Invitational iRacing action featuring some of NASCAR’s top drivers from around the world is set to return on December 12, as the eNASCAR International iRacing Invite waves the green flag at 6 p.m. ET. More than 25 racers, including representatives from the NASCAR Canada Series, NASCAR Mexico Series, NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, NASCAR Brasil Sprint Race, and NASCAR’s three national touring series, will take on a doubleheader featuring the Los Angeles Coliseum and Brands Hatch’s Indy layout, with a $5,000 prize on the line.
The action kicks off on the LA Coliseum quarter-mile, which will play host to the Mexico Series for the first time in February 4 before the NASCAR Cup Series Clash at the Coliseum. The event begins with a series of 12-lap heat races to set the grid, followed by a 40-lap main event. From there, it’s off to England, where the Euro Series will stage a doubleheader on June 8-9. At Brands Hatch, all racers will compete in an eight-lap sprint race and a 16-lap feature.
Fans can expect many of NASCAR’s top iRacers to take part, including NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt Jr., 2023 NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff driver Parker Kligerman, and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series front-runners Ty Majeski, Carson Hocevar, and Rajah Caruth. Other drivers expected to contend for the wins include Treyten Lapcevich and Alex Tagliani from the Canada Series, Paul Jouffreau from the Euro Series, Victor Barrales and Jake Cosio in the Mexico Series, and former iRacing pro Jeff Giassi in the Brasil Sprint Race. A full entry list will be released closer to the event.
The eNASCAR International iRacing Invite will stream live on Tuesday, December 12 at 6 p.m. ET at eNASCAR.com and across iRacing social media networks. For more information about eNASCAR, visit www.eNASCAR.com. For more information on iRacing and for special offers, visit www.iRacing.com.