Nick Ottinger took tires and charged through the field in the closing laps to beat Bobby Zalenski, winning the 2020 title.
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.
“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 was going to be happy with a Top 20 and just not getting wrecked, and I made the right call,” Luza said. “Took two tires early, got up to around 20th, and then we had four tires for the really, really long run. I was just in the right spot at the right time.”
Special by Jacob Seelman for The Racing Experts BRISTOL, Tenn. – Ryan Luza held off Garrett Lowe in NASCAR Overtime on Tuesday night at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway … Continue Reading Luza Dominates Late For eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series Win At Bristol