iRacing Standout Majeski Scores ARCA Win
Ty Majeski, former Xfinity Series driver and #1-ranked (and #2-ranked) iRacing driver, claimed his first-career ARCA victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway Thursday night.
We did it!!!!! pic.twitter.com/R1JVxLh3MC
— Ty Majeski (@TyMajeski) May 24, 2019
We like to think his iRacing experience helped him at least a little bit.
Wood Brothers Gaming Lands Esports Sponsor
Wood Brothers Racing’s gaming arm announced a new esports-exclusive sponsorship in its efforts in both the eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series and the eNASCAR Heat Pro League.
Spin Scooters will sponsor the iRacing efforts of Wood Brothers drivers Ray Alfalla and Chris Overland, as well as the Heat Pro League cars of drivers Slade Gravitt and Casey Gomme.
— Wood Brothers Racing (@woodbrothers21) May 23, 2019
NEWS: @WoodBrosGaming inks new sponsor for NASCAR esports leagues.
— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) May 23, 2019
Penske, Wood Brothers Win Heat Pro League Openers
The inaugural race of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League is in the books. The league’s 28 drivers, drafted by 14 real NASCAR teams, converged Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the first-ever races of the much anticipated esports series.
Team Penske’s Brian Tedeschi emerged the winner after a wild race on Xbox.
Slade Gravitt, of Wood Brothers Gaming, led flag to flag on PS4.
All I can really say is THANK YOU! I love all of the kind messages after the race. It’s an honor to represent @Team_Penske & @Shell_OnTheRoad in the eNHPL. From IMS to Charlotte, it was a Memorial Day weekend I won’t ever forget! Can’t wait for Auto Club Wednesday! #eNASCARHeat pic.twitter.com/f0gFjUNyiP
— Brian Tedeschi (@BrianTedeschi) May 27, 2019
Awesome job today my dude! @Slade_G84 with an inaugural #eNASCARHeat win! Craziest part, I told him pre-race if he wins, I’d buy him a @ridespin scooter. Looks like I’m buying a scooter. Lol pic.twitter.com/snElta9RWB
— Wood Brothers Gaming (@WoodBrosGaming) May 26, 2019
— 704Games NASCAR Heat (@704NASCARHeat) May 26, 2019
Congratulations to @Team_Penske & @woodbrothers21 for their P1s in the inaugural #eNASCARHeat Pro League race held yesterday at @CLTMotorSpdwy – 2 happy gamers today I'm sure! pic.twitter.com/j7zDVvsWkH
— Colin Smith (@ColinCFSmith) May 27, 2019
Well that #eNASCARHeat Pro League race was crazy 😅
All of your messages and support mean everything! Thank you❤️ pic.twitter.com/mrCh5W7TuR
— Joey Stone | Sloppy_Joe (@Sloppy_Joe_YT) May 27, 2019
— JR Motorsports (@JRMotorsports) May 26, 2019
Wasn’t the finish we were looking for but this has been an incredible day! Sam and I are going to put in work and are looking forward to Auto Club on Wednesday! #eNASCARheat @HendrickGC pic.twitter.com/w7ULDPfj9D
— Nick Jobes (@NJobes25) May 26, 2019
— John Paul Minitello (@akaPR0B0SS) May 26, 2019
The Heat Pro League makes its second stop of the season Wednesday at Auto Club Speedway.
Leahy Wins PEAK iRacing Series at Charlotte
Tuesday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Keegan Leahy scored his first victory of the 2019 eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series season, and the first win for G2 Esports.
Leahy’s win marked the 11th different winner in 11 races at Charlotte. The top three finishers — Leahy, Blake Reynolds and Chris Shearburn — all scored career-best finishes.
After battling his way through 300 miles, Keegan Leahy emerges victorious in Charlotte in his #62 @G2esports machine!
— iRacing.com (@iRacing) May 22, 2019
— G2 Esports Sim Racing (@G2simracing) May 22, 2019
The PEAK iRacing Series heads to a reconfigured Sonoma Raceway June 11.
iRacing Paint Scheme of the Week
Mike E Holloway re-created Austin Dillon’s Coca-Cola 600 ride for iRacing, featuring a sharp design with Coke Zero Sugar colors.
Video of the Week
Now this is how you make an entrance. Well done, RCR Esports driver Joey Stone.
— Branden Williams (@BWilliams_38) May 26, 2019