Born: April 21, 1999
From: Mexico City
2018 NASCAR K&N Series Driver
2017 NASCAR Challenge Mexico WINNER
2016 Stock V6 Mexico Series CDMX 2nd Place
2016 Stock V6 Mexico Series Monterrey 3rd Place
Born: July 26, 1984
To drive for NextGen Motorsports in the NASCAR K&N Series
Born: November 25, 1988 (age 29)
From: Monterrey, Mexico
To drive for NextGen Motorsports and Telcel Racing team for the 2018 season of NASCAR Mexico Series, in which he will defend his crown.
Great season of Abraham Calderón in the return of NASCAR to Mexico, conquering the title to become two-time champion of NASCAR Mexico. He dominated the Series with five victories (Puebla, Aguascalientes, Pachuca, Querétaro, Chiapas), in addition to six podiums and two privileged positions, to add a total of 468 points. In addition, he ratified his title in the Tractocamiones with 892 points and four wins (Monterrey, San Luis Potosí, León and Pachuca), two second places, two third places, seven poles position (Monterrey, San Luis Potosí, Guadalajara, León, Pachuca, Puebla and Mexico City) and a better tour (León).
With six victories, nine podiums, 10 top-10 and five top-5s in a season of 10 competitions, the regio Abraham Calderón reached 920 points to proclaim himself the champion of the Super Cup Telcel Tractor. Abraham, by the way, also ran the Super V8, where he got the top-ten overall with 7 top-10 and 5 top-5, getting 670 points.
Born: August 13, 1991
Birthplace: Monterrey, Nuevo León
Residence: Moorville, North Carolina, EU
He began his career in karting in 1997. With several consecutive championships and four national championships, he earn confidence to become the youngest Champion in the Shifter 125cc Nationals. Baca had several wins, poles and championships in the Formula series.
In 2013, Enrique had his debut in NASCAR Mexico with an eighth place overall. In the US, in the NASCAR Wheelen All American Series drives 6 races and gets 2 top-5 and 5 top-10. He also won the Super V8 Copa telcel Mexico Rookie of the year. He was nominated for the NASCAR EU Drive for Diversity Program (D4D) in 2016.
In 2017 Enrique returns to race to Mexico after he did it in the neighboring country last year. This time he will be participating in Telcel presents NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series.
Born: July 20, 1994
Hometown: Miami, FL
Luis Rodriguez Jr. fell in love with motorsports early in life. His father Luis Sr., a lifelong racing fan, took little Luis to many racing events as a child and there began his love for the sport. Instead of watching cartoons on tv as many children do, Luis Jr. would watch only racing on tv. The only time he would stay still for hours was while watching a race on tv. At the age of 6, he got the opportunity to drive an Easykart 40 at the Opa-Locka Karting track and he was instantly hooked. He loved everything about the sport and felt happiest while driving. From that moment on, all he spoke about was racing. In 2001, at the age of 7, his dream finally became a reality when he found his first Race-Kart under the Christmas tree. He relentlessly practiced every Saturday at the Homestead Karting track and every Wednesday night at Opa-Locka. He got better and better very fast. People that had been racing karts for a while called him a natural and he was very fast right out of the box.
In 2015, Luis Jr. proved his sports car potential while racing the number 17 RS-1 Porsche Cayman in the Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge finishing second in the overall point standings. For 2016 Luis Jr. piloted the #29 Lamborghini Huracan for Change Racing.