–5
Switzerland Thomas Toffel[50] 6
Netherlands Team Bleekemolen[34][35][36] 23 Ford Mustang Finland Leevi Lintukanto 1
Finland Tuomas Pöntinen[68] 2–6
44 Finland Janne Koikkalainen[36] 1–5
69 Netherlands Melvin de Groot[35] 1–3, 5–6
Netherlands Michael Bleekemolen[39] 4
72 Chevrolet Camaro Netherlands Michael Bleekemolen[35] 1–3, 5–6
Italy Not Only Motorsport 25 Chevrolet Camaro Austria Alina Loibnegger[69][70] 1[N 7]
Italy Paolo Maria Silvestrini[27] 3
36 Serbia Zoran Kastratović[50] 6
89 Italy Alberto Panebianco[71] 1–3
90 India Advait Deodhar[71] 1–3
Italy Double V Racing[44][45] 27 Ford Mustang Austria Patrick Schober[72][45] All
United Arab Emirates Buggyra ZM Racing[46][N 5] 29 Ford Mustang United Arab Emirates Aliyyah Koloc[46] 1–4
38 United Arab Emirates Yasmeen Koloc[46][73] 1[N 8]
France Téo Calvet[74][75] 1[N 8]
Germany Marko Stipp Motorsport 46 Chevrolet Camaro Portugal Miguel Gomes[76] All
48 Ukraine Yevgen Sokolovskiy[49] 1–5
Germany Hugo Sasse[50] 6
Italy Double T by MK1 Racing[51] 47 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Leonardo Colavita[51][27] 3–6
Italy The Club Motorsport[52] 55 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Roberto Benedetti[7] 3[N 9]
65 Italy Roberto Benedetti[7] All[N 9]
Italy CAAL Racing 54 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Luli del Castello[2][54] All
56 Luxembourg Gil Linster[77] All
88 Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana[78] All
Switzerland Racingfuel Motorsport[60] 58 Chevrolet Camaro Switzerland Christoph Lenz[79][61][20] 1, 5–6
United Kingdom Matthew Ellis[26] 2–3
94 Switzerland Roger Mettler[61] 1[N 7]
Austria Alina Loibnegger[75][26] All[N 7]
Japan Team Japan NEEDS24[62] 74 Toyota Camry Japan Kenko Miura[20] 5

EuroNASCAR Club Challenge

Team No. Body Style Race Driver Rounds
Italy Academy Motorsport[3] 2 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 1
Ford Mustang 3
Italy Federico Monti[6] 1–4
5 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis[20] 4
Belgium PK Carsport[20] 11 Chevrolet Camaro Slovakia Christian Malcharek[20] 4
24 Belgium Anthony Kumpen[20] 4
France SpeedHouse 14 Chevrolet Camaro 1
Ford Mustang 2
Italy Arianna Casoli[27] 2–4
33 Ford Mustang France Paul Jouffreau[7] 1–3
40 France Néo Lambert[67][7] 1–3
64 Chevrolet Camaro 2
Ford Mustang 2
France Eric Quintal[7] 1–3
Switzerland Race Art Technology 18 Toyota Camry Switzerland Giorgio Maggi[20] 4
Italy Not Only Motorsport 25 Chevrolet Camaro Austria Julian Vanheelen[7] 1, 3
36 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli[20] 4
89 Norway Eyvind Brynildsen[7] 1
Italy Double V Racing 27 Ford Mustang Austria Julian Vanheelen[20] 4
United Arab Emirates Buggyra ZM Racing 38 Ford Mustang Czech Republic Josef Machacek[7] 1
Germany Marko Stipp Motorsport 46 Chevrolet Camaro Austria Andreas Kuchelbacher[80][48] 1–4
48 United Kingdom Gordon Barnes[81][48] 1–4
Italy CAAL Racing[20] 54 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Luli del Castello[20] 4
88 Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana[20] 4
Italy The Club Motorsport[20] 55 Chevrolet Camaro Italy Fabrizio Armetta[20] 4
65 Italy Roberto Benedetti[20] 4
Netherlands Team Bleekemolen[27] 72 Chevrolet Camaro France Thomas Dombrowski[27] 2, 4
Switzerland Racingfuel Motorsport 58 Chevrolet Camaro Switzerland Christoph Lenz[7] 1–2
Austria Maximilian Mason[20] 4
94 Switzerland Roger Mettler[7] 1
Switzerland Mato Matosevic[27] 2
Japan Team Japan NEEDS24[20] 74 Toyota Camry Japan Kenko Miura[20] 4
Notes
  1. ^ a b Dario Caso was originally entered in the No. 8 car for Vallelunga, but switched to the No. 9 car for the Sunday EuroNASCAR PRO race.
  2. ^ a b This is the team name entered in the championship. The team is listed as MK1 Racing – RaceArt Technology in the Entry List.
  3. ^ a b Jonne Rautjärvi was originally entered in the No. 44 car for Vallelunga, but a crash involving teammate Janne Koikkalainen in the EuroNASCAR 2 Qualifying damaged the No. 44 beyond repair for the rest of the round. Rautjärvi was subsequently transferred to the No. 72 car for the Sunday EuroNASCAR PRO race.
  4. ^ a b c Nicolò Gabossi was originally entered in the No. 25 car for Vallelunga while Vittorio Ghirelli was entered in the No. 89 car. However, a crash involving Alberto Panebianco in the Saturday EuroNASCAR 2 race meant that the No. 89 car was damaged beyond repair for the rest of the week. Gabossi's entry was subsequently withdrawn while Ghirelli was transferred to the No. 25 car for the Sunday EuroNASCAR PRO race.
  5. ^ a b This is the team name entered in the championship. The team entered as Buggyra ZM – MFT Racing for Brands Hatch.
  6. ^ a b Arianna Casoli initially competed with SpeedHouse's No. 14 team at Brands Hatch, but the team was forced to not start the Sunday races due to chassis and suspension damage that can't be repaired during race week. A deal with Academy Motorsport allowed Casoli to drive the No. 2 car for the Sunday EuroNASCAR 2 race.[65]
  7. ^ a b c Roger Mettler was listed in the Entry List and during Friday's Practice sessions as the driver of Racingfuel Motorsport's No. 94 car while Alina Loibnegger was listed as the driver of Not Only Motorsport's No. 25 car. However, Mettler's entry was withdrawn on Saturday and Alina Loibnegger moved from Not Only Motorsport to replace him starting from the qualifying session.
  8. ^ a b Yasmeen Koloc was entered for Valencia initially and took part in the Friday practice sessions, but she was replaced by Téo Calvet starting from the Saturday Qualifying session after Buggyra declared her unfit to compete due to the effects of an injury she sustained in the 24H Series race at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps last month.
  9. ^ a b Roberto Benedetti was originally entered in the No. 65 car for Vallelunga, but an incident involving teammate Riccardo Romagnoli in the Saturday EuroNASCAR PRO race meant that the No. 65 car was unavailabe for Benedetti for the Saturday EuroNASCAR 2 race. The Club would transfer Benedetti to the No. 55 car for the rest of the weekend as a result.

