Rookie Kollin Keister of Roush Fenway Racing survived the season’s longest race, varying pit strategies and a late-race charge from one of the series’ best to bring home his first career victory in the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The Coca-Cola 300 is historically one of the most grueling races on the Coca-Cola Series schedule, and it has a tendency to produce unexpected winners; since the inception of the series in 2010, Charlotte has produced a different winner each year. This time was no exception.
At the end of 200 laps, Keister put his Ford Mustang in Victory Lane in just his sixth Coca-Cola Series start. He’s the first first-time winner since Ashton Crowder won at Darlington last August and the fourth driver to score career victory No. 1 at Charlotte.
Garrett Lowe managed to get past Ryan Luza late in the evening to finish second.
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