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ABOUT NASCAR INTERNATIONAL

NASCAR organizes, promotes, and officiates stock car races in more than 10 countries across 11 officially sanctioned racing series, including the NASCAR Brasil Series, the NASCAR Canada Series, the NASCAR México Series, and the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.

 

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NASCAR CANADA SERIES

The NASCAR Canada Series (formerly known as NASCAR Pinty's Series), is the premier motorsports league in Canada, featuring drivers and teams from across Canada. Between May and September, the series visits a variety of tracks – ovals, road courses, and even a dirt track – and over five different provinces, making it truly NASCAR’s national series in Canada. The series receives national broadcast coverage on TSN and RDS, providing both French and English telecasts to Canadian fans. US fans can also watch by tuning in on FloRacing.

NASCAR MÉXICO SERIES

The NASCAR México Series has grown rapidly in popularity and influence as México’s top level of motorsport, producing some of the biggest superstars in NASCAR, such as NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Suarez. Its 12 annual events feature races in México’s largest markets, including México City, Puebla, Monterrey, Chihuahua, San Luis Potosi, and Aguascalientes.

NASCAR EURO SERIES

The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series has quickly become one of the fastest growing, most popular, and diverse racing series in Europe with 35+ cars and 25+ nationalities at each of its 12+ annual races. These events feature NASCAR racing at prominent and historic circuits across countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Belgium.

NASCAR BRASIL SERIES

NASCAR Brasil Series was officially announced in November 2022 and the inaugural season launched in March 2023. The series has a strong pipeline of drivers and traditionally includes two days of racing, across 8 weekends. The series now hosts racing at historic circuits across Brasil, including Interlagos in Sao Paulo, one of Brasil’s most populous cities.

HOW TO WATCH

NASCAR is dedicated to delivering the best stock car racing in the world, providing unrivaled entertainment experiences, while also building a globally diverse community of loyal fans. Looking to watch NASCAR racing outside of the USA or visit a race near you? See more information below.

NASCAR NATIONAL (USA) SERIES

NASCAR National Series events, including NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, and NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series races are broadcasted in more than 29 languages across 195 countries around the world. To see a full list of territories and broadcasters click here. For more information, check your local TV listings or contact your local cable provider. Check out other ways to follow the action here.

BROADCASTS

For NASCAR International series event broadcasts and other related racing content, follow the directions below for each series.

 

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