Confirmed changes

Drivers

  • Frédéric Gabillon is scheduled to be returning to full-time competition in 2022 after only competing part-time in the 2021 season. Gabillon was due to compete full-time last season, but RDV Competition announced the withdrawal of Gabillon's entry on 20 September 2021 with preparation for the 2022 season being cited as one of the reasons of its withdrawal.[8]
  • On 3 November 2021, NASCAR Whelen Euro Series reveals that Loris Hezemans will not defend his title in 2022 as he moves to the United States to race in the NASCAR Cup Series with Team Hezeberg. His 2021 teammate and defending EuroNASCAR 2 champion Martin Doubek will replace Hezemans as the EuroNASCAR PRO driver of Hendriks Motorsport-MOMO's No. 7 car, marking his return as a full-time competitor in EuroNASCAR PRO.[82][9][10]
  • On 22 November 2021, Leonardo Colavita revealed through an interview with Leadlap that he will be racing full-time in the EuroNASCAR 2 division for 2022. Colavita previously competed part-time in both classes in 2021. Later on 24 February 2022, JTG Daugherty Racing announced that Colavita has received official support from the team and would drive the No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro for Racers Motorsport. The following day, it was announced that Colavita will also compete full-time in the EuroNASCAR PRO division for the 2022 season.[14][15][18]
  • On 23 November 2021, it was announced that SpeedHouse will promote Paul Jouffreau to the EuroNASCAR 2 division in 2022 after one season in the EuroNASCAR Club Challenge division. Jouffreau, who signed a two-year contract extension with the team, will drive the No. 33 SpeedHouse car in EuroNASCAR 2.[29][24]
  • On 24 November 2021, it was announced that United Arab Emirates-born sisters Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc will make their full-time debuts in NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for Buggyra ZM Racing. Aliyyah will be driving the No. 29 Ford Mustang while Yasmeen will drive the No. 38 Ford Mustang, both of whom will compete in both classes. Yasmeen was initially due to ran the No. 47, but a number claiming dispute with Racers Motorsport led to Buggyra changing her car number to No. 38 as announced by the team on 8 March 2022.[46][73]
  • On 21 December 2021, CAAL Racing announced that the team have signed Gil Linster for a full-season campaign in EuroNASCAR 2 for 2022. This will mark Linster's third season with CAAL in EuroNASCAR, having previously raced with the team in the 2017 and 2018 seasons.[77]
  • On 22 December 2021, Thomas Krasonis announced that he will be receiving a promotion to the EuroNASCAR PRO class in 2022. Krasonis will maintain his seat at Academy Motorsport, although he will be transferred to the team's No. 1 car for the 2022 season.[4][5]
  • On 11 January 2022, Not Only Motorsport announced that Vittorio Ghirelli will be competing with the team full-time in 2022. Ghirelli previously drove for Not Only in the 2021 season's final round at Vallelunga, having previously drove for Hendriks Motorsport for most of the season before making the team switch.[40]
  • On 13 January 2022, Leadlap reveals that Solaris Motorsport has parted ways with Alina Loibnegger on mutual agreement due to sponsorship reasons. The announcement came after Loibnegger previously announced during an interview with Leadlap on 14 December 2021 that she will retain her EuroNASCAR 2 seat at Solaris. It's currently unknown on who will replace Loibnegger at Solaris, while NASCAR Whelen Euro Series' official social media accounts would later reveal on 20 February 2022 that Alina Loibnegger will join Not Only Motorsport for the 2022 season. It was subsequently reported through an exclusive interview with Leadlap that was published on 17 March 2022 that Loibnegger will drive the No. 25 Chevrolet Camaro for Not Only Motorsport in 2022.[83][84][69][70]
  • On 18 January 2022, CAAL Racing announced that Max Lanza will compete in the EuroNASCAR PRO class for the 2022 season with the team's No. 88 Camaro, replacing Alon Day who is set to make his return to PK Carsport. Lanza is thus scheduled to make his first EuroNASCAR PRO start since the 2019 season, where he competed part-time in the then-called Elite 1 class for The Club Motorsport.[59][19]
  • On 3 February 2022, it was announced that The Club Motorsport's owner-driver Fabrizio Armetta will be contesting the 2022 season full-time with the No. 55 Camaro fielded by his own team. This is scheduled to be Armetta's first full-time campaign in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series since 2014.[52]
  • On 4 February 2022, Hendriks Motorsport announced that Tobias Dauenhauer will receive a promotion to EuroNASCAR PRO after competing for two years in EuroNASCAR 2. Dauenhauer will be joined by Loris Hezemans' younger brother Liam Hezemans, who will be making his series debut as the EuroNASCAR 2 driver of Hendriks' No. 50 Ford.[11]
  • On 5 February 2022, Academy Motorsport announced that Patrick Lemarié will be joining the team as one of the team's EuroNASCAR PRO drivers in 2022. Lemarié, who had previously competed with the team at Zolder last year as a replacement driver for Jacques Villeneuve, will be switching teams from DF1 Racing. The same announcement also reveals that team co-owner Federico Monti will be stepping down to compete in EuroNASCAR 2 for the 2022 season after he competed in EuroNASCAR PRO in 2021.[6]
  • On 8 February 2022, Finnish newspaper publisher Keskisuomalainen reports that Finnish V8 Thunder Cars driver Jonne Rautjärvi [fi] is set to compete in NASCAR Whelen Euro Series with a Dutch-based team in 2022. It is subsequently revealed on 7 March 2022 that Rautjärvi is set to drive for Team Bleekemolen as part of Iceboys' joint partnership with the team, with Rautjärvi being set to make his Euro Series debut as the EuroNASCAR PRO driver of the No. 44 team.[37][36]
  • On 16 February 2022, it was announced that Advait Deodhar will be switching teams to Not Only Motorsport for the 2022 season. Deodhar will drive Not Only's No. 90 Chevrolet as the teammate of Alberto Panebianco, who will be staying in the team's No. 89 Chevrolet for another year.[71]
  • On 26 February 2022, it was announced that Giorgio Maggi will be joining Race Art Technology to drive the No. 18 Toyota Camry in the 2022 season.[33]
  • On 3 March 2022, Academy Motorsport announced that Andrea Tronconi will be making his series debut in 2022 as the driver of Academy's No. 1 car in EuroNASCAR 2.[63]
  • On 4 March 2022, it was announced that Melvin de Groot will be joining Team Bleekemolen for a full-season campaign in EuroNASCAR 2 for 2022. Melvin joined Team Bleekemolen last year as a replacement driver for Michael Bleekemolen in the Croatian and Belgium rounds after Michael was injured in a GT2 accident at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. The announcement also revealed that Michael Bleekemolen is set to make his return to the championship as the EuroNASCAR 2 driver of Team Bleekemolen's newly-expanded No. 72 Ford Mustang.[35]
  • On 7 March 2022, it was announced that Nicolò Gabossi will be making the step up to EuroNASCAR PRO for the full season with Not Only Motorsport in 2022. Gabossi, who primarily competed in EuroNASCAR Club Challenge in 2021, raced part-time in the EuroNASCAR PRO class as part of the rotation of drivers that competed with Not Only Motorsport's No. 90 team last year.[42]
  • On 7 March 2022, it was announced that Henri Tuomaala and Janne Koikkalainen will be joining Team Bleekemolen as part of Iceboys' new partnership agreement with Team Bleekemolen. Tuomaala will continue to compete in EuroNASCAR PRO with the No. 23 Ford Mustang while Koikkalainen is scheduled to make his full-season debut in EuroNASCAR 2 with the No. 44 team.[36]
  • On 9 March 2022, Arianna Casoli announced that she will be switching teams to SpeedHouse for the 2022 season. Casoli is set to drive SpeedHouse's newly-expanded No. 14 Ford Mustang in the EuroNASCAR 2 division.[22]
  • On 11 March 2022, CAAL Racing announced that Italian motorcycle racer and racing driver Alberto Fontana, better known as the YouTube content creator Alberto Naska, will be joining the series to make his stock car racing debut in EuroNASCAR 2 with CAAL's No. 88 team.[78]
