Daniel Buttafuoco, better known as LuckyDog385 in the gaming world, captured his first ever eNASCAR Heat Pro League championship Wednesday night courtesy of a classic bump-and-run move on title rival Justin Brooks.
The Germain Gaming driver made the pass with two laps to go at Bristol Motor Speedway and left no room for retaliation, quickly powering away from Brooks to earn the 2020 title and a $30,000 payday.
Buttafuoco was forced to survive a unique elimination style format that saw the night start with eight championship contenders and three races on the horizon, before ultimately whittling down to a Final 4 showdown at Bristol Motor Speedway.
The championship run for Buttafuoco, and a stout season from his teammate Kyle Arnold, also propelled Germain Gaming to the 2020 team championship.
— eNASCAR.com —