eNASCAR International Series returns in November; ADAC SimRacing Expo livestream scheduled in December
The eNASCAR International Series will return in November as a live stream from the ADAC SimRacing Expo in Germany is scheduled in December.
The eNASCAR International Series presented by D-BOX and powered by Digital Motorsports will return for a second helping in 2022. The series, which ran back in the beginning of the year with a five-race season will run another five races starting on 15th November at the virtual Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
On 4th December, the Sunday during the ADAC SimRacing Expo in Nuremberg, Germany, the third race of the series at Daytona International Speedway will be broadcasted live from the event. It’s unknown which drivers will participate in that particular event at this time.
The second race of the season will be at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park on 22nd November. The season concludes with a race at Circuit Zolder on 13th December and a visit to the Lady in Black, a date with Darlington Raceway on 20th December.
The second season, which ran in January and February earlier this year, saw Alon Day, an Israeli-born NASCAR Whelen Euro Series multi-time champion, take the overall title over NASCAR Pinty’s Series driver Treyten Lapcevich, NASCAR Mexico Series driver Victor Barrales Jr, and NASCAR Drive for Diversity driver Rajah Caruth.
All three of the international series plus the NASCAR Drive for Diversity will once again be represented in the third season. A roster, however, is not yet available. Neither is the iRacing vehicle that they’ll race in, or the format and length of the races. The first two seasons utilized the NASCAR Xfinity Series Class B car. More details will be announced later.
Broadcast times for the four non-ADAC SimRacing Expo events will be on Tuesday nights starting at 6:00 p.m. ET (23:00 BST, 00:00 CEST) while the Sunday special on 4th December will start at 9:00 a.m. ET (14:00 BST, 15:00 CEST).
2022 eNASCAR International iRacing Series SEASON 3 Schedule
- 15th November– Las Vegas Motor Speedway
- 22nd November – Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
- 4th December – Daytona International Speedway (9 a.m. ET)
- 13th December – Circuit Zolder
- 20th December – Darlington Raceway