Dusenberry Martin Racing and Monster games have given fans a little more insight into the returning Challenges feature within the NASCAR Heat Evolution game. Sharing some details on how the challenges are presented, and what fans can expect to be pitched up against once the game hits the digital shelves on September 13th. While challenge events have been missing from recent editions of the game, Dusenberry Martin Racing and Monster games have taken the decision to return the popular feature to NASCAR Heat Evolution. Due to release with a total of 23 unique challenges (one for each track), the game will give you an opportunity to either "replay history, rewrite history, or take control of a fantasy situation". With the successful completion of each challenge you will be rewarded with a "Toyota Track Tip" video featuring NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Toyota drivers. Below is a sneak peak of the Denny Hamlin Daytona video: DMR and Monster games have confirmed additional challenges will be made available as both free and paid DLC post game release. Below are three examples revealed by DMR of the type of challenges available in NASCAR Heat Evolution: Bristol: Take the wheel as Matt DiBenedetto at the Food City 500 and see if you grab a 6th place finish, or better! Dover: Relive the final laps of the 2016 AAA 400 Drive for Autism as Matt Kenseth. Can you fend off Kyle Larson and Chase Elliot to take home the checkered flag? Talladega: Think you’re as good at restrictor plate tracks as Dale Earnhardt Jr? Hop in the driver seat at Talladega and fend off the entire field as you race for a 1st place finish. Get ready, this one is tough! If you missed it first time around, you can view the official trailer below. NASCAR Heat Official Trailer: Check out the NASCAR Heat Evolution forum here at RaceDepartment. The place to go for all the latest new, game discussions and previews for the upcoming NASCAR game. NASCAR Heat Evolution will be available to purchase for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on the 13th September. Looking forward to NASCAR Heat Evolution? Glad to see the return of Challenges? Let us know in the comments section below!