Joey Logano and Coleman Pressley iRacing Pro Race of Champions

Joey and Coleman recently took part in the iRacing Pro Race of Champions. Neither did very well. However, we've got this "behind the scenes" look at things and their thoughts from each race... plus some harsh words for David Ragan. Song - "Ring of Fire" by Social Distortion

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iRacing Pro Race of Champions - A look Inside
Last month iRacing held its 6th annual iRacing Pro Race of Champions. This one of a kind event saw a list of 26 real life pro racers going at it head to head in a sim race. The list of drivers came from all forms of motorsports including: Indycar racers like Will Power Oriol Servia and Townsend Bell, Nascar Drivers like Denny Hamlin, Chase Briscoe and Timmy Hill, Sorts car drivers like Patrick Long, Tommy Kendall and Alex Gurney and you will even find a NHRA driver like Ron Capps in the field. The race was done on iRacing simulation service and the race was run at Phoenix International Speedway for 50 laps of Caution free racing. 9 of the 26 drivers were going to actually be racing from the same location. That would be CXC Simulations in Los Angeles, Ca. There the drivers would be using Motion Pro II Simulators with some of the drivers using VR on the Oculus. The Simpit was lucky enough to be at this event and watch the race unfold. We got to see these racers getting their practice in preparation for the event. We could see just how seriously the drivers were taking the race. To see the entire race that was broadcast on Racespot please visit this page at the simpit