  • On 12 March 2022, it was announced that Israeli driver Naveh Talor will be switching teams to DF1 Racing as the new EuroNASCAR 2 driver of the No. 22 team. Talor will be replacing Justin Kunz, whose status is currently unknown. Despite this, Kunz is currently still listed as a driver for DF1 in 2022 according to the team's official website.[85][86]
  • On 14 March 2022, Sud Ouest reports that French driver Thomas Condaminas will be receiving a seat in EuroNASCAR 2 after winning a driver search competition organized by Jacques Villeneuve and Patrick Lemarié's FEED Racing driver academy. Condaminas was scheduled to compete with a team in 2022, but plans ultimately didn't materialized.[87]
  • On 16 March 2022, Double V Racing announced on their Facebook page that Austrian driver Patrick Schober will be making his Euro Series debut as the team's EuroNASCAR 2 driver, replacing team co-owner Pierluigi Veronesi whose status as a driver for 2022 is currently unknown.[72][45]
  • The release of official Entry List for the teams participating in the 2022 season revealed the following driver changes for the 2022 season:[2]
    • Ulysse Delsaux is currently left without a ride after RDV closed down the No. 10 team for the 2022 season. It is currently unknown where Delsaux will compete in 2022.
    • Stienes Longin will be leaving the series to continue his participation in the GT2 European Series as part of PK Carsport's expanded effort in the series.[88]
    • Francesco Sini will be leaving the series following Solaris Motorsport's exit from the series.
  • On 27 March 2022, SpeedHouse announced that three-time European Abarth Trophy champion and former TCR Europe Touring Car Series driver Cosimo Barberini will be joining the team to make his stock car racing debut in the EuroNASCAR PRO class. SpeedHouse didn't announce which car Barberini is scheduled to drive for in 2022, although German website ThreeWide reports that Barberini is set to drive the No. 33 car in 2022.[24][25]
  • On 2 April 2022, it was announced that Matthias Hauer and Néo Lambert will be set to drive for SpeedHouse with the team's newly-formed No. 40 Ford Mustang team. Both Hauer and Lambert will share the car as part-time competitors in EuroNASCAR 2 as Lambert is also set to compete full-time in the regularity-based EuroNASCAR Club Challenge division.[67]
  • On 6 April 2022, it was announced that Riccardo Romagnoli, who competed in the TCR Italy Touring Car Championship last year, will be making his stock car racing debut as a driver of The Club Motorsport. The Club is currently evaluating on which class Romagnoli would compete in 2022.[53]
  • On 9 April 2022, it was announced that Christoph Lenz, who has previously competed in various sports car championships such as IMSA SportsCar Championship, GT World Challenge Europe and GT2 European Series, will be making his Euro Series debut as the EuroNASCAR PRO class driver of Racingfuel Motorsport's No. 94 team.[79]
  • On 9 April 2022, an article from Czech motoring website České okruhy reported that former two-time European Truck Racing Championship champion David Vršecký is scheduled to make his stock car racing debut in 2022 as a part-time driver of Buggyra ZM Racing. České okruhy reports that Vršecký is set to make his EuroNASCAR debut in the fourth round at Autodrom Most, although the plan ultimately didn't materialized.[89]
  • On 25 April 2021, it was announced that Claudio Remigio Cappelli and Alfredo de Matteo, who previously made part-time appearances in 2019 and 2021 respectively, will be competing full-time as the drivers of MK1 Racing Italia's No. 16 Shadow DNM8 in the 2022 season. Cappelli is scheduled to make his debut in the EuroNASCAR PRO class while de Matteo will continue to participate in the EuroNASCAR 2 class.[32]
  • On 28 April 2021, it was announced that Luli del Castello will be making her debut in the series as the EuroNASCAR 2 class driver of CAAL Racing's No. 54 team in 2022.[54]
  • On 29 April 2021, Marko Stipp Motorsport announced on their official social media account that Romain Iannetta will be extending his contract with the team and compete full-time with the No. 46 team in the EuroNASCAR PRO class for the 2022 season. This is scheduled to be Iannetta's first full-season campaign with the team after he competed part-time in 2021 as well as his first full-time season in EuroNASCAR since 2019.[47][48]
  • On 30 April 2022, ThreeWide revealed that Ian Eric Wadén will be switching rides from the No. 44 team – which he personally owned – to the No. 72 Team Bleekemolen team for the 2022 season, partnering Michael Bleekemolen as the team's EuroNASCAR PRO driver. According to Wadén, the team change was done to accommodate series rookies Jonne Rautjärvi [fi] and Janne Koikkalainen's tall posture.[38]
  • On 4 May 2022, it was announced that Alexander Graff will be returning to full-time competition in 2022 after he signed a contract to join SpeedHouse as one of the team's EuroNASCAR PRO drivers.[30]
  • On 5 May 2022, it was announced that former American Le Mans Series and FIA GT1 World Championship champion, two-time Nürburgring 24 Hours overall winner and two-time 24 Hours of Le Mans class winner Lucas Luhr will make his stock car racing debut after he was signed by Racingfuel Motorsport to compete with the team's No. 58 Chevrolet Camaro in the EuroNASCAR PRO class. The announcement also revealed that Christoph Lenz, who was initially signed to drive the team's No. 94 car in EuroNASCAR PRO, will now compete in EuroNASCAR 2 as Luhr's teammate in the No. 58 car while Swiss driver Roger Mettler will act as his EuroNASCAR 2 class teammate in Racingfuel's No. 94 car.[61]
  • On 8 May 2022, AutoMobilSport.com reports that 19-year old Lithuanian driver Kasparas Vingilis has been signed by Academy Motorsport to drive the team's No. 2 EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 for the season opening round at Valencia.[64]
  • On 9 May 2022, it was announced that Marc Goossens will be switching team to SpeedHouse for the 2022 season after driving for both DF1 Racing and CAAL Racing in the 2021 season. The same announcement also revealed that SpeedHouse team owner Lucas Lasserre will step down from his driving duties to focus on team management. His replacement in the No. 64 Ford Mustang is currently unknown, although the team confirms that they will only field Goossens, Alexander Graff, and Cosimo Barberini in EuroNASCAR PRO for this year.[23]
  • On 9 May 2022, NASCAR Whelen Euro Series announced on their social media account that Nicolò Rocca will be switching teams to Double V Racing for the 2022 season. The announcement was made after Rocca was initially announced to stay with DF1 Racing on 6 February 2022. The reasoning for the team switch is currently unknown.[57]
  • The official Entry List release for NASCAR GP Spain at Circuit Ricardo Tormo, which was first revealed on 10 May 2022, would reveal the following changes:[7]
    • Ulysse Delsaux would move down to EuroNASCAR 2 as a result of RDV's downsizing from a two-car team to a single-car team.
    • French rally driver Yannick Panagiotis, who competed alongside NASCAR Whelen Euro Series CEO and founder Jerome Galpin at Dakar Rally this year, will be making his series debut as the driver of the No. 4 Ford Mustang entered by his own team Panasport.
    • Lithuanian driver Gustas Grinbergas, who briefly competed alongside current NASCAR Cup Series driver Cody Ware at Asian Le Mans Series with Rick Ware Racing, will make his stock car racing debut with Buggyra ZM Racing.
    • Former Mini Challenge driver Paolo Maria Silvestrini and Swiss driver Bruno Staub will make their Euro Series debut as the EuroNASCAR PRO class drivers of Not Only Motorsport's No. 25 Chevrolet Camaro and Racingfuel Motorsport's No. 94 Chevrolet Camaro respectively.
    • Slovakian driver Christian Malcharek will make his return to Euro Series after a six-year absence from the series. Malcharek will be competing in EuroNASCAR 2 with PK Carsport, whom he briefly made a one-off appearance with at the season opening round of the 2016 season.
    • Italian driver Roberto Benedetti will make his return to Euro Series with The Club Motorsport in the EuroNASCAR 2 division after his practice only appearance for the team at the season opening round of the 2020 season.

