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Nick Ottinger wins Coca-Cola iRacing event at virtual Dover

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Nick Ottinger scored his 15th career eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series win Tuesday night, winning at virtual Dover International Speedway.

Ottinger, who drives for William Byron eSports, started second.

Brad Davies finished second and was followed by Dylan Duval, Ryan Luza and Keegan Leahy, who started 29th.

Luza was seeking to win a series-record fourth consecutive race.

The 200-lap race featured a track-record two cautions.

The next series race will be May 12 at virtual Charlotte Motor Speedway.


  1. Nick Ottinger
  2. Brad Davies
  3. Dylan Duval
  4. Ryan Luza
  5. Keegan Leahy
  6. Michael Conti
  7. Eric Smith
  8. Graham Bowlin
  9. Bob Bryant
  10. Steve Sheehan
  11. Blake Reynolds
  12. Christian Challiner
  13. Jarl Teien
  14. John Gorlinsky
  15. Malik Ray
  16. Garrett Lowe
  17. Michael Guest
  18. Chris Seharburn
  19. Nahan Lyon
  20. Ashton Crowder
  21. Alex McCollum
  22. Phil Diaz
  23. Justin Bolton
  24. Jake Nichols
  25. Ray Alfalla
  26. Matt Bussa
  27. Michael Guariglia
  28. Zack Novak
  29. Logan Clampitt
  30. Chris Overland
  31. Santiago Tirres
  32. Bobby Zalenski
  33. Corey Vincent
  34. Brian Schoenburg
  35. Casey Kirwan
  36. Jimmy Mullis
  37. Caine Cook

Nick Ottinger wins NASCAR America’s iRacing All-Star race

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Nick Ottinger won the eNASCAR PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series All-Star race held Thursday on NASCAR America.

He claimed the win on a virtual Iowa Speedway after a last-lap pass and side-by-side finish with Ryan Luza, the 2017 series champion.

Ottinger, a 24-year-old from Claremont, North Carolina, competes in the No. 47 car for JTG Daugherty Racing.

The race, which was the first iRacing event broadcast on national television, included NASCAR on NBC analyst Parker Kilgerman and teams owned by real NASCAR organizations, tracks and drivers, including Austin Dillon and Clint Bowyer.

Ottinger and Luza swapped the lead multiple times over the last three laps after Luza led most of the 70-lap race.

“I just had to bide my time for a straight exit and really research which line to run to get a better run on him,” Ottinger told NASCAR America after the race. “He set up the door for a crossover so I just had to keep my foot to the floor.”

Ottinger, who is currently eighth in the PEAK Antifreeze iRacing Series, has won more than 350 iRacing races including 13 at the pro level.

Following this week’s event, iRacing will return to NASCAR America on NBCSN on the last Thursday of every month for a four-race series. More information on the three future iRacing events on NBCSN will be revealed in the coming weeks. Need more video? Check out our YouTube page here.