NASCAR Mexico Series Back at LA Coliseum

Big news for car racing fans! The NASCAR Mexican Series will once again be held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2024, in place with the Busch Light Clash. So this gathering will give you not only the thrill of NASCAR Cup, but MS as well. This famed venue, celebrated for hosting grand events like Super Bowls and Olympic Games, aims to bring additional racing excitement.

Clash at the LA Coliseum in 2024

Notably, the LA Coliseum is hosting the BLC race for the third consecutive time. This year’s event is of special note. Races from both the NASCAR Cup and MS are scheduled on the same day.

Certainly an event worthy of any racing fan’s attention, and not just in the United States. Attendees will have the rare chance to watch drivers from two different NASCAR series compete at a single location.

The Coliseum has a reputation for hosting grand, significant happenings. It’s been the venue for several Super Bowls and multiple Olympic Games. Its extensive history makes it an excellent setting for the drama of the BLC and MS races.

Competitors in the Mexico Series are aiming high. They seek to become the first Mexican titleholders to secure a victory at this iconic location.

As it is known the MS was already an active event in 2004, and in 2007 it gained weight on the international scene, besides it is considered to be a great springboard for young riders like the famous Daniel Suarez. How MS Rules is held in about a dozen different cities in Mexico, making it particularly exciting. Plus, we recommend you check out these drivers:

  • Daniel Suárez – Started his career in stock car racing back in 2008;
  • Max Gutierrez – Many fans around the world consider him a rising star in racing;
  • Andres Perez de Lara – As he progresses in his career, he also draws attention to himself.

For those unable to attend, Fox will serve as the chief broadcaster for the 2024 BLC and NMS races. Claro Sports will offer an alternative viewing option.

The upcoming event is full of potential. A prestigious venue, competitors from two distinct NASCAR series, and extensive broadcasting options make February 4, 2024, a must-remember date for racing aficionados.

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