Teams

  • On 23 November 2021, it was announced that SpeedHouse will be expanding into a two-car team in 2022. SpeedHouse has yet to announce the number and the body used for the team's second entry, although Paul Jouffreau is set to drive the car in the EuroNASCAR 2 division. Later on 9 March 2022, it was announced that SpeedHouse will be expanding further with the addition of the No. 14 Ford Mustang to accompany the No. 64 and No. TBA teams. Marco Raggi, who previously acted as Shadow Racing Cars' team principal for the past two seasons, will join the SpeedHouse team to become its new Sporting Manager.[29][22]
  • On 24 November 2021, it was announced that European Truck Racing Championship team Buggyra Racing will be expanding their operations to NASCAR Whelen Euro Series in 2022. Buggyra, who will be competing as Buggyra ZM Racing in EuroNASCAR, will field the No. 29 and No. 38 Ford Mustang for sisters Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc with sponsorship from Shandong Zero Mileage Lubrication.[46]
  • On 11 January 2022, it was revealed that one of Not Only Motorsport's teams will be changing numbers to No. 36 in 2022. Subsequent announcements would reveal that the No. 36 will act as Not Only's third team as the team is set to retain the No. 89 and No. 90 teams this year. This would mean that Not Only would set to field three cars for the first time after plans to run a third car in 2021 didn't materialized. Reports from Leadlap's exclusive interview with the team's new signing Alina Loibnegger on 17 March 2022 revealed that the team will be expanding further into a four-car team with the addition of the No. 00 team, which was reported to be using the team's No. 90 entry from last year. The No. 00 team was subsequently revealed to be part of the No. 25 team on the official Entry List release.[40][71][70][2]
  • On 2 February 2022, it was announced that Swiss organization Racingfuel GmbH will be making their series debut in 2022, fielding the No. 58 and No. 94 Chevrolet Camaro's under the Racingfuel Motorsport banner. The No. 58 car initially had its entry registered as the No. 93 car, but changed its number before the season opening round at Valencia.[60][61]
  • On 3 February 2022, it was announced that The Club Motorsport is planning to compete full-time for the 2022 season with the No. 55 Dinoil Chevrolet Camaro. This is scheduled to be The Club's first full-time campaign in EuroNASCAR after the team competed part-time for the last five seasons.[52]
  • On 4 February 2022, Hendriks Motorsport announced that the team will be scaling down to field just two cars for the 2022 season. The team would retain the No. 7 and No. 50 teams while the No. 18 team, which ran full-time in EuroNASCAR PRO with Giorgio Maggi last year, would be shut down.[90]
  • DF1 Racing will downscale to two cars after the team fielded a total of five cars throughout the 2021 season. The team will retain the No. 22 and No. 66 teams in 2022 whilst shutting down the No. 77 team and releasing the No. 23 and No. 44 entries to Team Bleekemolen.[56][2]
  • PK Carsport will be returning to the series after the team took a hiatus from full-time competition in EuroNASCAR last season. PK will only field a single car with the No. 24 team in the 2022 season.[19][2]
  • Vict Motorsport will be rebranded once again as the team is scheduled to use the Racers Motorsport name for the first time since 2019. The team will also enter into a partnership with JTG Daugherty Racing to field Leonardo Colavita in the 2022 season, which would also see the team renumber their No. 9 car to the No. 47 to reflect the partnership with JTG Daugherty. Racers would also retain the partnership with Italian team Scuderia Speed Motor to help field the team's No. 8 car in 2022.[15][16]
  • On 26 February 2022, it was announced that Race Art Technology will be rejoining the championship as a full entry to field Giorgio Maggi in the No. 18 Toyota Camry. Race Art Technology has previously fielded a full entry in 2018 before stepping down its involvement in the series to become a technical partner for Alex Caffi Motorsport and Academy Motorsport in the past two seasons.[33]
  • On 4 March 2022, Team Bleekemolen announced that the team will be expanding to a two-car team in 2022. Sebastiaan Bleekemolen had previously stated in an interview with Leadlap on 30 November 2021 that Team Bleekemolen is considering to enter two cars next year to allow all the three drivers that were signed with the team. Team Bleekemolen's No. 69 Ford Mustang will continue to compete full-time while the newly-expanded No. 72 Ford Mustang is scheduled to be fielded on selected events only.[34][35][91][92]
  • On 7 March 2022, it was announced that Finnish racing firm Iceboys will be joining forces with Team Bleekemolen, expanding Team Bleekemolen into a four-car entry in 2022. Iceboys will provide Team Bleekemolen with the No. 23 and No. 44 teams that were fielded under collaboration with DF1 Racing in 2021. The announcement also reveals that all four of Team Bleekemolen cars will be prepared in-house for the 2022 season.[36]
  • On 25 March 2022, Shadow Racing Cars announced that they will continue their participation in NASCAR Whelen Euro Series with a new team called MK1 Racing Italia. MK1 Racing Italia will be partnered with fellow Euro Series team Race Art Technology to field the team's two Shadow DNM8's in 2022. The announcement also revealed that the team's No. 42 car will be rebranded to the No. 16 car for the upcoming season.[31]
  • The official Entry List for the teams participating on the 2022 season, released on 25 March 2022, revealed the following changes to the teams participating in the 2022 season:[2]
    • Solaris Motorsport and 42 Racing will be leaving the series after a four and three-year stay in the series respectively. Solaris' withdrawal meant that Double V Racing, who received technical support from the team last season, will operate as an independent team in 2022.[93]
    • RDV Competition will be downscaling to just one car, retaining the No. 3 team whilst shutting down the No. 10 team for 2022.
    • SpeedHouse will be expanding further into a four-car team, revealing that two of the team's unannounced car numbers in 2022 will be No. 33 and No. 40.
  • The official Entry List release for NASCAR GP Spain at Circuit Ricardo Tormo, which was first revealed on 10 May 2022, would reveal the following changes:[7]
    • French team Panasport will be entering the series for the first time, fielding the No. 4 Ford Mustang for team owner Yannick Panagiotis in both classes.
    • The Club Motorsport will expand into a two-car team with the addition of the No. 65 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Riccardo Romagnoli and Roberto Benedetti.

