23 Oct eNASCAR Heat Pro League Championship Finale
After 22 races and countless hours of practice and competitive races it all comes down to four teams this Wednesday in the season finale for the eNASCAR Heat Pro League Season.
Four teams – Team Penske Esports, Stewart-Haas Gaming, Leavine Family Gaming, and JR Motorsports – will battle it out in a winner-take-all night of racing in the Xbox One and Playstation 4 divisions in the studios at NASCAR Productions in Charlotte.
The teams will be joined by the other teams who are racing for bragging rights to score a win to close out the season at virtual ISM Raceway.
Although Team Penske Esports has led the season standings for most of the season, they will enter the finale tied with the three other teams as the team that scores the best combined finish in the races will be crowned champions.
Josh Harbin (ThAbEaR_95) scored a win in the regular season but he has turned up his performance in the postseason after he picked up his third win of the season and the second of the playoffs to help Leavine Family Gaming advance to the finals while SHGSlick14x made a last-lap pass to pick up his third win of the season as well and help Stewart-Haas Gaming also make it to the finals.
Stewart-Haas Gaming has the strongest resume of any team entering the finals as drivers SHGSlick14x and SHG_HotRod_14p have each scored three wins to give their team the most wins of any other organization this season.
SHG_HotRod_14p has also scored more poles than any other driver in either division this year with seven poles while SHGSlick14x has also scored a pair of pole awards during the season to also set the mark for any team this season.
Despite scoring just one win this season for Team Penske Esports, Brian Tedeschi (ShellVPower22) and Corey Rothgeb (Pennzoil2) have used consistency to stay near the top all season long. Both drivers will also be watch JR Motorsports drivers Tyler Dohar (JRMDohar88) and Jason Keffer (JRM_Keffer7) who also enter as long shots to score the championship.
After qualifying for the season finale at ISM Raceway, Corey Rothgeb (Pennzoil2) picked up his second pole of the season and will lead the Playstation 4 division to the green flag while SHG Slick 14x earned his third pole of the season in the Xbox One Division.
The show will kick off at 7:30 p.m. with the first race scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET.
Tune in to see which team will be crowned champions of the 2019 eNASCAR Heat Pro League season.
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