As eSports grows across the globe, the gaming evolution continues at Richmond Raceway. Our engagement spans across multiple platforms, and is constantly evolving to interact with as many gamers as possible. Richmond Raceway eSports Fueled by Sunoco will have a presence on iRacing and NASCAR Heat 3.
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The eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series will showcase 40 of the world’s best sim racers, with 24 of those drivers competing across 12 different teams. NASCAR teams like Joe Gibbs Racing, JR Motorsports, Wood Brothers Racing, and Roush Fenway Racing will field cars in the series. The series is NASCAR’s only officially sanctioned eSports racing series, and will be celebrating its 10th season in 2019. There will be 18 races in 2019, taking place every two weeks. The season kicks off on February 12 at Daytona International Speedway, and ends in mid-October with the championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Richmond Raceway eSports Fueled by Sunoco participated in the eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series draft, and selected Jimmy Mullis and Malik Ray to represent Richmond.
Mullis is returning to Richmond Raceway eSports Fueled by Sunoco for the second year after being part of the team’s inaugural season. 2018 was a record year for the for the North Carolina native, who earned his first career victory and four Top 5 finishes that landed him 11th in the season rankings. He has participated in sim racing for six years, and will look to continue to develop his racing career as he eyes his first championship.
Ray will not only be competing in his first season for Richmond Raceway eSports Fueled by Sunoco, but this will be his first season in the eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series as a whole. At just 19 years old, Ray has already made a name for himself in the eSports racing scene by collecting 1,361 iRacing wins. In 2018, Ray competed in the iRacing Pro Series, where he earned one victory and two Top 7 finishes. The South Carolina native has been sim racing since 2012.
Fans can watch the Richmond Raceway eSports Fueled by Sunoco team live during each event by following along on the iRacing eSports Network as well as iRacing.com and nascar.com.
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