Race 10 of the 2019 iRacing World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink World Championship took place at the Knoxville venue on May 27th, 2019.
And with more than $25,000 in prizes on the line, the best Sprint Car sim racers in the world lined up to see who would claim the iRacing title for this year.
Defending 2018 champion Tim Ryan was in action. But could the dominant Alex Bergeron take victory, and the championship?
Other drivers also had lots to race for. Besides the top prize of $10,000 in the title, with $4,000 for second and $2,000 for third, the top 15 drivers will automatically qualify for the 2020 season.
You can choose to watch either the full stream of the iRacing World of Outlaws 2019 – Knoxville event below , or the race rewind highlights.
Race Rewind Highlights:
Although the final round of the iRacing World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink World Championship has ended for 2019, dirt racing continues throughout the year. The iRacing World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model World Championship kicks off on June 24th, 2019 featuring defending champion Zach Leonhardi.
2019 iRacing World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink World Championship Results
If you’d rather just find out who won than watch the racing, then check out the results here. If not, watch the videos above, first.
The series title was taken by Alex Bergeron, who claimed the $10,000 top prize from James Edens ($4,000), and David Heileman ($2,000). Bergeron will also flown to the World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway in November and be honored at the season-ending banquet, as well as getting some time in a real car with real-world racer Christopher Bell.
The final points standings and drivers automatically qualifying for the 2020 season are:
- Alex Bergeron, 787
- James Edens, 704
- David Heileman, 686
- Joel Berkley, 586
- Nick Cooper, 558
- Adam Elby, 489
- Austen Semmelmann, 488
- Chase Cabre, 442
- Lewis Hewett, 429
- Tim Ryan, 424
- Justin Thomas, 373
- Matthew McKinney, 362
- Cole Cabre, 361
- Alex Smolders, 349
- Britton Roxberry, 342
Bergeron finished the season with a win in the final race despite a low qualifying position, and sealing the title victory simply by making it into the feature race. As always, if you’re inspired, you can sign up to iRacing via the official site.