Mid-season changes

  • Tobias Dauenhauer was forced to miss American SpeedFest IX at Brands Hatch after he was tested positive for COVID-19. Liam Hezemans will replace Dauenhauer and compete in both classes as a result.[12][13]
  • On 9 June 2022, Buggyra ZM Racing announced that Yasmeen Koloc will not compete in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series "for the time being". Buggyra cited Yasmeen's injury from a crash in the 24H Series race at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and preparation for her upcoming participation in the 2023 Dakar Rally as the reason of her withdrawal.[94]
  • On 4 July 2022, it was announced that Onofrio Veneziani's Double T team, who won the 2015 Elite 2 title with Gianmarco Ercoli, will be returning to the series after a six-year hiatus. Leonardo Colavita and the No. 47 team will be splitting off from Racers Motorsport to join the returning Double T team. MK1 Racing Italia will provide technical support for Double T to help field the No. 47 team.[51]
  • On 22 August 2022, an article posted on NASCAR Whelen Euro Series' official website revealed that Melvin de Groot will not participate in the NASCAR GP Czech Republic. Michael Bleekemolen will replace de Groot after the Entry List for NASCAR GP Czech Republic revealed that he will be transferred to Team Bleekemolen's No. 69 Ford Mustang team.[95][39]
  • On 24 August 2022, Advait Deodhar announced on social media that he will not continue his participation in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for the rest of the season. Deodhar currently plans to return for the 2023 season.[96]
  • Former EuroNASCAR PRO race winner Yann Zimmer will be making his return to the series at the NASCAR GP Czech Republic for his first start in 8 years. Zimmer is scheduled to compete with Racingfuel Motorsport's No. 94 team at Most.[39]
  • On 17 September 2022, former two-time series champion and PK Carsport team manager Anthony Kumpen announced that he will be returning to the series as a driver at the NASCAR GP Belgium. It will be Kumpen's first racing activity as a driver after he was suspended for four years after he failed a drug test during the 2018 24 Hours of Zolder. Kumpen will drive the No. 24 PK Carsport entry at Zolder, leaving Alon Day to join SpeedHouse in a one-off entry because Day's contract at PK in 2022 was only for five rounds.[21][20][28]
  • On 28 September 2022, it was announced that Kenko Miura, who competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Reaume Brothers Racing earlier this year, would be returning to the Euro Series for his first race since 2020 in the fifth round at Circuit Zolder. Miura will be competing as an owner-driver for the newly debuting Team Japan NEEDS24 team.[62]
  • Yevgen Sokolovskiy will not participate in the season ending round at Rijeka after he was called up to represent Ukraine in the 2022 FIA Motorsport Games on the GT Relay category. His replacement in Marko Stipp Motorsport's No. 48 team is currently unknown.[97]

Schedule

The provisional calendar for the 2022 season was announced on 29 October 2021.[98] All races of the 2022 season will be held on road courses, although the Winter Classic non-championship event is going to be held on an ice surface.

EuroNASCAR PRO

Round Race Title Track Date
1 R1 NASCAR GP Spain – Valencia NASCAR Fest Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia 14 May
R2 15 May
2 R3 NASCAR GP UK – American SpeedFest IX United Kingdom Brands Hatch (Indy), West Kingsdown 11 June
R4 12 June
3 R5 NASCAR GP Italy Italy Autodromo Vallelunga, Campagnano di Roma 9 July
R6 10 July
4 R7 NASCAR GP Czech Republic – OMV MaxxMotion NASCAR Show Czech Republic Autodrom Most, Most 3 September
R8 4 September
5 R9 NASCAR GP Belgium Belgium Circuit Zolder, Heusden-Zolder 8 October
R10 9 October
6 R11 EuroNASCAR Finals – Fracasso NASCAR GP Croatia Croatia Automotodrom Grobnik, Čavle 29 October
R12 30 October

EuroNASCAR 2

Round Race Title Track Date
1 R1 NASCAR GP Spain – Valencia NASCAR Fest Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia 14 May
R2 15 May
2 R3 NASCAR GP UK – American SpeedFest IX United Kingdom Brands Hatch (Indy), West Kingsdown 11 June
R4 12 June
3 R5 NASCAR GP Italy Italy Autodromo Vallelunga, Campagnano di Roma 9 July
R6 10 July
4 R7 NASCAR GP Czech Republic – OMV MaxxMotion NASCAR Show Czech Republic Autodrom Most, Most 3 September
R8 4 September
5 R9 NASCAR GP Belgium Belgium Circuit Zolder, Heusden-Zolder 8 October
R10 9 October
6 R11 EuroNASCAR Finals – Fracasso NASCAR GP Croatia Croatia Automotodrom Grobnik, Čavle 29 October
R12 30 October

