|, Street Stocks ReturnFour DIRTcar-branded divisions plus Midgets also included in 10-race slate CONCORD, NC – March 15, 2021 – The ground-pounding, earth-shaking, window-rattling Beasts of the Northeast Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds are back in all of iRacing’svirtual glory as the star attraction of DIRTcar eSports Season 3. The virtual Big Blocks, which reached season-high car counts last season, are back as the focus of a 10-race Tour, every Wednesday from March 24 to May 26, for Season 3 – one that also includes the return of the Chevy Performance Street Stock League for its second season. TOUR REGISTRATIONSTREET STOCK REGISTRATION Beginning with the first race at Weedsport Speedway on March 24, the Big Blocks will contest five races on the Season 3 Tour, alternating each Wednesday night with 360 Sprint Cars, Pro Late Models, UMP Modifieds, 358 Modifieds and the first-ever appearance by dirt Midgets. iRacing’s newest dirt track at Bristol Motor Speedway also has its spot on the docket, setting the stage for a Week 2 showdown with the UMP Modifieds. All 10 races will be $250-to-win and pay back through the Feature field. Commemorative trophies will be awarded to the podium finishers in the final points standings after the Week 10 finale at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. The Chevy Performance Street Stock League will also begin March 24, setting out on a 10-race championship chase of its own. Racing across eight different tracks, competitors will chase a $100 top prize each night as Feature winner. New to the Street Stock campaign in Season 3 is the highly requested addition of a points championship system, mirroring that of the DIRTcar eSports Tour. Trophies will be awarded to the podium finishers in final points after 10 races. Following the precedent set in Season 2, the Street Stock League will once again be held with the more causal sim racer in mind, and thus only be available for competitors with iRatings 4800 and below. Every race will once again be broadcasted on DIRTVision presented by Drydene, free to all account holders. Street Stocks will kick each night off with practice at 6:50pm ET and Qualifying at 7pm. The Tour session will open with practice at 7:50pm ET and follow with Qualifying. Registration for each race tentatively closes the Monday before each event and is now open for all 10 events in each league. Sign up today at DIRTcar.com/eSports. DIRTcar eSports Tour Season 3 ScheduleMarch 24 – Big Block Modifieds at Weedsport Speedway (50 Laps)March 31 – UMP Modifieds at Bristol Motor Speedway (40 Laps)April 7 – Big Block Modifieds at Williams Grove Speedway (50 Laps)April 14 – Pro Late Models at The Dirt Track at Charlotte (40 Laps)April 21 – Big Block Modifieds at Lernerville Speedway (50 Laps)April 28 – Midgets at Lanier National Speedway (30 Laps)May 5 – Big Block Modifieds at Cedar Lake Speedway (50 Laps)May 12 – 360 Sprint Cars at Kokomo Speedway (30 Laps)May 19 – 358 Small Block Modifieds at USA International Speedway (40 Laps)May 26 – Big Block Modifieds at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway (50 Laps) Chevy Performance Street Stock League Season 3 ScheduleMarch 24 – Knoxville Raceway (20 Laps)March 31 – Limaland Motorsports Park (25 Laps)April 7 – Eldora Speedway (20 Laps)April 14 – Fairbury Speedway (25 Laps)April 21 – Cedar Lake Speedway (25 Laps)April 28 – Lernerville Speedway (25 Laps)May 5 – Limaland Motorsports Park (25 Laps)May 12 – Eldora Speedway (20 Laps)May 19 – Williams Grove Speedway (20 Laps)May 26 – The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway (25 Laps)|
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