eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series drivers will fight for a piece of a $5,000 prize pool in the All-Star Race next week at the virtual Nashville Superspeedway. Past champions and drivers who have either won a race or started from pole in the 2021 and 2020 eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series are locked into the feature race. Another 23 drivers will fight for two spots in the main event in a separate All-Star Open race.
The evening will begin with the All-Star Open race, a 40-lap sprint with no extra tire sets provided to the drivers. There will be a competition caution at lap 25 to bunch the field up for a 15-lap sprint to the finish.
The top two finishers from the All-Star Open will advance to the main All-Star race, which is split into one heat and a feature. The heat race is another 40-lap race, this time with no cautions. The All-Star feature race will be 60-laps in length with cautions on lap 20 and 45 setting up a 10-lap sprint to the checker. Drivers will be limited to just two sets of tires, including the set they start on, in the feature race.
Apart from the pre-defined cautions on laps 20 and 45, there will be no other cautions in the feature race.
All of the races will utilize NASCAR’s Next-Gen chassis. The winner of the feature race will pocket $3,500, second place will take home $1,000, and third place will claim the final $500 of the pot.
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