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2019 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Schedule, NWES Calendar, Rule package

NASCAR Whelen Euro Series 2019 Schedule: NWES Calendar, Rules Packages.





 The schedule of the 2019 NASCAR Euro Series season offers some surprises with the expanded schedule into Eight different countries, seven events weekends and 26 races for the first time.

The series will visit the Autodrom Most in the Czech Republic for the first time and Raceway Venray is back on the schedule after a one-year absence. The only oval track on the schedule will also host the regular season finale.

The NWES regular seasonal calendar 2019 will kick-offs from 13th April from Valencia, Spain & will be concluded with the NASCAR Whelen Euro championship Finals on 6th September Zolder Circuit, Germany.
 A spectacular non-championship All-Star Time Attack event will take place on a street circuit in France.




NASCAR Whelen Euro Series 2019 Schedule: NWES Calendar dates, Rules Packages.



1  -   Euro Series 2019 season will start the First Round round in Valencia, Spain on April 13-14 with the Valencia NASCAR Fest at the 4-km Circuit Ricardo Tormo for the 6th time.

2  -   The Next round of Euro NASCAR will then lead to Italy for the May 11-12 of the American NASCAR Weekend at the 2,5-km Autodromo di Franciacorta.

3   -  The third round head to the historic 1.9-km Brands Hatch Indy Circuit, hosting the seventh edition of the longest standing event in the NWES calendar – the American SpeedFest – schedules on June 1-2 at United Kingdon.

4   -   With its 4,222-km long distance, the Autodrom Most will welcome the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for the first time in 2019 NWES calendar at the Czech Republic will schedule on June 29-30.



On June 22-23, an undisclosed street circuit in France will host a special, non-championship, All Star Time Attack event. Venue, format and further details on the spectacular All Star weekend will be unveiled at a later date.



 5  -  Raceway Venray will close the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series regular seasonal calendar 2019 on July 13-14.

The fast half-mile banked oval in the Netherlands will host an event, highlighted by one 75-lap ELITE 2 race on Saturday and a feature 100-lap ELITE 1 race on Sunday to close the regular season.




NWES championship Playoffs  – double points (Semi-Finals)


Almost Two months drivers have for playoff races, that are significant in the fight for the championship as double points are rewarded.


6  -
   The playoffs – four double-points races for each NWES Division  –  The Semi-finals will take place at the legendary Hockenheimring in Germany on September 21-22  on its 3,692-km layout in the context of the American Fan Fest.



NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Finals 2019


 
7  -   And Finally, the season will come to an end on October 5-6 with the championship finals at the iconic Circuit Zolder in Belgium, who will be the Crown the Next European NASCAR Champion.

 The 4-km Belgian track will host Euro NASCAR for the fifth consecutive time.





 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series reveals 2019 rules package




 The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series 2019 is set to get started and the rule changes for the coming season promise longer races and more balanced in the field.



The races of the NASCAR Euro Series top division will last about 45 minutes. The ELITE 2 Division will continue to be 60 to 75 kilometers per race.



In order to offer the ELITE 2 drivers more track time, the qualifying of the second division was extended by 10 minutes. The Superpole format will remain in both divisions.


At the end of regular qualifying, twelve drivers will again fight for pole positions in both championships with five minutes on the clock.


A special format will be used at Venray in 2019. There will be only one race per division. The ELITE 2 race takes place on Saturday and has a distance of 75 laps. The ELITE 1 race will be over 100 laps and will be held on Sunday.


The new tire supplier is General Tire. The company will supply the teams with slicks and rain tires. Also new: Each driver will receive a maximum of 20 slicks for qualifying and racing during the season. This will keep the costs for the drivers and racing teams within bounds. Rain and training tires, on the other hand, are not limited.


The new components can be set in three different settings. These spec shock absorbers are designed to help the driver to get the car that suits his driving style.


There will be no ballast, no balance of performance, no position penalty of sort.




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 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series: NWES Official.


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