Tuesday: preparing for Texas on iRacing.
Saturday: winning at Texas in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Christopher Bell picked up his eighth victory of the Xfinity Series season just a few days after preparing on iRacing. I suppose it’s safe to say he was prepared.
— Christopher Bell (@CBellRacing) October 29, 2019
— NASCAR Xfinity (@NASCAR_Xfinity) November 3, 2019
Ray Alfalla returns to Victory Lane
It’s been a little while.
Ray Alfalla, four-time eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series champion, had a rough season in iRacing’s premier series, going winless for the first time in series history and falling outside the top 20 in points that would have guaranteed him a spot in the 2020 field.
Alfalla now has to compete through the seven-race iRacing Pro Series during the off-season to prove he still belongs — and he did so handily, returning to Victory Lane at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
— Ray Alfalla (@rayalfalla) October 30, 2019
The excitement on his face speaks volumes. You just can’t see it under his Halloween mask.
— Ray Alfalla (@rayalfalla) November 1, 2019
The iRacing Pro Series continues tonight at Richmond Raceway, streaming on Twitch via iRacing.
NASCAR Heat 4 DLC coming soon
NASCAR Heat on Twitter teased the upcoming November DLC pack with a call for players to guess this month’s theme — but for now, it’s hidden beneath a red tarp.
— NASCAR Heat (@NASCARHeat) November 4, 2019
eNASCAR Heat Pro League in Two Minutes
The inaugural eNASCAR Heat Pro League season was an eventful one with an impossibly close championship battle. Relive all the drama distilled into just two minutes.
The eNASCAR Heat Pro League Season 1 recap video is here! Congratulations to the winner! We will be announcing Season 2 in the near future! Stay tuned! #eNASCARHeat #eNHPL #NASCAR pic.twitter.com/EL9plGssJT
— NASCAR Heat (@NASCARHeat) October 30, 2019
iRacing Paint Scheme of the Week
To celebrate Tony Stewart’s one-off return to the seat of a stock car, Thomas Sink painted the car “Smoke” drove around Circuit of the Americas this weekend.
Video of the Week
So, uhh, this was almost really bad.
— Logan Clampitt (@lclampitt44) November 3, 2019