The Holiday season is a perfect time to sit around the fireplace, reflect on childhood memories… and renew those ultra-competitive sibling rivalries.
And what better way to settle the score than on the sticks, like the good ol’ days? Fire up NASCAR Heat 4 on the family big screen and do your talking on the track.
Should you need help getting in the zone, we thought it would be fitting to relive some of the best moments from the 2019 eNASCAR Heat Pro League season:
Bump-n-Run at Watkins Glen
Sibling rivalries are all about getting the last laugh – and that’s no different in racing. It’s not about who leads the first lap, or the most laps, but rather who leads the last.
wowTHATSgarbage did just that courtesy of a perfectly executed bump and run at Watkins Glen earlier this year.
The 'ol bump-n-run!
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) June 27, 2019
Victory at Last!
We all remember that time we FINALLY edged out our brother or sister for the first time; everything was right in the world. We saw a similar storyline play out in the inaugural eNASCAR Heat Pro League season after JRMDohar broke through at Kansas Speedway to earn his first career eNHPL victory.
— NASCAR (@NASCAR) September 26, 2019
Top Pick Wins Opening Race at Charlotte
Younger brother vs. older – a tale as old as time.
At the opening race in Charlotte, the top pick in the draft quickly proved he was here to stay. 17-year-old Slade Gravitt went toe-to-toe with his older friend and rival THAbear95 and won, putting Wood Brothers Gaming in Victory Lane.
Exhibition Race at Michigan Produces Thrilling Finish
What would the inaugural season produce? How competitive would it be? The questions swirled entering year one of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League – but those were quickly answered and the doubt was put to bed after this finish in the preseason exhibition race at Michigan.
Those are just a few of the memorable moments from a thrilling inaugural season; the list could go on and on – think Stewart-Haas Gaming capturing the title at ISM Raceway or the wild regular season finale at Daytona – but we know NASCAR Heat 4 is waiting for you.
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