Jimmy Mullis took the lead away from Corey Vincent on the final lap to to win the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series All-Star Race on Tuesday night at Nashville Superspeedway.
Mullis was side-by-side with Vincent going into Turn 1 on the white-flag lap as the two drivers made contact. Vincent got loose and was unable to keep the momentum going, allowing Mullis to pull away for the $3,500 win in the non-points event.
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Vincent took the lead away from Bob Bryant with five laps remaining and was able to hold on for second place behind Mullis. Vincent took home $1,000, while third-place driver Michael Guest came away with $500.
Graham Bowlin started on the pole after winning the 40-lap preliminary heat prior to the 60-lap showdown. Matt Bussa and Michael Guest transfered to the All-Star Race from the All-Star Open.
It’s back to points racing for the Coca-Cola iRacing Series next Tuesday at Watkins Glen International, 9 p.m. ET on eNASCAR.com/live.