As real-world motorsport pauses in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, iRacing will preview and recap a series of events featuring real-world drivers competing on iRacing, with event links, entry lists, and more as they are made available.

Date: Tuesday, March 24

Time: 9PM ET/6PM PT

Car/Track: NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway

Stream: Podium eSports | twitch.tv/podiumesports

Expected Pro Entries (subject to change):

Driver

Known For

Anthony Alfredo Driver, #21 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Justin Allgaier Driver, #7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Josh Berry Driver, #88 JR Motorsports Super Late Model
Chase Briscoe Driver, #98 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Harrison Burton Driver, #20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, NASCAR Xfinity Series
William Byron Driver, #24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Cup Series
Ron Capps Driver, Don Schumacher Racing Dodge, NHRA Funny Car
Ross Chastain Driver, #6 Roush Fenway Racing Ford, NASCAR Cup Series
Boris Cook PR Representative, Joe Gibbs Racing, NASCAR Cup Series
Jonathan Davis Car Chief, #1 JR Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Tim Dugger Musician, Curb Records (“Beer On A Boat”)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Owner, JR Motorsports/Analyst, NBC Sports
Christian Eckes Driver, #18 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota, NASCAR Truck Series
Jordan Erickson Graphic Designer, Team Penske
Todd Gilliland Driver, #38 Front Row Motorsports Ford, NASCAR Truck Series
Taylor Gray Driver, #17 DGR-Crosley Racing Ford, ARCA Menards Series
Justin Haley Driver, #11 Kaulig Racing Chevrolet, NASCAR Xfinity Series
Kevin Hamlin Spotter, #88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Cup Series
Drew Herring Sim Driver, Toyota Racing Development
Kevin Iannarelli Driver, #27 Modified/iRacing Associate Producer
Parker Kligerman Driver, NASCAR Cup Series/Analyst, NBC Sports/Owner, Burton Kligerman eSports
Chad Knaus Crew Chief, #24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Cup Series
Kyle Long 3-time NFL Pro Bowl selection/Owner, Mode Motorsports
Ty Majeski Driver, #45 Niece Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Truck Series
TJ Majors Spotter, #22 Team Penske Ford, NASCAR Cup Series
Tyler Overstreet PR Representative, #19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, NASCAR Cup Series
Coleman Pressley Spotter, #2 Team Penske Ford, NASCAR Cup Series
Ben Rhodes Driver, #99 ThorSport Racing Ford, NASCAR Truck Series
Garrett Smithley Driver, #51 Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet, NASCAR Cup Series
Ryan Truex Driver, #40 Niece Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Truck Series
Bubba Wallace Driver, #43 Richard Petty Motorsports Chevrolet, NASCAR Cup Series
Josh Williams Spotter, #12 Team Penske Ford, NASCAR Cup Series

 

Synopsis: After a thrilling debut in with NASCAR Cup Series cars at Atlanta Motor Speedway just over a week ago, The Replacements expands to an eight-race series that will alternate between Cup cars and street stocks. This week’s event adds iRacing legends and real-world racing standouts Ty Majeski and Ron Capps to the entry list, which was already stacked with professional talent thanks to names like Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chase Briscoe, and William Byron. But they’ll all be chasing Josh Williams, who traded in his space in the spotter’s stand to dominate the debut Replacements race in Atlanta.

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