While the Coca-Cola 600 is set to go green just after 6 p.m. ET on Sunday, the racing festivities will actually begin a few hours earlier at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Sunday also marks the start of the inaugural eNASCAR Heat Pro League season.
The season-opener comes two months after 14 NASCAR teams drafted 28 players to compete on two separate consoles.
The races, which will be on the virtual Charlotte Motor Speedway, will be held at the NASCAR Trackside Live stage and will be streamed on NASCAR’s Facebook and 704Games’ Twitch channel.
Green flag for the Xbox One race will be at 3:30 p.m. ET. The PlayStation 4 race is set to start at 4 p.m. ET.
Each race will be approximately 30 minutes in length on each console. The number of laps will change from track to track as a result. There are no stages but there will be a mid-race caution. Points will not be awarded for finishing order at the time of the mid-race caution.
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The second race of the season is scheduled for Wednesday, May 29. The full 16-race schedule will be announced at the end of the week.
Here are the full driver rosters for each console.
Xbox One Drivers/Teams:
Greg Matarazzo / Chip Ganassi Gaming
Nicholas Vroman / Leavine Family Gaming
Tyler Dohar / JR Motorsports
Brian Tedeschi / Team Penske Esports
Nick Walker / Roush Fenway Gaming
Diego Alvarado / Petty Esports
Josh Shoemaker / Stewart-Haas Gaming
Sam Morris / Hendrick Motorsports Gaming Club
Daniel Buttafuoco / Gibbs Gaming
Justin Brooks/ JTG Daugherty Throttlers
Matt Heale / GoFas Gaming (GoFas Racing)
Jordan McGraw / RCR Esports (Richard Childress Racing)
Jacob Kerr / Germain Gaming (Germain Racing)
Casey Gomme / Wood Brothers Gaming
PlayStation 4 Drivers/Teams:
Slade Gravitt / Wood Brothers Gaming
William Arnold / Germain Gaming
Joey Stone / RCR Esports (Richard Childress Racing)
Hunter Mullins / GoFas Gaming (GoFas Racing)
Zach Onson / JTG Daugherty Throttlers
TJ McGowan / Gibbs Gaming
Nick Jobes / Hendrick Motorsports Gaming Club
Brandyn Gritton / Stewart-Haas Gaming
Mike Braas / Petty Esports
Cody Giles / Roush Fenway Gaming
Corey Rothgeb / Team Penske Esports
Jason Keffer / JR Motorsports
Josh Harbin / Leavine Family Gaming
Josh Parker / Chip Ganassi Gaming