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Harrison Burton wins IceBox Pickup Throwdown Series race at virtual Gateway

In a race where tempers flared and etiquette lessons were completely disregarded, Harrison Burton emerged victorious at the virtual World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway.

Thursday night’s 100 was an absolute paint trading affair in which the IceBox Pickup Throwdown Series racers did not hold back, especially as the laps wound down!

While Tyler Hill appeared set for the win, he was the recipient of Anthony Alfredo’s chrome horn in Turn 1 on the final lap. As both drivers regained control of their trucks, Burton snookered his way past Kyle Weatherman, Alfredo, and Hill to capture an exciting win.

The IceBox Pickup Throwdown iRacing Truck Series is a five-race esports streaming series that culminates with a championship finale. The series is an invite-only event created for NASCAR Truck Series and Xfinity Drivers who accumulate points throughout the series and compete for the championship bundle of cash and prizes. Each event is 100 laps and broadcasts live Thursday nights on YouTube and Twitch.

The 100 offered $700 in prize money. In addition to $500 going to the winner, $100 each went to the second-place finisher and Pole Award winner. The Halfway leader won a Gen-Y hitch valued at more than $500. The Pickup Throwdown Series is a point series, with the season-ending champion earning $500 in prize money, plus an IceBox Helmet Cooler system (valued at $5,000) and a Dragonfire Workbench (valued at $4,000).


Race Results:

Series Leaders:

First place ($500):  Harrison Burton

Second place ($100):  Derek Kraus Pole Award ($100):   Kyle Weatherman

Gen-Y Hitch Halfway Leader Award (free hitch):  Tyler Hill

Forney Fastest Lap: Harrison Burton (34.245)


The series is produced by Podium eSports, the industry-renowned team behind the Replacements 100, and is broadcast live on YouTube via the Out of the Groove channel, hosted by Eric Estepp, the No. 1 NASCAR content creator on YouTube with more than 111,000 subscribers. The series is also live streamed on Podium eSports’s Twitch channel.




The IceBox Pickup Throwdown series (Race No. 5)  will conclude with the IceBox 100 100 championship race on Thursday, May 21 (8 p.m.) at virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway. Race time is 8 p.m. EST on YouTube and Twitch.


May 21, 8 p.m. EST — IceBox 100 — Homestead-Miami Speedway – Championship Race

The Pickup Throwdown series was created by IceBox Helmet Cooler, Jordan Anderson Racing, AM Racing and A.E. Engine, with A.E. Engine’s Digital Creators Network serving as the Executive Producer of the production. Learn more at and