The Jim Beaver eSports squad has been on a tear recently on iRacing, from checkered flags in just about every discipline imaginable to working together with a five-car effort in SARA’s series for 1987 NASCAR Cup Series cars (pictured). Here’s a look at some of the biggest highlights from the past week:
Dave Bodio continued JBeS’ dominance in off-road racing by taking the checkered flag at Summit Point Raceway in the SARA Pro 4 Series.
Bobby Rafferty continued to race—and win—in anything with an engine, from a victory at USA International Speedway in the MVRL Triple Crown Series to a win and three top fives in Bootleg Racing League action.
Alongside his chase for the World of Outlaws Late Model World Championship, Brandyn Proudfoot took his first win in a NASCAR Xfinity Series car on the Daytona International Speedway road course.
Matt Everhart continued to assert himself as the top threat for the inaugural CDRA Motorsports Drop SuperTruck Series title, leading 22 laps and finishing third at New Smyrna Speedway.
Keith Jeffery returned to the #65 General Tire Ford that he wheeled to a qualifying spot in the Firecracker 200, and joined Rafferty, Proudfoot, Bodio, and Everhart for the inaugural SARA event held on a superspeedway. Jeffery also posted top-25 times on the world record board for Pro 4 trucks at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in practice, qualifying, and race sessions.
Connor Parise remains on pace to qualify for his third iRacing Rallycross World Championship with four race victories in official events.
Finally, Cameron Pedersen continues to dominate off-road truck racing in multiple leagues. From a perfect 3-for-3 start to the DXR Pro 2 season to a win in the inaugural Total Nonstop Racing Pro 2 Lite round and over 20 official race wins, Pedersen is on pace to sweep a number of championships.
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