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April 6, 2020

Associated Press:
Byron wins virtual Bristol; Bubba ‘rage quits’ early in race by Jenna Fryer

Autoweek:
Sponsor Drops Bubba Wallace for ‘Rage Quitting’ Bristol eNASCAR iRacing Event and
William Byron Finds eNASCAR iRacing Retribution at Bristol by Matt Weaver

Drive Tribe:
Virtual temper tantrum could have real-world implications for one NASCAR driver and
William Byron dominates to win NASCAR iRace at virtual Bristol by Greg Engle

Fox Sports:
NASCAR iRacing: William Byron wins wild virtual crashfest at Bristol that he knew was coming by Jenna Fryer

Frontstretch:
William Byron Dominates Bristol iRacing Pro Invitational Series Race by Zach Gillispie;
Moving On from 2020, Motor Mile Ahead of the Times by Bryan Keith;
Bubba Wallace Loses Blue-Emu Sponsorship After “RageQuit” in Bristol iRacing Event by Zach Gillispie;
Even With a Little Added Pressure, William Byron Stays Calm for Bristol iRacing Win by Nick Tylwalk

Kickin the Tires:
Byron cleanly sweeps Bristol Pro Invitational by Seth Eggert

Kingsport Times News:
Cup Series champs ruled Food City 500 in 2010s and
Byron wins Food City Showdown at virtual BMS by Jeff Birchfield

Motorsport:
William Byron wins chaotic Bristol Pro Invitational event by Nick DeGroot;
Byron: “Tough” to sim race with drivers of varied skill sets by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
Byron Wins Drama Filled Food City Showdown at Virtual Bristol by Luis Torres

NASCAR.com:
Bristol winner Byron feels iRacing etiquette should match real life by Chase Wilhelm

NBC Sports:
Winners and losers from virtual Bristol and
William Byron wins Pro Invitational Series race at virtual Bristol by Dustin Long

New Mexico Motorsports Report:
Driver tempers flare at virtual Bristol and a sponsor bails on Bubba Wallace by John Haverlin

Speedway Media:
Jeffrey Earnhardt ready to put on ‘one hell of a show’ when NASCAR racing resumes by Angela Campbell;
William Byron puts on a clinic at Bristol by Gavyn Do

USA Today:
Clint Bowyer, Bubba Wallace erupt after iRacing wreck at Bristol by Nick Schwartz


April 5, 2020

Autoweek:
Bobby Labonte Returns to Spotlight with eNASCAR iRacing Pro Series by Matt Weaver

Bristol Herald Courier:
Mike Joy behind the mic at virtual BMS today by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer:
Not everyone is happy about NASCAR’s new iRacing format. Some Cup drivers are left out by Alex Andrejev

Kickin the Tires:
Logan Seavey upsets the NASCAR regulars in Saturday Night Thunder and
Will Rodgers partners with Spacestation Gaming in eNASCAR competition by Seth Eggert

Motor Racing Network:
This Day in NASCAR History: April 5

Motorsport:
Dirt star Logan Seavey wins inaugural Saturday Night Thunder by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
Logan Seavey captures Saturday Night Thunder iRacing victory

NBC Sports:
April 5 in NASCAR history: Jeff Gordon finally breaks through in Texas and
NASCAR’s top 5 moments from Bristol Motor Speedway by Daniel McFadin;
Today’s iRacing Cup race at virtual Bristol: Start time and more and
Logan Seavey wins Saturday Night Thunder at virtual Bristol and
NASCAR, sports executives join President Donald Trump on call by Dustin Long

Racer:
The Lockdown Diaries: Sparco by Kelly Crandall

Racin Boys:
NASCAR goes virtual at Thunder Valley by Lee Spencer


April 4, 2020

Autoweek:
Behind the Scenes of iRacing on FOX by Matt Weaver

Bristol Herald Courier:
Strange but true: Bristol Motor Speedway to be quiet on what was supposed to be ‘Race Week’ by Allen Gregory

ESPN:
Nevada approves betting on virtual NASCAR races by David Purdum

Frontstretch:
Cinderella Slipper Cracks: NASCAR iRacing Star Ty Majeski No Longer Able To Battle Cup Series Competition by Mike Massie;
Fantasy NASCAR iRacing: Picks for 2020 Food City Showdown at Bristol Motor Speedway by Joy Tomlinson

Kingsport Times News:
Wallace milestone, Busch brothers highlight Food City 500 in 2000s by Jeff Birchfield

