It got physical at Darlington in the CORT DriveFirst National Series like it used to be back in the day, and Aaron Bean muscled his Mustang past Justin Bland’s Camaro to get the victory at The Track Too Tough To Tame. Bean led 36 laps before ultimately passing Bland with just 5 laps to go in the event with an aggressive move into turn 3. The move got Bean a playoff berth in the CORT DriveFirst National Series playoffs later this fall. Bean joins Tyler Tucker and Stephen Taylor, who got wins in the season opener at Las Vegas and the second event at Daytona respectively.

The CORT DriveFirst National Series heads to New Hampshire Motor Speedway next week, September 2nd, for the Inaugural Labor Day Classic. This appears to be the last race with the current Class B Xfinity platform on iRacing, as there’s a very good chance that by the time the series heads to Lucas Oil Raceway In Indianapolis on September 9th, the series will have migrated to the new Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang and Toyota Supra that iRacing is releasing with the Season 4 build.

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