The race will consist of 162 laps around the 1.5-mile speedway divided into three stages.
Jacob Nelson (Tennessee, USA, Red Dirt Racing) enters the race as the favourite having an average finish of 4.67 through the first three intermediate tracks on the schedule this season (Kansas, Michigan, Charlotte).
Other drivers to focus on would be Scott Bailey (Michigan, USA, Midwest Elite E-Racing), Trent Neilson (Indiana, USA, Atlantic Motorsports) and Daniel Cudmore (PEI, Canada, Winston Racing Group), all who had registered top-five finishes at Atlanta last season in a caution-filled affair.
All-eyes are on the race for the final playoff position as 16th through 19th are only separated by seven points. The top 16-drivers will qualify for the playoffs, with the top six positions being already locked in by race winners so far this season.
Don’t miss the action this Tuesday at the Fix Auto 250 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, live coverage begins at 7:45pm eastern at www.facebook.com/eMotorsportsCAN.
Here are the official driver standings entering Tuesdays Fix Auto 250.
Here are the team standings entering the Fix Auto 250 on Tuesday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The Canadian eMotorsports Network competes using NASCAR Heat 5 on Playstation. All drivers have qualified for the series through a variety of assessments and compete using high-end simulator equipment.
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Daniel Cudmore, Athletics Development and Communications Coordinator
Tel: (902) 894-6870
Date: Friday, April 09, 2021