Our eNASCAR season in review

Published on
26 Oct 2022
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It was an intense end to the season for both Williams drivers

After an intense 18-race season, Williams Esports driver Donovan Strauss was named eNASCAR Rookie of the Year after he secured automatic qualification for next season’s series.
Donovan secured five top-10 finishes, including an excellent P4 at Pocono and a special final lap at Talladega where he made up 10 positions.
It was an intense end to the season for both Williams drivers, with the battle to make the top-20 cut line coming down to the final race at Phoenix.
Vicente Salas showed excellent pace throughout the season, with a P4 finish at Kansas showing his potential to compete at the top. He will have to qualify for next season’s series over the winter after missing out in the final race of the season.
Donovan managed to secure his spot despite a P30 finish at Phoenix, after getting caught up in multiple wrecks during the race. It was a nerve-racking finish but the seven points were enough to distance himself from four-time champion Ray Alfalla in the standings.
The Duracell Williams Esports eNASCAR team carried a special livery for each race, showcasing the iconic coppertop of a Duracell battery.

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