Nine races are all that stand between 35 talented iRacers and their share of $10,000, as the iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FloRacing begins its season on Wednesday. Comprised of some of the top Dirt Oval racers on the service and a number of popular tracks, including the newly released Fairbury American Legion Speedway as both season opener and finale, this championship will determine the best of the best in wingless sprint car competition.

Many of the names competing for the USAC crown should be familiar to iRacing fans. Drivers like Alex Bergeron and Austen Semmelmann will be running their third iRacing World Championships of the season. Superteams like Swindell SpeedLab Esports, with drivers like James Edens, Adam Elby, Blake Cannon, and brothers Chase and Cole Cabre, will also line up. The international flair of iRacing’s Dirt Oval series carries over into USAC as well, with Bergeron and Alex Smolders representing Canada and Lewis Hewett, Joel Berkley, and Bob King all flying the Australian colors.

The series kicks off on Wednesday with Fairbury’s first-ever iRacing World Championship event, as the popular oval was released as part of last week’s 2019 Season 4 build. “America’s Dirt Track” bookends a season that will see the top three finishers in series points take home $6,000, $3,000, and $1,000, respectively.

The full iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FloRacing driver roster is as follows:

No.

Driver Name

Hometown

0 Jeff Nevins Kearney, MO
3 Lewis Hewett Australia
5 Rusty L Kruger Loomis, CA
8 Matthew W Howard Lawrence, KS
9 Joel Berkley Australia
10 Schyler Brown Greensburg, IN
11 Cole Neuhalfen Lancaster, NE
12 Cole V Cabre Union, NC
14 Alex A Bergeron Drummondville, QC
16 Trevor Fisher Cannelton, IN
18 Austen Semmelmann Brookfield, WI
20 Brennan Rogers Venutra, CA
22 Trey Schmidt Spring, TX
23 Justin Thomas Dewitt, IL
24 Zach Leonhardi Cartersville, GA
36 Nathan Davis Henryville, IN
37 Aiden Purdue Clinton, IL
39 Chase Cabre Cornelius, NC
41 Colton W Hardy Phoenix, AZ
44 Blake Cannon Columbia, GA
49 David Heileman Milwaukee, WI
51 Bob King Australia
52 James Edens Santa Rosa, CA
57 Ryan Diatte Gilroy, CA
57 Anthony LoPresto Osseo, MI
74 Adam Elby Tracy, CA
80 Vinnie Sansone Madison, IL
83 Hunter Connelly Sellersville, PA
90 Trevor Royer Fleetwood, PA
98 James Tiernan Antioch, IL
99 Brett M Osborn Conway, AR
121 Josh Fox Allentown, PA
131 Bobby Sandt Jr Northampton, PA
211 Alex Smolders Merlin, ON
901 Joe Quinn Cuyahoga, OH

The first race of the iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FloRacing season will take place on Wednesday, September 11 at 9PM ET at Fairbury American Legion Speedway. All nine races can be seen on Wednesdays at 9PM ET on the iRacing eSports Network on Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube, and on FloRacing.

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