Darlington Coke Series Enascar 2020

Wide World of Esports: New iRacing build, Coca-Cola Series throwbacks, and a mic’d up Daytona


Coca-Cola iRacing Series schedule updates

NASCAR and iRacing announced some tweaks to the remainder of the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series schedule. Originally slated for Thursday, the playoff events return to their famous Tuesday-night time slot, streaming live on eNASCAR.com.

And, in an exciting change, the Coca-Cola Series finale – now from Homestead-Miami Speedway – will be re-aired by NBC Sports immediately following the conclusion of the NASCAR Cup Series championship race on November 8th.

Season 4 iRacing build drops this week

Wednesday marks the release of iRacing’s Season 4 build, one of the four major new-feature releases of the year. The build includes Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (Dale Jr., rejoice) and we’re mashing the refresh button on iRacing’s Twitter and member forums waiting for the drop of the complete build notes.

@nascarcasm gets a racing simulator

Who wants to tell him this isn’t iRacing? Sweet graphics, though.

Tonight: Coca-Cola iRacing Series at Darlington

It’s time to tackle the track Too Tough To Tame. The eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series makes its annual stop at Darlington Raceway tonight for 250 miles of wall-scraping action.

Only Darlington, Las Vegas, and Talladega remain in the regular season; the top eight drivers in points advance to the playoffs to compete for the winner’s $100,000 prize.

Race preview on eNASCAR.com

Power Rankings on eNASCAR.com

Oh, and if you’re looking for the fast way around the Lady in Black, Logan Clampitt’s got you covered.

Paint schemes of the week

Throwback season! Here are some of our favorites competing in the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series race at Darlington.

Video of the week

If you’re a fan of NASCAR on FOX’s weekly video segment Radioactive, you’ll love iRacing’s latest: iRacing Open Mic, curating the best bits of team audio from the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series race from Daytona. The strategy, the intensity, the emotion – it’s all very real.