The eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series heads in 2023 at full throtlle, which sees the very best drivers in this category take part in a revised calendar that will really provide great interest and take place over the course of just under eight months.
Not only will there be new tracks, but the series will go truly international for the very first time on the April 11th, as the fearsome Autodromo Nazionale Monza will host round four, along with the Milwaukee Mile (Round 2) on February 28th being the other new track to join the extensive calendar.
The LA Coliseum Clash exhibition race on January 31st will be a welcome hive of activity and anticipation ahead of the full season, which last year saw XSET‘s Casey Kirwan take the overall title, Williams Esports‘ Donovan Strauss being classed at Rookie of the Year and the Stewart-Haas Esports duo of Steven Wilson and Dyian Duval securing the Team Champion crown.
As always, the eNASCAR calendar provides some of the well-known and highly-respected tracks known to the genre, combining a welcome mix of short and long ovals, plus road courses that always add tension, drama and great racing.
Pocono Raceway will host the last race of the traditional 14-round calendar on August 1st this year, before the three playoff rounds take place between mid-August and mid-September at Michigan, Dover and Phoenix to decide who will head to the LAN finale live from the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte on September 26th.