Wide World of Esports: Fun with FaceApp, Heat 4 on Cup Cars, and a Week of eNASCAR Ahead

FaceApp Fun

iRacing’s social media team gave the familiar pit crew the ol’ FaceApp treatment. They all aged so nicely.

Hopefully this doesn’t mean the virtual pit crew isn’t into some weird facial recognition database or something now.

Koch’s Esports Sponsorship Success

FilterTime founder Blake Koch briefly tweeted about success found from sponsoring JR Motorsports’ eNASCAR efforts.

The FilterTime colors first appeared on Michael Conti’s eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series car before eventually making their way to Justin Allgaier’s NASCAR Xfinity Series ride at Kentucky Speedway.

NASCAR Heat Contingency Decals

If you caught the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday, you might have spotted NASCAR Heat 4 contingency decals on the sides of many cars in the field to promote pre-orders for the game’s September release.

Or, if you don’t want to wait for NASCAR Heat 4, Chip Ganassi Gaming driver Josh Parker’s got you covered.

Tonight: PEAK iRacing Series at Pocono Raceway

The eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series takes to Pocono Raceway tonight (9 ET, eNASCAR.com). Just three races remain until the eight-driver playoff field is set. Keegan Leahy last won at the Tricky Triangle and currently leads series points over Ryan Luza.

Power Rankings on eNASCAR.com

Wednesday: Heat Pro League at Indianapolis

The inaugural season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League inches closer to the playoffs Wednesday at the virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway (7:30 p.m. ET, eNASCAR.com).

Team Penske Esports currently leads Leavine Family Gaming by just six points in the team championship standings.

iRacing Paint Scheme of the Week

Like throwbacks? You’ll love Aly Osman’s update of Jeff Gordon’s famous paint scheme from the 1997 NASCAR All-Star Race — the car called "T-Rex" — brought to life on iRacing’s modern-day Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

Jeff Gordon Replica Iracing 2019

Video of the Week

Wood Brothers Racing unveiled their Darlington throwback paint scheme honoring late team founder Glen Wood — using a video created in iRacing.