Motorsport.com reporter André Wiegold recently sat down with Polish driver Maciej Dreszer in Venray to talk racing and why he decided to give the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series a try.
Maciej Dreszer is a 21-year-old driver from Krakau, Poland. He started his career with 16 years in the KIA Picanto Cup and later switched to Volkswagen Golf Cup.
Afterwards he moved over to the Toyota TMG GT86 Cup at Nurnburgring in the VLN where he won the championship and the 24-hour race in his class last year.
He’s also driven in the GT4 Series and earlier this year he switched to NASCAR Whelen Euro Series at DF1 Racing in the No. 66 car in the Elite 2 championship division.
In Valencia, the rookie finished third twice and at Brands Hatch he scored finishes of third and fourth, respectively. In his most recent race on the oval at Venray he came home fourth and eighth.
André Wiegold asked him several questions concerning his season and why he decided to give NASCAR a try.
Read the full interview on www.motorsport.com