$10,000 will be on the line today in NASCAR Heat exhibition races that will feature Cup Series rookie Tyler Reddick and Xfinity Series driver Kaz Grala.
The races, which will be played on PlayStation 4 and XBox One, starts at 2 p.m. ET on a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Reddick and Grala will compete in the XBox One race.
The race will be broadcast through Motorsport Network, with coordination from Speed51.
Qualifying was held Wednesday through Friday, with the fastest qualifiers from each console invited to the main event.
The race will serve as a preview for the 2020 eNASCAR Heat Pro League Season, with the preseason beginning March 25.
The eNHPL consists of 14 teams from the Race Team Alliance and is a partnership between the RTA, Motorsport Games and NASCAR. There is $200,000 on the line this season.
Stewart-Haas Racing won the inaugural eNASCAR Heat Pro League championship Wednesday, beating Leavine Family Racing on a tiebreaker after both teams finished with 4,079 points. The tiebreaker was laps led.
The finale featured two 70-lap races, one for the PlayStation 4 league and one for the Xbox One league. Fourteen drivers were in each race.
Nick Vroman (@HD_Motorsports) won the Xbox race for Leavine Family Racing. Brandyn Gritton (@SmokeFan14_B20) won the PlayStation 4 race for Stewart-Haas Racing.
Team Penske Esports finished third in points. JR Motorsports was fourth.
Players for Leavine Family Racing and Stewart-Haas Racing were the winners of the 11th round races in the eNASCAR Pro League Wednesday night, which were held on a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Josh Harbin (@ThAbEaR_95) won for Leavine Family Racing in the PlayStation 4 race and secured the team a spot in the championship round.
Josh Shoemaker (@SHG Slick 14x) won the XBox One race for SHR, which will also be in the championship round.
The championship round will be held on a wild card track on Oct. 23rd and will consist of Team Penske, JR Motorsports, Stewart-Haas Racing and Leavine Family Racing.
Here is the point standings heading into the season finale.
You can watch the races in the video below
JR Motorsports and Chip Ganassi Racing were the winners of the second playoff round races of the eNASCAR Pro League Series Wednesday night, which were held on a virtual Kansas Speedway
Josh Parker of Chip Ganassi Racing won the PlayStation 4 race for his first win of the season. Parker is not a playoff contender.
JR Motorsports’ Tyler Dohar, a playoff contender, won the XBox One race for his first win of the year.
The teams for GoFas Racing and Wood Brothers Racing were eliminated from playoff contention.
There are two rounds left in the playoffs. The next race will be held Oct. 9 on a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway and the season finale is scheduled for Oct. 23 on a wild card track.
Here are the point standings with two races left in the playoffs.
You can watch the races in the video below.
The Cup Series isn’t the only NASCAR series starting its playoffs this week at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The eNASCAR Heat Pro League got its four-race playoff underway Wednesday with two races on a virtual version of the 1.5-mile track.
Justin Brooks (mrTRACKBAR33) won for JTG Daugherty Racing in the Xbox One race, scoring his third win of the season. Josh Harbin (ThAbEaR_95) won for Leavine Family Racing in the PlayStation 4 race, earning his second win of the season.
You can watch the full races in the video below. The second round of the playoffs will be held Sept. 25 on a virtual Kansas Speedway. The third round is scheduled for Oct. 9 on a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway. The championship race will be held Oct. 23 on a wild card track.