We are proud to announce we have partnered with Patriot Motorsports Group and iAnalyze Racing to provide 3 talented iRacers the opportunity to compete for the chance to be a Patriot Motorsports Group NASCAR Development Driver!   Patriot Motorsports Group is looking for the best well-rounded oval discipline iRacer to start off in their NASCAR Whelen All American Series Modified. Over the last two years, the V8 SuperTrucks Championship has attracted two exceptional drivers which compete in the NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series. The adaptability displayed by these champions is what Patriot Motorsports is looking for in their next development driver. Could it be you?

How to Enter:
Entrants must be 15 years old or older and be competing in the iRacing NASCAR Road to Pro Series or
NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series (NPAS) in addition to racing full time in the SOR V8 SuperTrucks Championship (V8STC).

The Winning Combination:
The Top 3 oval drivers from the 2018 V8STC Season who finish in the top 10 will have the opportunity to compete to be a Patriot Motorsports Group Development Driver. Eligibility is dependent on additionally being either in the Top 5 of the iRacing NASCAR Road to Pro Series championship standings or being in the Top 10 of the NPAS championship standings.

Getting to your First Drive:
After the end of the 2018 Season in November, the top 3 eligible drivers will compete in a Patriot Motorsports Group Modified in a track day event. These 3 finalists will have the opportunity to showcase their skill set in the physical car in addition to their brand awareness, setup knowledge, and ability to learn/grow.

At the end of the Track Day, one (1) finalist will be selected and provided the opportunity to participate in one (1) NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race weekend. The race weekend includes two (2) nights of practice and one (1) Raceday.

Think you have what it takes? Sign up today, and don’t let this opportunity pass you by, your ride is waiting…

NOTE: Finalists must either bring their own safety gear or cover the cost for safety gear.

Send any questions to Steven Burbage using the Contact Form