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Bowyer Iracing World Of Outlaws 2019

Wide World of Esports: Dirt tracking with Bell and Bowyer, cleaning out the office, and drifting at Richmond

Dirt track racing with Bell and Bowyer

iRacing dirt series champions got the opportunity to meet — and sling some dirt — with NASCAR drivers and dirt-racing enthusiasts Clint Bowyer and Christopher Bell Wednesday at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Seventeen-year-old Blake Matjoulis won the dirt late model series, while 19-year-old Alex Bergeron won the dirt sprint car series. Both teenagers impressed the pros.

Cleaning out the Office

While the iRacing crew is working on moving out of their current office into some new digs, Executive Vice President and Executive Producer Steve Myers shared his trip down memory lane with some old findings from the office.

Did you know the crew produced a never-released console karting game prototype using Simpsons characters? We didn’t, either.

NASCAR Heat teases November DLC

The NASCAR Heat 4 crew showed off some of the upcoming content available soon in November’s DLC pack — including popular paint schemes like Kyle Larson’s Dover-winning ride and what appears to be a floating Ally logo in the middle of the screen. Oh, wait, it’s just camouflage on the No. 48 ride.

Bowlin goes back-to-back in iRacing Pro Series

In the off-season qualifier series for the eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series, Graham A. Bowlin claimed victory last Tuesday at Richmond Raceway, spoiling what looked like a promising night for Cody Byus, who dominated much of the race but ended up finishing 29th after a crash.

This week, the series visited the Monster Mile, where Bowlin repeated his Richmond triumph to go back-to-back and extend his points lead.

The iRacing Pro Series heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway next Tuesday for the fifth race of the mini-series. The top 20 drivers in points at the end of seven races graduate to iRacing’s premier eNASCAR series.

iRacing Paint Scheme of the Week

Throwback paint schemes never go out of style. Dustin Winegardner revived Ted Musgrave’s 1995 paint scheme for the modern-day NASCAR Cup Series Ford Mustang — and, we must say, it aged quite nicely.

Ted Musgraves Paint Scheme 2019

Practice? Yeah, it’s always such a productive use of time.