NASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series to skip this weekend

Jimmy Johnson virtual racing from home. NASCAR surpassed the magical 1 million viewers last weekend - the number sponsors look for before writing a check to a team
Jimmy Johnson virtual racing from home. NASCAR surpassed the magical 1 million viewers the last two weekends – the number sponsors look for before writing a check to a team. IndyCar drew just 162,000

NASCAR confirmed that the eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series will not race Easter Sunday, taking the weekend off. The series is scheduled to resume April 19 at a virtual Richmond Raceway.

NASCAR also confirmed there will be no Saturday event for Xfinity, Gander RV & Outdoors Truck and regional series drivers as was done last weekend at a virtual Bristol Motor Speedway.

Last weekend’s Pro Invitational Series race at a virtual Bristol drew 1,179,000 viewers on Fox and FS1.

The previous weekend’s race at a digital Texas drew 1,339,000 viewers, a record for an eSports event on TV. The first Pro Invitational Series race, which was from a virtual Homestead, drew 903,000 viewers.

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