The NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series is coming back to Phoenix International Raceway, per a recent report. The Toyota 120 is scheduled for Friday, February 28 and it is the second time that the series has visited PIR.
“It’s great to be back in Phoenix for the second year. For the competitors in the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series it is exciting to share this upcoming series of events with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series,” stated Federico Alaman Gonzalez, General Director of NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series
PIR is the only track in the United States to host a NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series race. This season the race has been increased to 120-laps, from 75-laps in 2013.
A full field of 30-drivers are expected to race at PIR and that includes: 2013 NASCAR Mexico Series champ Rodrigo Peralta and defending Toyota 120 champ Abraham Calderon.
“We are excited to host the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series and the Toyota 120 again this year,” Phoenix International Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber said. “Last year’s inaugural event was sensational, on and off the track, and we look forward to building on that success this year and in the future.”