eNASCAR College iRacing Series Round 1 Recap
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The top forty college-aged sim racers in North America battled it out at the eNASCAR College iRacing Series powered by NACE Starleague.
Round 1 Results
First – Colton Salek , A Freshman at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University studying Aerospace Engineering.
Second – Shawn Jencsik, A Junior at University of Rhode Island studying Mechanical Engineering.
Third – Daniel Buttafuoco, a Junior at Rutgers University studying Supply Chain Management.
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The eNASCAR College iRacing Series powered by NACE Starleague consists of three separate races which are divided across the Spring semester using Time Attack Qualifiers. The first round of these timed trials sent the top collegiate racers in North America to the high banks of the Playfly Sports 60 Race at Daytona International Speedway.
More than 260 drivers representing over 190 unique colleges and universities fought on the charts to whittle down the competing list to 40 schools. The entry list for the opening round represented some of the top developing talents currently participating in the iRacing competitive series.
The young, aspiring drivers then competed for a chance to earn a share of the $50,000 2022 prize pool in scholarship earnings.
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