With the NASCAR campaign remains suspended because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the company and their drivers are trying their best to keep fans entertained through virtual iRacing.
Almost a month into the eNASCAR iRacing Series, which fundamentally features a bunch of NASCAR drivers racing against each other in a video game mode, however, we found out Sunday that these races can still cause drama and controversy.
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace was one of the 32 drivers competing at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway over the weekend and he definitely had the worst day of anyone in the field.
Not only did Bubba ruin during his 11th lap of the 150-lap race but he was so peeved by it that he wound up “rage-quitting” — a famous gamer term for a player who gets so mad that they prematurely bow out of the competition and quit because of defeat.
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Wallace was involved in a chaotic sequence with Clint Bowyer early in the race when Bowyer cut in front of Wallace’s car on a straightaway, then came up high and put Wallace into the wall.