Virtual NASCAR racer Paul Alfalla, driving his No. 2 Chevy Impala, has been crowned the virtual NASCAR racing championship for the second year running.
Coming in fifth earlier this week on iRacing’s virtual Miami-Homestead race track earned him enough points to end the season on top. His victory earned him $10,500 and the opportunity to get the rest of his winnings at an actual NASCAR race.
iRacing is growing in popularity and importance as Formula1, NASCAR and other racing bodies are now supporting the various virtual racing series. iRacing is both highly competitive and realistic. An iRacing virtual car has so many parts that many real-time NASCAR teams use iRacing to get to know unfamiliar tracks.