Driver’s Meeting – All-Star Race

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The race server will be in the “League Sessions” area of iRacing. You will not need a password to enter as a registered driver in the league. Entry to the server will be first come, first serve. The server this week allows for 30 maximum entries.

We ask all drivers to be in the Discord server before Qualifying begins. The broadcast may pull in drivers for interviews under yellow flag or after the race. Most importantly, the heat winners may be interviewed, and overall winner will be interviewed immediately after the race.

ASL’s third annual all-star event will use the Next Gen Cup Cars at the historic North Wilkesboro Speedway.

Sunday 6/11/2023

Practice: Server Opens 7:45 pm ET. 30 minutes.

Qualifying: 8:15 pm ET. 2 laps (5 minutes) to set the Heat Race lineups.


Heat races are 30 laps. The top 10 finishers will transfer from each heat.

Heat 1 will start at 8:20 pm ET. Heat 2 will immediately follow.

  • Fall 2022 race winners and previous series champions are guaranteed a spot in the Main. Clinched drivers: Avila, Bunnell, Cray, Gann, Glaser, Hunt, Matz, McWhorter, Saville, Waters, J. Yenisch, S. Yenisch
  • All drivers that did not win a race in the Fall 2022 or Spring 2023 seasons, or are not a past series champion, must race their way in through the heat races.
  • Only drivers with at least one career Elite Series start or are rookies registered and paid for the Fall 2023 Elite Series season are eligible.

A 15 lap LCQ will set the remaining grid, if necessary. 5 drivers will transfer to complete the 25 car grid in the Main. Any Fall 2022 or Spring 2023 race winners or prior champions that do not transfer in through a heat will be guaranteed a transfer spot from the LCQ.


100 laps.

Server Time: 06-11-2023 15:00 1x

Weather: Realistic

Track state: Default. 

Cautions: Automatic.

Restarts: Double file. Restart zone not in use.

Fuel capacity: 100%

Fast Repairs: 1

Tire limit: 1 set

GWC (Main Event): 3

Note: We will be using a choose rule at this event. At the one to go signal, each car must declare their choice of the top of bottom lane at the start finish line. If a driver fails to declare, Race Control will issue an EOL. Black flags issued by iRacing due to passing under yellow will be cleared by Race Control.