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Preview: eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series All-Star Race at Nashville Superspeedway

The 2021 eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series All-Star Race will be held Tuesday, July 27 at virtual Nashville Superspeedway at 8 p.m. ET (eNASCAR.com), pitting the series’ top drivers against each other in a race for the $3,500 grand prize.

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The event will be split into two segments: a 23-driver All-Star Open qualifier, followed by the main event. Past series champions and drivers who have won a race or started from the pole in either 2021 or 2020 are automatically locked into the main event. Others not meeting the criteria will compete in the Open for two transfer spots.

In the All-Star Open, drivers will compete in a 40-lap shootout on a single set of tires. There will be a scheduled competition caution on Lap 25, setting up the 15-lap dash to the finish. The top two finishers in the Open advance to the feature event.

The All-Star Race will be 60 laps and have competition cautions on Lap 20 and 45. For the length of the race, drivers are allowed two sets of tires (including the starting set).

Second place in the main event will win $1,000 and third place earns $500.

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All-Star Roster (locked in): Keegan Leahy, Logan Clampitt, Chris Shearburn, Michael Conti, Ryan Michael Luza, Bob Bryant, Vicente Salas, Mitchell deJong, Jimmy Mullis, Ray Alfalla, Bobby Zalenski, Nick Ottinger, Corey Vincent, Graham A. Bowlin, Casey Kirwan, Ashton Crowder, Kollin Keister, Brandon Heyse Kettelle, Zach Novak, Kenny Humpe and Richard Towler