As the two leaders slammed into the inside pit wall, Corey Vincent, running in third, stayed high and passed the carnage en route to his first victory of the 2019 eNASCAR Peak Antifreeze iRacing Series season, and third of his career.
“Everybody at Burton-Kligerman eSports works so hard, and I’ve made so many mistakes this year, and I’ve been down on myself,” Crowder said post-race to RaceSpot TV. “I didn’t think that I was going to get any sort of good finish, really. I got an eighth place last week, and obviously a win this week, I just can’t believe it, honestly.”
“I don’t know how we did it, but after coming close so many times, having good runs that just haven’t gone our way, to finally win, everyone, all the people that supported me… it feels good to finally win.”
With only a few races left before the 2019 eNASCAR Peak Antifreeze iRacing Series playoffs, the cutoff for the eight-driver championship battle has tensions higher than ever leaving Pocono Raceway.
“The setup was on rails, all night. We struggled a little bit in the first run, but we got it fixed up after pit stops.”
“Boy, oh boy, we delivered, and that’s a huge relief, and I’m just stoked.”
“I knew if I was going to get by Keegan, I had to do it very, very quickly, because there is no guarantee with those cautions like we saw, and just to try and get a gap for all the guys that took four (tires).”
Ryan Michael Luza took home the checkers once again, holding off Keegan Leahy and Corey Vincent at Texas Motor Speedway.
A first time winner in the brand new racing package emerged at Auto Club Speedway on Tuesday night.
“I didn’t have huge hopes coming into this race, I felt like we were a little bit off in testing, but I guess I was just being crazy because the car was amazing.”