EuroNASCAR Club Challenge

Round Race Title Track Date
R1 NASCAR GP Spain – Valencia NASCAR Fest Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo, Valencia 13 May
R2 NASCAR GP Italy Italy Autodromo Vallelunga, Campagnano di Roma 10 July
R3 NASCAR GP Czech Republic – OMV MaxxMotion NASCAR Show Czech Republic Autodrom Most, Most 2 September
R4 NASCAR GP Belgium Belgium Circuit Zolder, Heusden-Zolder 7 October
R5 EuroNASCAR Finals – Fracasso NASCAR GP Croatia Croatia Automotodrom Grobnik, Čavle 28 October

Calendar changes

  • NASCAR GP Germany at the Hockenheimring will be returning to the series after a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hockenheim is scheduled to host the opening round of the season on 9-10 April.
  • NASCAR GP Spain at Circuit Ricardo Tormo will keep its May date as the second round of the season. Last year, the round hosted the opening round of the season but had its date moved from April to May due to the schedule changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • American SpeedFest, NASCAR Whelen Euro Series' round at Brands Hatch, will be returning to its traditional June date after the round was hosted on 3-4 July in 2021 to coincide with the American Independence Day.
  • NASCAR GP Italy will not host a championship round as Italy would host an All-Star Event in 2022. Autodromo Vallelunga will continue to host the All-Star Event, but on 4 November 2021 it was announced the track will use the Club Circuit layout instead of the International Circuit layout that was used in 2020 and 2021.[99]
  • NASCAR GP Czech Republic at Automotodrom Most is now scheduled to host the fourth round of the season, although they will keep the late August-early September date that the round had in 2021.
  • NASCAR GP Croatia at Automotodrom Grobnik will be scheduled to host the season finale, marking the first occasion that Croatia will host the final round of a NASCAR Whelen Euro Series season. The round at Automotodrom Grobnik is scheduled to be held on 29-30 October, effectively taking over the slot vacated by NASCAR GP Italy.
  • NASCAR Whelen Euro Series will be hosting NASCAR's first event on ice with the non-championship Winter Classic event that is scheduled to be held somewhere between late 2022 and early 2023. The venue and exact date of the event is currently unknown.
  • On 25 February 2022, it was announced that NASCAR GP Germany at the Hockenheimring has been cancelled due to "ongoing difficult circumstances for the event". The round at Autodromo Vallelunga, which was previously due to host an All-Star round, will now host the NASCAR GP Italy championship round as a result. It is subsequently revealed that Vallelunga's full layout will be used for the 2022 edition of NASCAR GP Italy.[100][101]

Rule changes

  • On 30 January 2022, NASCAR Whelen Euro Series announced the following changes to their qualifying format in 2022:[102]
    • EuroNASCAR PRO's qualifying system will now consist of two phases of knockout qualifying, marking the return of the qualifying format that was last used in the 2019 season. The first Qualifying session will be shortened from 30 minutes to 15 minutes while the fastest 10 drivers from the Qualifying session will advance to the 5-minute long SuperPole session.
    • EuroNASCAR 2's qualifying system retains the single-round format that the series used for both classes in 2020 and 2021, although the Qualifying session time is shortened to 20 minutes.
  • On 3 May 2022, NASCAR Whelen Euro Series announced a new partnership deal with VP Racing Fuels to become the new exclusive fuel supplier in the series, switching from a previously undisclosed fuel supplier. The series will now use VP's N20 Race Fuel, which incorporates 20% sustainable materials.[103]

Results

EuroNASCAR PRO

Round Race Pole position Fastest lap Most laps led Winning driver Winning team Winning manufacturer
1 R1 Valencia NASCAR Fest Sweden Alexander Graff Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Nicolò Rocca Italy Nicolò Rocca Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
R2 Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Israel Alon Day Belgium PK Carsport Chevrolet
2 R3 American Speedfest IX Italy Nicolò Rocca Israel Alon Day Italy Nicolò Rocca Israel Alon Day Belgium PK Carsport Chevrolet
R4 Israel Alon Day Italy Nicolò Rocca Israel Alon Day Sweden Alexander Graff France SpeedHouse Chevrolet
3 R5 NASCAR GP Italy Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Belgium PK Carsport Chevrolet
R6 Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
4 R7 OMV MaxxMotion NASCAR Show Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen Netherlands Team Bleekemolen Ford
R8 Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Belgium PK Carsport Chevrolet
5 R9 NASCAR GP Belgium Italy Vittorio Ghirelli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
R10 Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
6 R11 Fracasso NASCAR GP Croatia Israel Alon Day Switzerland Giorgio Maggi Israel Alon Day Israel Alon Day Belgium PK Carsport Chevrolet
R12 Switzerland Giorgio Maggi Switzerland Giorgio Maggi Switzerland Giorgio Maggi France Patrick Lemarié Italy Academy Motorsport EuroNASCAR FJ

EuroNASCAR 2

Round Race Pole position Fastest lap Most laps led Winning driver Winning team Winning manufacturer
1 R1 Valencia NASCAR Fest Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Italy Academy Motorsport EuroNASCAR FJ
R2 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana[a] Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
2 R3 American Speedfest IX Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
R4 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport Ford
3 R5 NASCAR GP Italy Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
R6 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport Ford
4 R7 OMV MaxxMotion NASCAR Show Czech Republic Martin Doubek Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
R8 Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Czech Republic Martin Doubek Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet
5 R9 NASCAR GP Belgium Luxembourg Gil Linster Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport Toyota
R10 Netherlands Liam Hezemans Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport Toyota
6 R11 Fracasso NASCAR GP Croatia Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport Toyota
R12 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis Czech Republic Martin Doubek Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Liam Hezemans Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport Toyota
  1. ^ Vladimiros Tziortzis originally won the race, but he received a 10-place position drop penalty due to technical infringements.[104]

EuroNASCAR Club Challenge

Round Race Winning driver Winning team Winning manufacturer
R1 NASCAR GP Spain – Valencia NASCAR Fest France Néo Lambert SpeedHouse Ford
R2 NASCAR GP Italy United Kingdom Gordon Barnes Marko Stipp Motorsport Chevrolet
R3 NASCAR GP Czech Republic – OMV MaxxMotion NASCAR Show Italy Federico Monti Academy Motorsport EuroNASCAR FJ
R4 NASCAR GP Belgium France Néo Lambert SpeedHouse Ford
R5 EuroNASCAR Finals – Fracasso NASCAR GP Croatia United Kingdom Gordon Barnes Marko Stipp Motorsport Chevrolet

Standings

Points are awarded to drivers and team using the current point system used in NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, excluding the Stage and Race Winner bonus points. For the final round at Rijeka, double points are awarded. In addition, the driver that gained the most positions in a race will receive 4 bonus championship points.

