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Which Racing Series Could NASCAR Do a Double-Header With?

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Joshua Lipowski

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NASCAR announced the Clash at the LA Coliseum will be returning in 2024 but with a twist. That twist is adding the NASCAR Mexico Series to the docket as the preliminary event for the weekend. This got us thinking about what other series can NASCAR partner with for a race weekend.

NASCAR Pinty’s Series

With NASCAR looking to make the potential jump to Canada, the ideal series to partner with in that scenario would be the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. However, there are a couple of other places where The Pinty’s Series could partner with the Cup Series. They could look at tracks close to Canada including Michigan, Watkins Glen, and New Hampshire. If NASCAR were to partner with the Pinty’s Series, it would be a great way to educate NASCAR fans on the series.

IMSA Mazda MX-5 Cup

The Mazda MX-5 Cup recently had a test at Martinsville Speedway, which potentially opens up a world of possibilities for where NASCAR could partner with the series. It opens up the potential for NASCAR to partner with the series on virtually any short track or road course. The possibilities are endless, and it will be interesting to see what NASCAR tries to do with this series testing at such an iconic track.

IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge

If the MX-5 Cup does not work out, then why not bring in another IMSA Series in the Michelin Pilot Challenge? They normally partner with the IMSA Weathertech Sports Car Series, but why not have a unique road racing division be a preliminary event to a NASCAR race on a road course? The France family owns IMSA too after all, so this could work.

CARS Tour

NASCAR has plenty of people close to the sport involved in the CARS Tour including Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, Jeff Burton, and Justin Marks. With this in mind, the CARS Tour would be a great stock car series to partner with NASCAR for a weekend. They already tried it somewhat this year in the North Wilkesboro week leading up to the All-Star Race, so why not embrace it fully?

World of Outlaws

This would only be reasonable if NASCAR were to make the move to dirt in 2024, but why not partner with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Tour if they make the move back to dirt in 2024? It would be a unique partnership, and it would give some of the dirt fans who came to a NASCAR race a chance to see something they are familiar with.

This would be interesting for NASCAR to expand itself in this unique way. What other series should NASCAR look into partnering with?

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