Reverb Series Returns With Exciting Changes for New Season

08 Sep 2023

The engines are roaring, and the virtual asphalt is heating up as the Reverb Short Track Series is set to kick off its highly anticipated new season on Thursday, September 14. This season, fans and racers alike can expect a thrilling lineup of races in the beloved Late Model Stock Cars, along with several exciting changes to the series.

Extended Season: One of the most significant changes for this season is the extension of the series to 11 weeks. This means more opportunities for drivers to showcase their skills and compete for the championship.

New Tracks, New Challenges: The Reverb Series is known for its variety of tracks, and this season is no exception. Racers will have the chance to tackle new challenges with tracks making their debut on the series schedule.

Kern County Raceway Park: The season opener will take place at Kern County Raceway Park, iRacing's latest release. This debut promises excitement and unpredictability as drivers navigate this new virtual track.

Classic NASCAR Tracks: In addition to the new venues, classic NASCAR short tracks Bristol and Richmond will make their debut on the calendar, plus a special trip to the bumpy high-banks of Rockingham. These tracks are fan favorites and are sure to provide thrilling races.

Las Vegas Bullring: Another exciting addition is a first-time trip to The Bullring in Las Vegas. This tight, high-banked oval is known for its close-quarters racing, making it a perfect fit for the Reverb Short Track Series.

Eldora: As a wildcard night, the series will venture onto the dirt at Eldora Speedway. This change of surface promises to shake up the competition and provide a unique challenge for the drivers.

Returning Favorites: The series will also revisit some fan-favorite tracks, including Five Flags Speedway, Myrtle Beach Speedway, and New Smyrna Speedway. These tracks have provided unforgettable moments in past seasons and are sure to do the same this year.

Mainstays: Of course, the Reverb Short Track Series wouldn't be complete without its mainstays. Hickory Motor Speedway and Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway will once again be part of the action, adding their unique characteristics to the mix.

As the anticipation builds for the new season, drivers are fine-tuning their setups, and fans are eagerly awaiting the green flag. The Reverb Short Track Series has become a staple in the iRacing community, known for its intense competition, close racing, and exciting moments.

With an expanded schedule, a mix of new and classic tracks, and the return of the thrilling Late Model Stock Cars, this season promises to be one of the best yet. So mark your calendars for September 14, as the Reverb Short Track Series roars back to life, ready to deliver another season of heart-pounding virtual racing action. Don't miss it!

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