For the EuroNASCAR PRO and EuroNASCAR 2 driver's championship, only the best 8 results from the first 10 races and the results from the double-points rewarding final round at Rijeka will count towards the final standings. For the Club Challenge championships, points are awarded per session and the results listed from each round in the standings are the combined results. For the Teams Championship, all points scored by a team's drivers will be counted with no dropped scores.

EuroNASCAR PRO

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by fastest qualifying time (in Race 1) or by previous race's fastest lap (in Race 2). Italics - Fastest lap. * – Most laps led. ^ – Most positions gained.

Pos Driver Spain
ESP
United Kingdom
GBR
Italy
ITA
Czech Republic
CZE
Belgium
BEL
Croatia
CRO
Points[105]
1 Israel Alon Day 4 1 1 (16)* 1* 2 4 1* 11 (27) 1* 3 425 (466)
2 Sweden Alexander Graff 3 5 (21) 1 5 5 2 2 8 (14) 9^ 5^ 405 (444)
3 Italy Gianmarco Ercoli (26) 2* 3 (26) 23 1* 3 3 1* 1* 2 11 393 (415)
4 Italy Nicolò Rocca 1* 3 2* 4 7 (22) (24) 8 4 15 13 2 374 (402)
5 Switzerland Giorgio Maggi 6 18 5 2 2 3 20 6 3 (20) 4 17* 357 (391)
6 Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen (24) 9 11 12 9 (16) 1* 4 6 3 7 14 346 (385)
7 France Patrick Lemarié 17 23 9 8 6 (DNS) (27) 7^ 9 24 3 1 345 (355)
8 Czech Republic Martin Doubek 5 15 4 3 4 4 (21) 11 7 (25) 22 4 339 (367)
9 France Frédéric Gabillon 9 7 6 5 (25) 9 7 10 (10) 10 19 19 305 (344)
10 Finland Henri Tuomaala 13 16 12 (28) 12 7 19 21 14 (26) 8 7 300 (320)
11 Italy Fabrizio Armetta 23 (28) 7 11 (27) 10 18 16 13 4 15 8 296 (315)
12 France Romain Iannetta 14 4 8 9 8 6 (15) (20) 12^ 13 6 DNS2 295 (329)
13 Italy Vittorio Ghirelli 25 (32) (31) 10 3 18 11^ 5 2 19 21 15 283 (293)
14 Netherlands Liam Hezemans 27 6 11 23 16 12 5 22 5 18 276
15 Italy Cosimo Barberini 11 (30) 15 24 18 12 10 13 (28) 11 17 10 276 (289)
16 Belgium Marc Goossens 22 6 10 (DNS) 20 (24) 23 22 15 21 10 6 273 (286)
17 Italy Max Lanza 8^ 10 (DNS) (DNS) 15 25 6 9 21 12 14 21 272
18 Italy Claudio Remigio Cappelli (30) 25 25 13 (29) 20 9 26 29 6 11 9 251 (265)
19 Italy Riccardo Romagnoli (29) (31) 16 14 21 13 14 23 18 18 18 20 223 (230)
20 Finland Jonne Rautjärvi [fi] 19 20 17 (25) (DNS) 26 13 14 22 5^ 16 22 219 (230)
21 Italy Dario Caso 31 24 14 19 22 14^ 22 17 23 12 215
23 Italy Leonardo Colavita 20 12 26 23 26 DNS 27 8 12 16 209
23 Italy Federico Monti 18 (29) (30) 22 26 28 28 18 24 17 20 13 195 (209)
24 Ukraine Yevgen Sokolovskiy 12 (22) 20 15 16 8 8 19 19 (28) 179 (203)
25 Greece Thomas Krasonis 16 14^ 32 29 28 11 25 25 116
26 Italy Davide Dallara DNS 33 13 7^ 13 27 DNS 24 109
27 United Arab Emirates Aliyyah Koloc 21 13 24 30 24 DNS 12 27 106
28 Switzerland Christoph Lenz 22 17 17^ 21 20 29 Wth Wth 100
29 Italy Nicolò Gabossi 27 19 23 21 DNS Wth 17 28 86
30 Germany Tobias Dauenhauer 2 8 64
31 Switzerland Yann Zimmer 5 15 54
32 Lithuania Gustas Grinbergas 10 11 53
33 Finland Ian Eric Wadén 32 26 19 18 53
34 Germany Lucas Luhr 7 17 50
35 Switzerland Remo Lips 17 7 50
36 France Thomas Ferrando 10 17 47
37 Belgium Anthony Kumpen 26 2 46
38 United Kingdom Alex Sedgwick 14 15 45
39 Italy Bernardo Manfrè 28 21 28 27 44
40 Japan Kenko Miura 25 9 40
41 Austria Constantin Kletzer 18^ 20 40
42 Italy Stefano Attianese 19 19 36
43 Belgium Pol van Pollaert 16 23 35
44 France Thomas Dombrowski 23 17 34
45 France Yannick Panagiotis 15 27 32
46 Germany Mike David Ortmann DNS1 DNS2 20
47 Norway Eivind Brynildsen 29 DNS 8
Italy Paolo Maria Silvestrini Wth Wth
Switzerland Bruno Staub Wth Wth
Notes
  • 1 – Mike David Ortmann received 8 championship points despite being a non-starter.
  • 2 – Romain Iannetta and Mike David Ortmann received 12 championship points each despite being a non-starter.

EuroNASCAR 2

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by fastest qualifying time (in Race 1) or by previous race's fastest lap (in Race 2). Italics - Fastest lap. * – Most laps led. ^ – Most positions gained.

