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Wide World of Esports: Stewart-Haas Gaming wins eNHPL, Owen Larson’s gaming seat, and Dale Jr. teases a new track

Stewart-Haas Gaming Beats the Heat

The inaugural season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League is in the books, and Stewart-Haas Gaming’s name will be etched in history as the first-ever league champions.

On PlayStation 4, SHG_HotRod_14p put on a dominant performance, leading all but 12 laps at the virtual ISM Raceway. It was a closer battle on Xbox One, where HDMotorsports95 from Leavine Family Gaming went full send on the final corner, edging SHG Slick 14x for the victory.

After Stewart-Haas Gaming and Leavine Family Gaming tied in points, the tiebreaker ultimately fell in SHG’s favor.

Full story on eNASCAR.com

Owen Larson: Next iRacing Star?

A juvenile sim-racing setup? You’d better believe it. Four-year-old Owen Larson is wasting no time getting up to speed on iRacing on his very own racing rig.

Novak’s Media Tour Continues

Zack Novak, eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series champion, continued his post-championship media tour with a visit to iRacing HQ, joining the iRacing Downshift crew on the sim’s own podcast.

Novak also managed to get some fantasy football advice from ESPN’s Mike Clay, a fellow iRacing enthusiast. Send some of those tips our way, Zack!

Teasing Nashville Fairgrounds

Dale Earnhardt Jr. posted a caption-less photo of an iRacing van at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. Could it mean Junior’s favorite short track is coming to the virtual world?

eNASCAR in the News

Front Office Sports spoke with NASCAR about its efforts in the esports space from a business perspective and the goals for 2020.

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iRacing Paint Scheme of the Week

Zoinks! Michael DiPasquale painted what Corey LaJoie’s GoFas Racing car from Martinsville would look like on an Xfinity Series-style Ford Mustang. Spoiler alert: It looks fantastic. Maybe iRacing will scan the Mystery Machine next. We can dream, right?

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Video of the Week

Gander Outdoors Truck Series driver and sim racing connoisseur Anthony Alfredo gave us a comparison between racing Texas Motor Speedway in iRacing and strapping into a real truck.