‘It’s go-time’ for the inaugural eNASCAR Heat Pro League season
Esports | May 25th, 2019
eNASCAR Heat Pro League Leavine Family Racing driver Josh Harbin, known as ‘ThAbEar,’ will lead 28 drivers into Charlotte Motor Speedway for the first race of the season.
will be well represented.
Harbin will be joined by Nicholas Vroman – who’s handle is ‘HD Motorsports’ – as they will compete for the race win and championship in front of Chase Elliott and other NASCAR Cup Series drivers at the Trackside Live display at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
“Couldn’t ask for a better opportunity to show the world our talents and display what we got,” said Harbin. “Never in a million years did we ever think we would be right here.
“It’s because of folks who believed in us doing what we can do and we’re forever grateful and thankful and we can’t wait to make it payoff come Sunday (with a win).”
Vroman was the second overall pick in the Xbox portion of the draft and he echoed many of Harbin’s comments.
“I’m excited to get my No. 95 Leavine Family Gaming car out there at Charlotte and give it all my best and go for the win,” he said.
“When I bought (NASCAR Heat 3) six months ago I never dreamed in a million years I would be standing in Leavine Family Racing’s shop right now with all of these great NASCAR fans.”
Both drivers enter the season as favorites to contend for wins and the eventual championship in both the Xbox and Playstation 4 divisions. Both drivers have already won exhibition races prior to this weekend, but they both know that doesn’t mean anything once the season starts.
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“No one has really accomplished anything yet and it’s hard to beat on your chest when you have nothing to show for it,” said Harbin. “We’ll let the cars do the talking Sunday.”
“Can’t wait to get out there (on Sunday),” said Vroman. “I ain’t afraid to admit it ‘HD’ (Motorsports) is the best and we’re going to win on Sunday.”
— Tim Southers (@TimSouthers) May 25, 2019
The Xbox race begins at 3:30 p.m. ET with the PlayStation 4 race kicking off at 4 p.m. Fans can watch live at Charlotte Motor Speedway at the Trackside Live stage. For fans not in Charlotte tune in starting at 3 p.m. for pre-race coverage. All the action will be streamed live on NASCAR’s Facebook page and 704Games’ Twitch channel.
— Tim Southers (@TimSouthers) May 24, 2019