The pinacle of eNASCAR action is back for another breathtaking season of racing action. The eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series 2021 promisses another step up from last year.
The Coca-Cola Series is largely considered one of the most competitive series in sim racing. The 2021 season will feature the largest field of well-known competitors yet. Beside legends like the four-time champion Ray Alfalla, new blood is looking to make an impression.
One of them is sim racing multi-talent Mitchell deJong. Last year's kingpin Nick Ottinger is looking to repeat a great championship season as well. Drivers like Ryan Michael Luza and Bobby Zalenski are certainly out for blood too, after a short hassle in last year's final saw them both wiped out while fighting for the lead.
In 14 rounds the drivers will fight for eight playoff spots and the chance to win $100,000.
Each events begins at 9 PM ET (3 AM CET the next day).
- Round 1: Daytona International Speedway, February 8
- Round 2: Homestead Miami Speedway, February 23
- Round 3: Las Vegas Motor Speedway, March 2
- Round 4: Atlanta Motor Speedway, March 16
- Round 5: Auto Club Speedway, March 30
- Round 6: Richmond Raceway, April 13
- Round 7: Kansas Speedway, April 27
- Round 8: Circuit of the Americas, May 18
- Round 9: Charlotte Motor Speedway, May 25
- Round 10: Pocono Raceway, June 22
- Round 11: Road America, June 29
- Round 12: New Hampshire Motor Speedway, July 13
- Round 13: Watkins Glen International, August 3
- Round 14: Michigan International Speedway, August 17
- Round 1: Darlington Raceway, August 31
- Round 2: Bristol Motor Speedway, September 14
- Round 3: Talladega Superspeedway, September 28
- Final: Texas Motor Speedway, October 12
You can watch the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series on Twitch or on the iRacing YouTube channel.
14 events will determine eight playoff contestants. Each event consists of two sessions. A qualifying and a race. Only the main race awards points whatsoever. At the end of the regular season these points determine the ten playoff participants. At the beginning of the playoffs points are set to 2,000 for the top 10, the other 32 drivers will still take part in the remaining races, however. The grand final will feature the remaining top four drivers. They get their points set to 3,000 before the race.
The point-structure is as follows: