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Heat Pro League finale, iRacing Pro Series, and what’s the track?

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Another Day at the Office

Newly crowned eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series champ Zack Novak visited iRacing headquarters as part of his victory lap. According to iRacing‘s tweet, Zack also tried out some new content, so we fully expect Dale Earnhardt Jr. to ask him how North Wilkesboro is coming along.

Novak also stopped by Reddit for an AMA.

Sunoco‘s eWorld vs. Real World Challenge

What happens when Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star Bubba Wallace faces off against eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series drivers Malik Ray and Jimmy Mullis?

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What‘s that track?

What‘s this graffiti-laden track? iRacing asked Twitter for wrong answers, and Twitter certainly delivered.


NASCAR Heat 4 October DLC Available

Do you like throwback paint schemes? Thought so. We do, too. NASCAR Heat 4‘s October content pack is now available with a whole bunch of new additions, included with a season pass, or $12.99 for a one-time purchase.

 

iRacing Pro Series Begins

The final step in the ladder to the eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series begins tonight in a seven-race series that will promote 20 drivers to the 2020 class of iRacing‘s highest level of oval racing.

While the top 20 points finishers in the 2019 PEAK iRacing Series are guaranteed a seat in the 2020 field, the bottom 20 must compete against 20 up-and-coming drivers. The top half after the seven-race Pro Series gets promoted, and the bottom half — well, they don‘t.

Four-time PEAK iRacing Series champ Ray Alfalla, who missed last year‘s cutoff by just two points, will compete in the Pro Series for the first time in nine years.


Tomorrow: eNASCAR Heat Pro League Championship Race

A season‘s worth of work will come down to a single evening. The inaugural eNASCAR Heat Pro League champion will be crowned Wednesday in Charlotte following the championship finale at the virtual ISM Raceway.

The drivers of Team Penske Esports, JR Motorsports, Stewart-Haas Gaming and Leavine Family Gaming survived the inaugural season and withstood the tough test that was the playoffs and will now compete for the title of first-ever series champion.

More info on eNASCAR.com

Previewing the Finale

It all goes down 7:30 p.m. ET Wednesday on eNASCAR.com. Don‘t miss it!

 

iRacing Paint Scheme of the Week

Feeling spooky? Brantley Roden painted Kyle Busch‘s M&M‘s Halloween Toyota for iRacing.


Video of the Week

If you haven‘t been keeping up with Rajah Caruth‘s “Types of iRacers” series, you‘re missing out.

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