There may not be any real-life NASCAR racing happening on Sunday, but thanks to a collaborative industry effort, fans will have a way to see some of their favorite drivers in action.
Dreyer and Reinbold Racing’s Sage Karam used a dominant drive from start to finish to control Saturday’s American Red Cross Grand Prix from the virtual Watkins Glen Int’l.
Ryan Blaney found himself like many race fans last weekend as he watched the NASCAR debut of iRacing from the grandstands.
Indy Pro 2000 Championship competitor Philippe Denes, for RP Motorsport USA, dominated a 27-car field to win the opening round of the Ricmotech Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires iRacing eSeries at the virtual Barber Motorsports Park.
The Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli added a new chapter to its 54-year history on Saturday as the tour took to Lime Rock Park for its inaugural eSports competition with a doubleheader race.
LeafFilter Gutter Protection has announced a partnership with The Replacements iRacing Series for two races starting April 7.
Logan Seavey padded his pockets with a $1,000 paycheck Wednesday night by winning the inaugural World of Outlaws iRacing Invitational at the virtual Volusia Speedway Park.
Porsche and iRacing have joined forces with TAG Heuer, with the timekeeping brand serving as the title sponsor of the Porsche TAG Heuer eSports Super Cup this season.
“You can hardly call this gaming,” NASCAR on FOX announcer Mike Joy noted Sunday. This time, however, it was to a much broader audience.
Ryan Luza held off Garrett Lowe in NASCAR Overtime on Tuesday night at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway to go back-to-back in eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series competition.
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