“I cannot believe it,” Botelho said to Podium eSports in the post-race interview. “I was shaking on that last lap. I cannot express my emotions right now. I am so excited and that was a hell of a race. It’s awesome.”
Like the previous event, it ended up being led by one guy from flag-to-flag, and this time, it was Berry taking that honor, and taking the virtual trophy.
Up-and-coming NASCAR star, Ryan Vargas, showed off his “Race Promoter” skills in a time where the real world action sits sidelined due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joshua Williams, the spotter in real life for Team Penske’s No. 12 Ford, driven by Ryan Blaney, took his virtual No. 12 Ford to the front early and often, and went on to win The Replacements 100.
Only short track series in sim racing to be sanctioned by a real-life sanctioning body to become largest series of its kind in the world.