A new schedule for the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series was announced last week on 5th January for the upcoming 2023 race season for the top level oval drivers on the iRacing platform. 40 drivers will compete for their share of $300,000, the champion looking to take home more than $100,000 of that.
20 teams of two drivers a piece will also fight for a team championship again this season. Last season, Casey Kirwan with XSET was able to score the Driver’s Championship while Stewart-Haas Esports was victorious in the Team Championship.
New tracks on the calendar include The Milwaukee Mile and Monza Circuit. Once again, the finale will take place live at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, but the virtual venue will be Homestead-Miami Speedway this year instead of Phoenix Raceway, which will instead be the penultimate race of the season.
|CLASH||31-Jan||eNASCAR Clash at the LA Coliseum||20/40/70|
|1||14-Feb||Daytona International Speedway||80|
|2||28-Feb||The Milwaukee Mile||100|
|3||14-Mar||Atlanta Motor Speedway||100|
|5||11-Apr||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||30|
|7||2-May||Las Vegas Motor Speedway||100|
|9||30-May||Charlotte Motor Speedway||100|
|10||13-Jun||World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway||120|
|11||27-Jun||Watkins Glen International||45|
|13||25-Jul||New Hampshire Motor Speedway||101|
|15 – PO1||15-Aug||Michigan International Speedway||60|
|16 – PO2||29-Aug||Dover Motor Speedway||120|
|17 – PO3||12-Sep||Phoenix Raceway||120|
|18 – C4||26-Sep||Homestead-Miami Speedway||100|