Entering its 15th season, the eNASCAR iRacing Series is one of the most competitive and professional championships in sim racing, with a $300,000 prize pool on offer as well as some interesting formats for events.
There are 18 rounds across the season, all bar the final four rounds are split up into three stages. At the end of every stage, the driver who has accumulated the most points in those races earns a cash prize and additional points should they make the playoffs. To qualify for the playoffs, drivers must be in the top 10 of the points standings or the top 20 with a win assuming any driver from 2nd to 10th does not have a win.
For the next three races, all the playoff qualifying drivers have their points wiped and are given 2000 points plus additional points for placing first at the end of a stage and race wins they earned throughout the season. Then after those three races, the top four in the standings have their points wiped and are given 3000 points. For the onsite finale, the drivers will race at the NASCAR Hall of Fame where whoever of the Championship 4 places highest up at the end will become champion.
The eNASCAR Road to Pro Qualifying iRacing Series runs in tandem with the main series, and anyone with a Class A oval licence can compete in it via iRacing‘s own ranked competition system. The best 20 scoring drivers can then race against the main series’ bottom 20 drivers in the Contender Series later this year.
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