eNASCAR Heat Pro League heads to Iowa for Round 7
Esports | June 17th, 2020
The penultimate race of Segment 2 in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League season will take place Thursday evening at Iowa Speedway.
From the high banks of Talladega to the short oval of Iowa, the eNASCAR Heat Pro League season rolls on.
Fresh off their wins at the Alabama superspeedway, JTG Daugherty Throttlers pilot Justin Brooks (Xbox One) and Team Penske eSports driver Corey Rothgeb (PS4) snagged pole position in their respective races tonight. Brooks has already secured his place in the postseason with his Segment 1 performance, but remains a threat for wins every week.
Brooks’ lap of 22.8133 was just barely enough to top Luis Zaiter’s 22.8134. Only 0.0001s separated the two drivers. Championship leader Daniel Buttafuoco timed in third. Diego Alvarado and Brian Tedeschi rounded out the top-five.
Rothgeb, who currently leads the Segment 2 standings, ran a lap of 22.846 and was 0.039s quicker than Brandyn Gritton’s 22.885. Mike Braas will start third after just missing out on the win at Talladega with Cody Giles filling out the second row. Kyle Arnold is looking to usurp Rothgeb’s position atop the championship and will do so from fifth on the grid tonight.
Justin Brooks 22.8133Luis Zaiter 22.8134Daniel Buttafuoco 22.882Diego Alvarado 22.915Brian Tedeschi 23.001Jose Ruiz 23.015Slade Gravitt 23.034Matthew Selby 23.036Nick Walker 23.104Tyler Dohar 23.105Sam Morris 23.108Jordan McGraw 23.137Matthew Heale 23.170Riley Ogle 23.185
Corey Rothgeb 22.846Brandyn Gritton 22.885Mike Braas 22.938Cody Giles 22.961Kyle Arnold 22.975Maxwell Castro 22.987Joey Stone 22.988Josh Parker 23.008Brandon Hanna 23.035Josh Harbin 23.039Joe Gornick 23.045TJ McGowan 23.056Nick Jobes 23.117Jason Mitchell N/A
This upcoming race will go green at 8 p.m. EST and will be streamed live on Motorsport.tv. It can also be viewed at NASCARHeat.com/Live, Facebook.com/NASCARHeat or Twitch.tv/704nascarheat
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