NASCAR GP Czech Republic: The EuroNASCAR battles resume after summer break at Autodrom Most 

Credits: NASCAR Whelen Euro Series / Klemen Sofric

For the fourth time in its history, the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series heads to Autodrom Most for the NASCAR GP Czech Republic. The Most NASCAR Fest will offer a host of off-track attractions for racing enthusiasts and the entire family and a colorful racing schedule on track. Four European NASCAR races – two in each championship – will highlight the exciting program. After the summer break, drivers will intensify their approach to earn important points towards the 2023 championship battles and tempers may flare as the season hits its crucial time. The 4.212-kilometer track guarantees spectacular door-to-door battles, and tens of thousands of fans at the track and at home are expecting an epic event close to the Czech-German border.

The 21-turn Autodrom Most features a rich history in motor racing since it opened its gate back in 1983 but the city was already known for hosting car and bike races even before it broke ground for today’s circuit back in 1978. Since then dozens of auto, truck and motorbike championships visited the race track for championship rounds but Autodrom Most is also very popular among race car makers for testing and development as the unique layout offers plenty of diversion with fast, flowing parts and a technical slow sector. The race track also offers plenty of excitement for drivers and the fans with many overtaking possibilities.

Vittorio Ghirelli and Sebastiaan Bleekemolen are the only two drivers boasting a EuroNASCAR PRO win at Autodrom Most, while Tobias Dauenhauer and Alberto Naska both feature two wins at the Czech track in EuroNASCAR 2.


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