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Our updated EuroNASCAR Esports Series – Schedule 2020 is online!
Last update: 6/16/2020
A calendar featuring a mix of European and American tracks
After the non-championship Prologue event at Daytona, the weekly EuroNASCAR Esports Series will head towards virtual Brands Hatch, UK on April 28 for a night of Pure Racing on the iconic Indy Circuit, home of the popular American SpeedFest in real life. The following Tuesday, the ENES will make a virtual trip to the other side of the Atlantic to race at Watkins Glen allowing European racers to compete at the legendary track in the federal state of New York.
On May 12, the series will return to Europe to celebrate a very special debut: Circuit Park Zandvoort will welcome the NWES drivers for the first time for a night of door-to-door racing on the 4.307 km road course on the North Sea shore. The road course layout of the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway will close the regular season on May 19.
Following the evolution of the measures adopted worldwide to face the COVID-19 pandemic and the progressive loosening of the lockdown situation in Europe, Team FJ announced today a revised schedule for season 1 of the EuroNASCAR Esports Series. Beginning with Round 3 at Circuit Zandvoort, the virtual events on iRacing will have a bi-weekly cadence.
The Zandvoort event will take place on Tuesday, May 19, followed by the last round of the regular season at virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway on June 2. The playoffs will begin with the June 16 event at the Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit, while on June 30 it will be the Charlotte Roval to host the penultimate race of the ENES. The series will conclude with the Final at virtual Circuit Zolder on July 14th.
For the first event of the double-points paying playoffs, the ENES will return to Brands Hatch to race on the Grand Prix layout for another unique debut. The second Semi Final will then take place at the unique Charlotte Roval in North Carolina while the season will close at one of the crown jewels of the real-life NWES calendar: Circuit Zolder in Belgium.