NASCAR GP Spain – 2021 Valencia NASCAR Fest Preview
The 2021 NASCAR Euro Wheelen Series begins this weekend at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, and Thomas Krasonis will be competing in the EuroNASCAR 2 category, with the EuroNASCAR FJ 2020 car.
It’s been a long time coming for this return in the racing bucket for Thomas. After a very positive test session in Italy a couple of weeks ago, the Academy Motorsport driver is ready to tackle the first round of the 2021 season, in Valencia.
It’s a track Thomas knows very well, having raced there previously in 2019, in his first year in the EuroNASCAR championship.
The 4.005 km circuit in the southeast of Spain offers a good mix of slow, tight corners, and more fast kinks that pose a challenge for the drivers, especially when driving these beasts that the NASCAR cars are.
Thomas and the other 29 drivers will also have a crowd to cheer them as they go after the track announced that it will allow the presence of 2000 spectators in the grandstands for the whole weekend.
The schedule for the race weekend:
Facts about the track:
- Length 4.005 km (2.488 mi)
- Turns 14
- EuroNASCAR track record: 1:40.764 – Alon Day (Chevrolet Camaro NASCAR)