Wednesday December 2nd, 2020 10:51PM

PODCAST: Hard Left Turn - iRacing or real life, Bristol is Bristol

By AccessWDUN Staff
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While the first two eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series races went relatively smoothly, Sunday's race at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway was...well, a short track crash fest.

Brandon Reed, Pete McCole and Amy Henderson takes a look at the Food City Showdown and other recent racing news items on this week's Hard Left Turn podcast, including:

-William Byron just walked all over the field in Sunday's race at virtual Bristol, leading the most laps en route to the victory.

-NASCAR this week announced that the Cup Series NextGen car debut will be pushed back to 2022 due to the CORVID-19 shutdown.

-iRacing continues to bring the virtual motorsports world a solid racing product.

-Brandon brings more area racing history to us.  This week, it's a look back at Gainsville, Georgia Open Wheel racing pioneer and journalist Pete Craig, who was a hero at Daytona Beach before World War II.  You can read more about him here.

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