Wood Brothers, Penske win first eNASCAR Heat Pro League event

Esports | May 28th, 2019

Slade Gravitt and Brian Tedeschi score inaugural wins in the season opener of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League season at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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with his performance. He quickly moved into the lead and was able to hold off numerous challengers for the win in the 40-lap race.

The race was a caution-filled affair with the native of Cumming, Ga., able to stay cool and not let his emotions get the best of him on the final restart of the race.

in this first race,” said Gravitt. “I was really nervous before the start of the race but it’s a great feeling to be able to get the victory in the first race of the season.

“I just want to thank Jon Wood and everyone at Wood Brothers Gaming for taking a chance on me.”

Leavine Family Gaming Josh Harbin, (ThAbEaR_95) was a close second with Team Penske Esports driver Corey Rothgeb (Pennzoil2) third.

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driver Tedeschi (ShellVPower22) who was all smiles.

Tedeschi was one of several leaders and was able to make a pass for the lead late in the race and hold on to give Team Penske bragging rights for winning the first race in the history of the league.

“Definitely a wild race with all the wrecks and cautions,” said Tedeschi. “It was great racing everyone and our No. 22 Shell V Power Mustang was very good and it’s great to be able to get the first win of the season.

“(Team Penske) won the Indy 500 and now we can add this win to our weekend. It’ll be fun racing with these great drivers this season.”

JR Motorsports driver Tyler Dohar (JRM Dohar88) was second with Justin Brooks (mrTRACKBAR33) coming home third for JR Motorsports.

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eNASCAR Heat Pro League Race Results & Points Standings

Charlotte Motor Speedway Race 1 May 26, 2019

Team Standings

Pos / Team / Points

78

73

70

70

69

69

69

67

65

64

64

63

61

56

Source: Motorsport.com