What’s Happening?

The eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series enters its 15th season in 2024. Plenty of NASCAR drivers and team owners field race teams in this series. eNASCAR just unveiled the race teams for 2024, and we have compiled all of the announced drivers for the season.

  • 20 race teams field two cars each in this series. There are 19 races, with the first race coming at the virtual Daytona International Speedway on January 30th.
  • According to the eNASCAR announcement, each driver is considered a “Free agent” for 2024. This means that any race team can sign any driver heading into the season.
  • The eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series has a following of fans, and it facilitates some interesting connections between individuals.

BS+Competition: Garrett Lowe #89 and Jordy Lopez #90

BS+Competition signed Garrett Lowe and Jordy Lopez for the 2024 season. Lowe finished 4th in the 2023 Series while driving for Jim Beaver. Lopez moves over from Team Dillon, where he finished 5th in the standings in 2023. This is BS+Competition’s first eNASCAR season, but they have raced in multiple other esports including IMSA.

eRacr: Tyler Garey

Tyler Garey will race for Parker Kligerman and Landon Cassill’s eRacr team. Garey finished in 19th in the standings in 2023. Kollin Keister and Collin Bowden raced for the team in 2023, and both finished outside of the top 20 in points.

Kansas City Pioneers: Wyatt Tinsley #20 and Graham A. Bowlin #48

Kansas City Pioneers has one new and one returning driver for 2024. Wyatt Tinsley returns to race full-time in the #20 car. Graham A. Bowlin is the new driver for the team in the #48 car.

Kevin Harvick Inc.: Matt Bussa #62 and Jimmy Mulling #29

Kevin Harvick Inc. is new to eNASCAR, but, the company used to field a NASCAR Xfinity Series and a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series team, winning 53 races. Matt Bussa and Jimmy Mulling will race for the team. Bussa finished 17th in the standings in 2023.

M80: Ryan Luza #80 and Steve Wilson #10

M80 is also a new race team for 2024, and they bring in defending champion Steven Wilson to drive the #10 car. Luza will drive the second car, and he finished outside of the top 20 in the standings in 2023.

Spire Motorsports: Malik Ray #7 and Casey Kirwan #77

As if Spire Motorsports did not have enough additions in the offseason, they now have an eSports team. Malik Ray finished 15th in the standings for Jim Beaver eSports in 2023, while Kirwin is the 2022 Series Champion.

This will be an interesting storyline to watch as the 2024 NASCAR season approaches. Who will take home this year’s Championship?

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