Nick Ottinger scored a statement victory Tuesday at Dover International Speedway in the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series, putting an end to a three-race win streak from Ryan Luza.
Ottinger, the veteran driver, handed over his second position on the all-time wins list following Luza’s win in the last race at Richmond, but Ottinger’s victory – his first since Talladega last year – moved him back into a tie for No. 2 behind series G.O.A.T. Ray Alfalla. It also denied Luza a fourth straight win, which no driver has ever accomplished in series’ history.
Ottinger’s victory was the first for William Byron eSports, a new team in this year’s eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series.
See more at eNASCAR.com.