Global Crossing: K&N Pro Series Sporting Worldly Field At New Hampshire Motor Speedway

LOUDON, N.H. – Interpreters could be very busy at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend.

NASCAR’s window on the world will be in the K&N Pro Series East division this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

It wasn’t that long ago in NASCAR that having a driver arrive for a Touring division event from Arizona or Idaho meant the sport was reaching into new pockets.

Now it’s the K&N Pro Series East that is bringing the world to NASCAR.

The Pro Series East arrived at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for Saturday’s G-Oil 100 sporting a bulging field of 40 cars, representing six different countries and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

The 40-car field includes five drivers from Mexico (Enrique Contreras, Jorge Arteaga, Daniel Suarez, Hector Aguirre and Rafael Vallina).

Also in the worldly category experiencing Loudon in the field are Bryan Ortiz from Puerto Rico, Carlos Iaconelli from Saa Paulo, Brazi, Akinori Ogata from Kanagawa, Japan, Ali Jackson from Kildare, Ireland and Eric Helary from Paris France.

If only the series could have gotten Austin Theriault to move his address a couple miles down the road for his series debut this weekend it could have brought the field seven countries. Theriault is from Fort Kent, Maine just on the border with Canada.

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