LASTCAR:
Bobby and Roger Reuse Enjoy a Solid Afternoon in Mosport by Brock Beard

Morganton Herald News:
Virtual racing helps us get to know ‘The Intimmydator’ by Justin Epley

Motor Racing Network:
This Day in NASCAR History: April 4;
Drivers Set for Bristol Showdown by Jeff Wackerlin;
Announcer Spotlight: Dan Hubbard

Motorsport:
NASCAR forced to postpone Pinty’s Series opener at CTMP by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series Power Rankings, Race 3: It’s Bristol, baby by Steve Luvender, @nascarcasm, and Pat DeCola

NBC Sports:
NASCAR addresses company layoffs; staff reductions at Iowa Speedway by Nate Ryan;
Where Are They Now? Hut Stricklin still part of Alabama Gang by Jerry Bonkowski;
April 4 in NASCAR history: Rusty Wallace honors Alan Kulwicki after Bristol win and
NASCAR Pinty’s Series postpones season opener by Daniel McFadin;
Has virtual racing given Jimmie Johnson a head start on IndyCar? by Bruce Martin

Roberts NASCAR Notes:
Odds to win 2020 eNASCAR iRacing Food City Showdown at virtual Bristol by Micah Roberts


April 3, 2020

Forbes:
Just Like All Of Us, NASCAR Driver Joey Logano Is Hunkered Down, But Active And ‘Intense’ At Home by Andy Frye

Frontstretch:
e4 Burning Questions: Where’s the Money? by Michael Finley

Fox Sports:
Is this a joke? 10 of the most surprising stories in NASCAR history by Bob Pockrass

Kickin the Tires:
Clint Bowyer talks 2020 season and iRacing by Sarah Handy;
Bell on top in FS1’s WoO iRacing Invitational by Seth Eggert

Kingsport TimesNews:
Gordon’s four straight, Kulwicki tribute highlight first decade of Food City 500s by Jeff Birchfield

Motor Racing Network:
This Day in NASCAR History: April 3

Motorsport:
The best Esports races to watch in April by Josh Suttill;
NASCAR delays launch of Next Gen car to 2022 by Nick DeGroot

NASCAR.com:
Debate: What is the best trophy in NASCAR? by Jonathan Merryman and Chase Wilhelm;
Next Gen car debut delayed until 2022 due to coronavirus pandemic

NBC Sports:
April 3 in NASCAR: Darrell Waltrip let it ‘all hang out’ for Darlington win by Daniel McFadin;
Friday 5: Drivers take fans behind the scenes online and
NASCAR delays debut of Next Gen car to 2022 by Dustin Long

Racer:
Johnson an eager novice in ‘parallel world’ of Esports by Marshall Pruett;
The Lockdown Diaries: The NASCAR Truck team and
A Small tale from the big leagues and
INSIGHT: Bristol date strikes a bittersweet chord for DiBenedetto and
The Lockdown Diaries: The NASCAR Truck team and
NASCAR delays Next Gen rollout by Kelly Crandall

Racin Boys:
NASCAR made the prudent decision in shelving the Next Gen car by Lee Spencer


April 2, 2020

Front Office Sports:
NASCAR Virtual Races Pave Way for Esports Expansion by Pat Evans

Frontstretch:
Rig Life: Will eNASCAR iRacing Grudges Carry Over to Real NASCAR Races? by Nick Tylwalk;
2-Headed Monster: Should NASCAR Run All 36 Races When the season Restarts? by Clayton Caldwell and Mark Kristl

Inside Dirt Racing:
Christopher Bell, Trent Ivey win on the virtual dirt in Charlotte by Richard Allen

Motor Racing Network:
Opinion: ‘Let’s Race Two’ by Pete Pistone

Motorsport:
Bubba Wallace says social distancing may remain in NASCAR by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
H2H: Which driver is the biggest early surprise outside the top 10? by Terrin Waack and Zack Albert;
eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series gets new look for Bristol

NBC Sports:
Bristol adding Saturday Night Thunder iRacing event for non-Cup drivers by Jerry Bonkowski;
April 2 in NASCAR history: Dale Jr. gets first Cup win in Texas and
‘No blood, sweat or tears’ in iRacing, but there still are tempers by Daniel McFadin;
Tony Kanaan says his message of IndyCar-NASCAR unity aimed at fans by Nate Ryan

USA Today:
Jimmie Johnson says ‘the opportunity could be there’ to delay retirement, return in 2021 by Michelle Martinelli