NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series consists of two divisions, on opposite coasts but operation under identical rules – the East Series and the West Series. NASCAR blankets the nation with two regions that feature exciting events at historic venues including some of the most famous superspeedways and road courses. A Regional Division may provide a competitor with an entire career, or the gathering of valuable experience to move through the NASCAR ranks.
“You get to run against some real veteran guys. It was a good deal for me. It’s probably the most competitive type racing you’ll ever see.”
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Driver
“You come here a driver, but you leave a racer.”
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver
SERIES FAST FACTS:
- NASCAR’S pinnacle of short track racing
- Made up of the East and West Series
- Competitors are competing and refining their skills to make the jump to NASCAR’s National Series
- Vehicles: Template Bodied, 3300 lbs., 650 hp engines
- Many of these cars have previously competed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The only major differences being the engine specifications designed to increase the longevity of the engine.
“NASCAR’s local racing program is a great stepping stone for any racer with aspirations to go on to NASCAR’s national series. I felt like I was ready when I moved up to the NASCAR Nationwide Series. And I was prepared when I got there.”
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver