90 mins of IMSA Pro Drivers

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This Saturday iracing will be streaming the 90 mins of IMSA @ Sebring featuring RL Pro drivers.

Several other events are scheduled to fill the void of cancelled RL races.
 
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Kurupt CDN

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Indycar series will start streaming next sat.


INDYCAR iRacing Challenge featuring several series stars to debut March 28

INDYCAR is going racing again, virtually that is.

INDYCAR and iRacing, the world’s premier motorsports racing simulation, are partnering to
currently stage six virtual race events featuring a stellar lineup of current NTT INDYCAR
SERIES drivers and possibly some special guests beginning Saturday, March 28.

Each race will be streamed live on indycar.com for the enjoyment of racing fans while the
current 2020 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season is suspended through April as a result of the
coronavirus situation. While indycar.com will serve as the primary live streaming source, there
also will be secondary platforms to watch the virtual race events each week – INDYCAR’s You
Tube and Facebook Live as well as iRacing’s Twitch.

Each virtual race event, which will last approximately 90 minutes to two hours, will begin at 4
p.m. ET each Saturday through May 2.

To enhance the fan experience, INDYCAR will conduct a 15-minute, pre-race virtual autograph
session with several of the participants beginning at 3:15 p.m. each week. There also will be a
live interview with the race winner by post-race host Katie Hargitt on INDYCAR’s Instagram
immediately following the conclusion of the race.

The inaugural INDYCAR iRacing Challenge race venue will be selected through bracket voting
by fans today through Thursday. Fans can vote daily on the track match-up in the bracket to
determine which venue will advance to the next round. The voting, which has a 12-hour window
beginning 10 a.m. daily after today, is available through the @INDYCAR Instagram handle or
online at indycar.com/iracing.

The opening virtual race event will be followed by Barber Motorsports Park (April 4), “Driver’s
Choice” track (April 11), “Random Draw” track (April 18 ), Circuit of The Americas (April 25) and
a non-INDYCAR “Dream” track (May 2).

The INDYCAR iRacing Challenge events will feature qualifications in addition to the races.
Teams will be able to design car liveries to match their desired paint schemes. To further give
the action an authentic look and feel, each car will be equipped with INDYCAR’s new
Aeroscreen, a revolutionary cockpit-protecting device introduced for the 2020 season.
The INDYCAR iRacing Challenge will not crown an overall champion but will add a special
element where INDYCAR will make a donation to one of its partner charities.
An entry list of the drivers participating, along with the bracket-winning race venue for the
opener, will be announced next week.