A look at iRacing rigs NASCAR drivers are using
With NASCAR racing postponed through early May at this point, drivers are spending their time on their iRacing simulators.
The eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series continues this weekend with drivers competing at a virtual Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday. Denny Hamlin won the opening race at a digital Homestead-Miami Speedway. Timmy Hill won last weekend’s race at a virtual Texas Motor Speedway.
Here’s a look at the various sim rigs drivers are using.
During Sunday’s iRacing event, I’m pledging $100 for each lap I lead and $5000 if I win the race to benefit families affected by COVID-19 in the Homestead-Miami area. @NASCAR_FDN @feedthechildren. Who’s with me? @JoeGibbsRacing @KyleBusch. For more info https://t.co/tibiUfh4oK https://t.co/tH3q2EfD4R pic.twitter.com/1ADXTXOPoe— Denny Hamlin (@dennyhamlin) March 20, 2020
Big shoutout to my guys at @Team_FRM for working hard this week to build me a custom @iRacing simulator!— Michael McDowell (@Mc_Driver) March 27, 2020
With the overwhelming responses from drivers wanting to be part of the #ProInvitationalSeries, most of the sims in the Charlotte area have been purchased. Ready for Sunday!🏁 pic.twitter.com/JcPVWioRcn
I feel like I should have paid more attention in my computer science course @UWindsor. Haven’t spent much time on this baby in the past few years, but I think I got it tuned up enough to run with the kids tomorrow. @NASCARONFOX If not we’re gonna play fooseball. pic.twitter.com/TpDAnZkan7— Stewart Friesen (@StewartFriesen) March 22, 2020