iRacing & USAC Partner For New eSports Series


INDIANAPOLIS – The United States Auto Club and iRacing have announced the formation of the iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FloRacing.

The nine-race eSports tour kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 11, seeing the best of iRacing’s non-winged sprint car drivers visiting some of America’s most iconic dirt ovals.

This year’s iRacing USAC World Championship schedule starts and finishes with iRacing’s newest addition, Fairbury Speedway.

“We’re looking forward to adding the iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FLORacing to our slate of championship eSports competition,” said Motorsport Simulations president Tony Gardner. “Wingless sprint cars produce some of the most exciting racing action anywhere in America, and we can’t wait to see how the world’s top iRacers will handle them with $10,000 on the line.”

$10,000 is on the line for this year’s participants, with a top prize of $6,000 to the winner, $3,000 for second place, and $1,000 for third.

Alongside the cash prize, the champion will receive a two-day experience at the Cory Kruseman Driving School, and recognition at USAC’s end-of-season banquet.

The remainder of the top 10 drivers in series points will receive iRacing credits.

The iRacing USAC World Championship presented by FLORacing schedule is as follows:

Sept. 11: Fairbury American Legion Speedway
Sept. 18: Kokomo Speedway
Sept. 25: Limaland Motorsports Park
Oct. 2: Eldora Speedway
Oct. 9: Knoxville Raceway
Oct. 16: Kokomo Speedway
Oct. 23: Williams Grove Speedway
Oct. 30: Limaland Motorsports Park
Nov. 6: Fairbury American Legion Speedway

All races will be broadcast live on the iRacing eSports Network on Wednesday nights.


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