After a promising outlook entering the long weekend, an unfortunate ending befell rising star Rajah Caruth on Saturday in the Explore the Pocono Mountains 225 at Pocono Raceway.
The eNASCAR College iRacing Series is a new initiative by NASCAR and the NACE Starleague (a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Esports and CSL Esports) to bring … Continue Reading New collegiate eNASCAR iRacing Series qualifying open now
PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Jan. 31, 2022) – Monday Night Racing (“MNR”) today announced that its Pro Series season four championship event will be sponsored by Market Rebellion, LLC (“Market … Continue Reading Market Rebellion to sponsor Monday Night Racing championship event
On Tuesday, NASCAR, in conjunction with iRacing, announced the return of the eNASCAR Pro Invitational Series, once again to be broadcasted live on both of NASCAR’s broadcast partner networks on Wednesday nights during the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
The main event on Sunday will be 200 laps around the 0.75 mile short oval, and will be fought out among 36 drivers. $1,000 is guaranteed to the winner, and the total purse is over $2,000.
“For us to win on the 75th anniversary of Richmond Raceway, that’s absolutely perfect.”
“For me, I’m still so inexperienced with oval (racing), I’m just trying to learn each time,” deJong continued, talking highly of his teammates. “I do like putting in the hours to learn how to drive it, and set up the car, but these guys are just masters at dialing things in. It’s so helpful to learn from them.”
Ray: “It’s just… I don’t have any words, I’m at a loss for words. The whole reason why I even won that race was because of all of my teammates… It’s a lot, I’m just really happy.”
The virtual race will take place on Thanksgiving weekend in lieu of the real event getting axed due to COVID-19.
Nick Ottinger took tires and charged through the field in the closing laps to beat Bobby Zalenski, winning the 2020 title.
The final part, part four of four in the TReSports Championship 4 ePreview Series is Bobby Zalenski, driver of the No. 83 Virtual Racing School Chevrolet for the Virtual Racing School team.
Part three of four in the TReSports Championship 4 ePreview Series is Ryan Luza, driver of the No. 53 Williams Esports/Chillblast Ford for Williams Esports.
Part two of four in the TReSports Championship 4 ePreview Series is Nick Ottinger, driver of the No. 25 Logitech G Chevrolet for William Byron eSports.
Part one of four in the TReSports Championship ePreview Series is Michael Conti, driver of the No. 8 WR1 Chassis Chevrolet for JR Motorsports.
“To be in the spot we were in after the ROVAL, where I had a money shift at a really bad time… to be in that spot and almost have it last week, to have it ripped away… It took two years to get a win, but we did it at the right time.”
“I had two seconds on Ottinger, I was winning that race until the caution came out… that’s how it goes,” Leahy said.