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eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series 2020 Schedule Revealed

On the eve of the opening event of the 2020 eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series season, the full schedule has been revealed.

Coke is aboard as the new title sponsor and a whopping $300,000 in total prize money is up for grabs this year, but the 40 sim racers competing for it now know they’ll have to navigate a 16-race regular season that runs from Feb. 11 through Oct. 1. That slate is bookended by superspeedway races at virtual versions of Daytona (which pops up again on Aug. 25) and Tallaedga before a four-race playoff that starts at the Charlotte ROVAL and ends at Phoenix — appropriate since the physical NASCAR series will also have their championship weekends at Phoenix Raceway this year — decides the 2020 series champion.

The 20 total races is up from 18 last season, and the racer to emerge from the eight-person playoff field with the title will earn a cool payday of $100,000. Check out the dates and tracks for the entire 2020 schedule below:

2020 eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series Schedule

(* indicates a non-points exhibition race)

Regular Season

  • Feb. 4 – *Daytona Clash
  • Feb. 11 – Daytona
  • Feb. 25 – Auto Club
  • March 17 – Homestead
  • March 31 – Bristol
  • April 14 – Richmond
  • April 28 – Dover
  • May 12 – Charlotte
  • May 26 – Atlanta
  • June 16 – *All-Star Race
  • June 30 – Indianapolis
  • July 14 – New Hampshire
  • July 28 – Michigan
  • Aug. 11 – Watkins Glen
  • Aug. 25 – Daytona
  • Sept. 15 – Darlington
  • Sept. 24 – Las Vegas
  • Oct. 1 – Talladega

Playoffs

  • Oct. 8 – Charlotte ROVAL
  • Oct. 15 – Kansas
  • Oct. 22 – Texas
  • Nov. 1 – Phoenix

Most of the 2020 races will take place Tuesday nights, with the last stretch of the schedule switching to Thursday nights before the championship race is held the Sunday before the NASCAR Cup Series crowns its champion. Coverage of the Daytona opener of the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series is scheduled for 9:00 p.m. ET on Feb. 11, with the race streamed live on eNASCAR.com, Facebook.com/NASCAR, YouTube.com/NASCAR and twitch.tv/iRacing.

 

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