The US NASCAR demos at American SpeedFest 8 will be bigger and better than ever before when the event returns this summer, with no fewer than 16 stock cars provisionally confirmed to appear on 3/4 July.
This stunning line-up will feature machines that competed regularly in the top three tiers of NASCAR racing on the other side of the Atlantic including the leading Cup Series. For the first time there will be demo cars from the NASCAR Truck Series too.
Several of the cars you'll see in action were driven in-period by some of the biggest names in NASCAR including Bobby Labonte, Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards.
The US NASCAR demos will complement the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series (NWES), which headlines the American SpeedFest race programme for an eighth successive running of the event. This means race fans will be treated to a triple helping of NASCAR action courtesy of a demo run and two races on both days of the meeting.
Provisional SpeedFest 8 NASCAR demo line-up
- #4 Chevrolet Impala SS, raced in the USA by Morgan McClure Motorsports between 2007 and 2010. Notable drivers: Ward Burton and Scott Wimmer. Current driver: Paul Yorkshire
- #99 Ford Fusion, raced in the USA by Roush Fenway Racing between 2007 and 2010. Notable drivers: Carl Edwards and Jamie McMurray. Current driver: Simon Chalkly
- #43 Dodge Avenger, raced in the USA by Richard Petty Motorsports between 2007 and 2009. Notable driver: Bobby Labonte. Current driver: Ross Pannell
- #18 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, raced in the USA by Joe Gibbs Racing between 2004 and 2006. Notable driver: JJ Yeley. Current driver: Warren Briggs
- #83 Toyota Camry, raced in the USA by JTG Daugherty Racing between 2008 and 2009. Notable drivers: Brian Vickers and Marcos Ambrose. Current driver: Peter Reck Sr
- #8 Chevrolet Impala, raced in the USA by Dale Earnhardt Inc in 2008. Notable driver: Mark Martin. Current driver: Robb Stephens
- #6 Ford Mustang, raced in the USA by Roush Fenway Racing between 2015 and 2017. Notable driver: Bubba Wallace. Current driver: Mark Sayers
- #26 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, raced in the USA by Carroll Racing between 2000 and 2002. Notable driver: Bobby Hamilton Jr. Current drivers: Troy Attree/Justin Millington
- #18 Pontiac Grand Prix, raced in the USA by Joe Gibbs Racing between 1999 and 2000. Notable driver: Bobby Labonte. Current driver: Dave Clark
- #7 Chevrolet Monte Carlo raced in the USA by Jr Motorsports between 2009 and 2011. Notable driver: Danica Patrick. Current driver: Philip Sherwin
- #22 Buick Regal, raced in the USA by Miller Racing between 1982 and 1984. Notable driver: Bobby Allison. Current driver: Derek Drinkwater
- #55 Chevrolet Short Track NASCAR, raced in the '50s at tracks throughout North and South Carolina. Current driver: Steve Anderson
- #3 Chevrolet Silverado Truck, raced in the USA by Richard Childress Racing between 2011 and 2013. Notable driver: Ty Dillon. Current driver: Geoffrey Parker
- #3 Chevrolet Silverado Truck, raced in the USA by Richard Childress Racing between 1995 and 1996. Notable driver: Mike Skinner. Current driver: Peter Reck Jr
- #22 Ford presented in a Joey Logano livery, previously raced from 2007 as the #29 Kevin Harvick Daytona car. Current driver: Tim Evers
- #9 Ford Taurus raced in the late '90s by Lake Speed and Robby Gordon. Current driver: Jamie Thwaites
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