The 2023 schedule for the eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series has been unveiled, featuring 18 races at a mix of returning tracks and two new additions: The Milwaukee Mile and Autodromo Nazionale Monza. This marks the first visit to the superspeedway version of Atlanta Motor Speedway and the first time that both Michigan International Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway are on the schedule in the Next Gen era. The season will also feature a Throwback race at Darlington Raceway, in line with the real-life Throwback Weekend.
Full 2023 eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series Schedule
|Date||Race Number||Track||Laps||Additional Notes|
|Jan 31, 2023||Exhibition||L.A. Memorial Coliseum||20/40/70|
|Feb 14, 2023||1||Daytona International Speedway||80|
|Feb 28, 2023||2||The Milwaukee Mile||100|
|Mar 14, 2023||3||Atlanta Motor Speedway||100|
|Mar 28, 2023||4||Richmond Raceway||130|
|Apr 11, 2023||5||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||30||Without Chicanes|
|Apr 18, 2023||6||Talladega Superspeedway||70|
|May 2, 2023||7||Las Vegas Motor Speedway||100|
|May 16, 2023||8||Darlington Raceway||120||Throwback Race|
|May 30, 2023||9||Charlotte Motor Speedway||100|
|Jun 13, 2023||10||World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway||120|
|Jun 27, 2023||11||Watkins Glen International||45|
|Jul 11, 2023||12||Nashville Superspeedway||100|
|Jul 25, 2023||13||New Hampshire Motor Speedway||101|
|Aug 1, 2023||14||Pocono Raceway||60|
|Aug 15, 2023||15||Michigan International Speedway||60||Playoffs|
|Aug 29, 2023||16||Dover Motor Speedway||120||Playoffs|
|Sep 12, 2023||17||Phoenix Raceway||120||Playoffs|
|Sep 26, 2023||18||Homestead-Miami Speedway||100||Championship LIVE from the NASCAR Hall of Fame|
The regular season finale will take place at Pocono Raceway, where the 2022 champion, Casey Kirwan, and Zack Novak replicated the 2003 Darlington finish between Kurt Busch and Ricky Craven. The eNASCAR Playoffs will return, starting at Michigan and continuing on to Dover Motor Speedway and Phoenix Raceway before culminating in the Championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The Championship Four drivers will once again compete on stage at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Bristol Motor Speedway, Kansas Speedway, and Road America will not be included on the 2023 schedule. All eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series races will be broadcast at eNASCAR.com/live.