Pos Driver Spain
ESP
United Kingdom
GBR
Italy
ITA
Czech Republic
CZE
Belgium
BEL
Croatia
CRO
Points[105]
1 Netherlands Liam Hezemans 6 3 3 1 3 1* (18) (13) 1* 1* 1* 1* 453 (496)
2 Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana 2 1 1 2* 1* (5) 1* 1* (24) 5^ 2 3 444 (489)
3 Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis 1* 11* 2* 3 2 (26) 3 3 25 (DNS) 3 2 388 (401)
4 Czech Republic Martin Doubek 3 2 4 4 7 (22) 2 2 (26) 16 4 5 386 (412)
5 France Ulysse Delsaux 5 4 6 6 (27) 4 (17) 5 7 4 11 7 367 (397)
6 Finland Tuomas Pöntinen 7 10 4 2 9 18 4 2 6 6 364
7 Netherlands Melvin de Groot 8 10 5 21 5 11 3 7 5 4 356
8 Slovakia Christian Malcharek (27) 13 15^ (24) 6 6 15 8 18 6 8 8 330 (353)
9 France Paul Jouffreau 7 7 (26) 9 11 3 4 6 13 (21) 17 18 316 (343)
10 Austria Patrick Schober 13 (19) 14 8 10 7 (23) 7^ 14 9 12 19 305 (337)
11 Luxembourg Gil Linster 4 5 11 18 (23) 8 7 4 2 (23) 13 26 298 (326)
12 Italy Luli del Castello (21) 14 18 15 8 13 (19) 14 9 13 16 13 285 (319)
13 Italy Leonardo Colavita 12 8 25 11 13 12 (DNS)2 (DNS)2 5 20 9 20 280 (288)
14 Italy Roberto Benedetti 32 24 12 26 14^ 17 13 19 16 11 14 11 273 (289)
15 Italy Claudio Remigio Cappelli 27 5 DNS 27 6 11 6 3 7 21 266
16 Portugal Miguel Gomes 9 17 10 13 (28) 15 12 10 (21) 12 24 25 252 (275)
17 Austria Alina Loibnegger 23 22 22 16 19 19 10 (23) 10 (24) 20 10 246 (273)
18 France Eric Quintal 19 20 24 27 20 20 14 17 11^ 17 23 14 238 (261)
19 Italy Arianna Casoli 22 (23) (29) 17^ 21 21 16 16 12 19 21 17 230 (252)
20 Netherlands Michael Bleekemolen (31) (28) 17 23 17 18 21 20 8 15 18 22 228 (243)
21 Italy Paolo Valeri 30 29 20 22 22 16 20 21 19 9^ 219
22 Ukraine Yevgen Sokolovskiy 11 (16) 13 14 16 10 5^ 9 (17) 10 213 (254)
23 Lithuania Kasparas Vingilis 20 21 16 (29) 18 (25) 22 22 23 14 DNS3 15 193 (213)
24 United Arab Emirates Aliyyah Koloc 17 27 28 12 9 14 8 12 169
25 France Néo Lambert 26 9^ 10 23 125
26 India Advait Deodhar 28 9 8 19 15 24 119
27 Germany Matthias Hauer 26 26 DNS1 25 11 15 20 22 119
28 Italy Dario Caso 24 23 PO PO 22^ 12 117
29 Finland Janne Koikkalainen 25 25 21 DNS (DNS) (DNS) DNS2 DNS2 15 18 90
30 Italy Alberto Panebianco 33 32 9 7 25 DNS 81
31 Switzerland Thomas Toffel 15 24 70
32 Italy Francesco Garisto 29 6 19 28 67
33 United Kingdom Matthew Ellis 23 20 12 DNS 57
34 Switzerland Christoph Lenz 15 31 25 22 Wth Wth 55
35 France Téo Calvet 16 12^ 50
36 Finland Leevi Lintukanto 10 15 49
37 Serbia Zoran Kastratović DNS3 16 48
38 Japan Kenko Miura 19 8 47
39 France Yannick Panagiotis 18 18 38
40 Italy Andrea Tronconi 14^ 33 31
41 Italy Alfredo de Matteo 24 30 20
42 Germany Hugo Sasse DNS3 DNS4 8
43 Italy Paolo Maria Silvestrini DNS DNS 0
United Arab Emirates Yasmeen Koloc PO PO
Switzerland Roger Mettler Wth Wth
Notes
  • 1 – Matthias Hauer received 5 championship points despite being a non-starter.
  • 2 – Leonardo Colavita and Janne Koikkalainen received 4 championship points each despite being a non-starter.
  • 3 – Kasparas Vingilis, Zoran Kastratović and Hugo Sasse received 6 championship points each despite being a non-starter.
  • 4 – Hugo Sasse received 2 championship points each despite being a non-starter.

EuroNASCAR Club Challenge

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by fastest qualifying time (in Race 1) or by previous race's fastest lap (in Race 2). Italics - Fastest lap. * – Most laps led. ^ – Most positions gained.

Pos Driver Spain
ESP
Italy
ITA
Czech Republic
CZE
Belgium
BEL
Croatia
CRO
Points
1 United Kingdom Gordon Barnes 2 1 3 2 303
2 France Néo Lambert 1 2 7 1 302
3 Italy Federico Monti 3 3 1 4 289
4 France Eric Quintal 9 4 4 3 273
5 Italy Arianna Casoli 4 6 5 7 268
6 Austria Andreas Kuchelbacher 5 8 2 9 266
7 Austria Julian Vanheelen 10 7 6 187
8 France Paul Jouffreau 6 9 5 187
9 France Thomas Dombrowski 5 6 135
10 France Oliver Panagiotis 7 63
11 Czech Republic Josef Machacek 8 63
12 Austria Maximilian Mason 8 63

Team's Championship (Top 15)

Pos No. Team Body Style EuroNASCAR PRO Driver(s) EuroNASCAR 2 Driver(s) Points
1 50 Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport-MOMO Ford 3
Toyota 3
Germany Tobias Dauenhauer
Netherlands Liam Hezemans
Netherlands Liam Hezemans 836
2 7 Netherlands Hendriks Motorsport-MOMO Ford Czech Republic Martin Doubek Czech Republic Martin Doubek 779
3 24 Belgium PK Carsport Chevrolet Israel Alon Day
Belgium Anthony Kumpen
Slovakia Christian Malcharek 769
4 69 Netherlands Team Bleekemolen Ford Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen Netherlands Melvin de Groot
Netherlands Michael Bleekemolen
769
5 5 Italy Academy Motorsport EuroNASCAR FJ France Patrick Lemarié Cyprus Vladimiros Tziortzis 756
6 88 Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet Italy Max Lanza Italy Alberto "Naska" Fontana 751
7 3 France RDV Competition Chevrolet France Frédéric Gabillon France Ulysse Delsaux 741
8 54 Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet Italy Gianmarco Ercoli Italy Luli del Castello 734
9 23 Netherlands Team Bleekemolen Ford Finland Henri Tuomaala Finland Leevi Lintukanto
Finland Tuomas Pöntinen
733
10 56 Italy CAAL Racing Chevrolet Italy Nicolò Rocca Luxembourg Gil Linster 728
11 64 France SpeedHouse Chevrolet 3
Ford 3
Sweden Alexander Graff France Eric Quintal 705
12 33 France SpeedHouse Ford Italy Cosimo Barberini France Paul Jouffreau 627
13 18 Switzerland Race Art Technology Toyota Switzerland Giorgio Maggi Italy Claudio Remigio Cappelli
Switzerland Thomas Toffel
625
14 46 Germany Marko Stipp Motorsport Chevrolet France Romain Iannetta Portugal Miguel Gomes 609
15 14 France SpeedHouse Chevrolet 3
Ford 3
Belgium Marc Goossens Italy Arianna Casoli 538
Pos No. Team Body Style EuroNASCAR PRO Driver(s) EuroNASCAR 2 Driver(s) Points

See also

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