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Harbin/Gravitt take eNASCAR Heat Pro League wins at NHMS
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May 14, 2020, 2:04 AM

The first segment of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League closed out Wednesday with twin 55-lap races at virtual New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

PS4

Brandyn Gritton of Stewart-Haas eSports led the field to the green flag for the first 55-lap race of the evening. 

He held station until Joe Gornick put the bumper to him, taking over the lead ten laps into the race.

Most of the field filed down pit road right around halfway for green-flag pit stops with Gritton retaking the lead from Gornic through the cycle.

With 18 laps remaining, a caution changed everything. Joey Stone and Nick Jobes put themselves out front with a strategy gamble, but would not be able to hold on as they were quickly swallowed up following the restart.

Gritton was able to move back into the lead, but Josh Harbin was in hot pursuit.

With seven laps to go, he was able to complete the pass and take over the lead. From that point onward, the battle was really for second as Cody Giles, Gritton and Maxwell Castro went at it for position.

Despite some contact, they kept the cars pointed the right direction and Gritton came away with the runner-up position just ahead of Castro, who leads the points standings at the conclusion of Segment 1.

 

Harbin was able to cruise to the checkered flag and take the win for Leavine Family Gaming, ended up eight points shy of Castro in the standings.

Josh Parker and Stone rounded out the top-five in the results table.

PS4 Driver Standings

Pos. / Points / Driver

1.            101         Maxwell Castro

2.            93           Josh Harbin        

3.            92           Kyle Arnold        

4.            87           Nick Jobes          

5.            87           Jason Mitchell   

6.            78           Brandyn Gritton               

7.            75           Mike Braas         

8.            72           Joey Stone          

9.            72           Cody Giles          

10.          67           Corey Rothgeb  

11.          61           Josh Parker        

12.          52           Joe Gornick        

13.          47           Brandon Hanna

14.          36           TJ McGowan      

Xbox One

Justin Brooks of the JTG Daugherty Throttlers led the way at the start of Race 2, but an early rash of yellows would plague the event.

There were two cautions in a hectic opening ten laps with the lead swapping hands between Brooks, Luis Zaiter and even Diego Alvarado before Daniel Buttafuoco emerged out front. 

 

Buttafuoco remained in control through another set of yellows and led Brooks until both drivers dove to pit road with nine laps to go.

That cleared the way for Slade Gravitt to move into the race lead, hanging on against a hard-charging Zaiter to win by just under half a second. It was an impressive win from the back row of the grid for the Wood Brothers Gaming driver.

Tyler Dohar, Jose Ruiz and Nick Walker rounded out the top-five.

Brooks would finish eighth, but that was enough to hold onto the Segment 1 championship lead, eight points clear of Buttafuoco who finished sixth.

The series goes back road racing next week with the NASCAR Truck Series at Mid-Ohio.

Xbox Driver Standings 

Pos. / Points / Driver

1.            121         Justin Brooks

2.            113         Daniel Buttafuoco           

3.            107         Slade Gravitt     

4.            94           Luis Zaiter           

5.            84          Nick Walker       

6.            68           Tyler Dohar        

7.            66           Mitch Diamond

8.            62           Matthew Heale

9.            61           Matthew Selby 

10.          56           Riley Ogle           

11.          55           Jose Ruiz             

12.          55           Diego Alvarado 

13.          54           Brian Tedeschi  

14.          44           Sam Morris        


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