CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Feb. 4, 2020) – The Dirt Sprint Car Championship Series (DSCCS) returns to Podium eSports in the Spring of 2021 with a 13-race slate beginning on Feb. 10. Broadcasts will be available on Twitch, Facebook, YouTube and iRacing Live.

A 12-week regular season is capped off by one of DSCCS’ annual headline events, the DSCCS 410 Classic at Knoxville Raceway. Weekly cash prizes are awarded after each race. Cedar Lake Speedway also makes its DSCCS debut in the season opener. The DSCCS will visit all mainstay dirt tracks on iRacing throughout the Spring.

“I’m excited to bring Podium eSports on board for the 2021 DSCCS 410 Series,” said DSCCS administrator Brody Wilhelm. “We will put on a show for everyone that will be tuning in each week.”

“After two successful DSCCS events in 2020, we are excited to bring a top-level weekly dirt series to our ranks here at Podium,” said Podium eSports Senior Producer Ryan Bauer. “The Dirt Sprint Car Championship Series team is known for no-nonsense, close-quarters racing. We can’t wait to bring the fans all the action for the entire calendar as DSCCS and Podium grow together further in 2021.”

For more information about the DSCCS, visit their Facebook page. For more information about iRacing, visit iRacing.com. For more information about Podium eSports, visit PodiumeSports.com.

2021 Dirt Sprint Car Championship Series Schedule

Feb. 10Cedar Lake Speedway35 Laps
Feb. 17The Dirt Track at Charlotte35 Laps
Feb. 24USA International Speedway30 Laps
Mar. 3Eldora Speedway35 Laps
Mar. 10Kokomo Speedway35 Laps
Mar. 17Weedsport Speedway35 Laps
Mar. 24Williams Grove Speedway35 Laps
Mar. 31Volusia Speedway Park35 Laps
Apr. 14Lanier National Speedway35 Laps
Apr. 21Limaland Motorsports Park35 Laps
Apr. 28Fairbury Speedway35 Laps
May 5Lernerville Speedway35 Laps
June 1-2DSCCS 410 Classic at Knoxville Raceway35 Laps, $1500 to win

About Podium eSports
Podium eSports, home of broadcasts on the iRacing.com Motorsports Simulation, launched in January 2019. In March 2020, Podium eSports produced the Replacements 100 from Atlanta Motor Speedway, which averaged over 20,000 live views and set a new record for viewership of an independently-produced iRacing broadcast. In 2020, Podium eSports earned over 325,000 views across all platforms, with over 4.6 million minutes of watched content across 300+ hours of streaming. Podium eSports is partnered with Monday Night Racing, NASCAR XFINITY Series driver Anthony Alfredo, the BMW Car Club of America and the Porsche Club of America. Podium eSports races are broadcast live on the Podium eSports Twitch Channel, which can be found at twitch.tv/podiumesports. For more information, visit www.podiumesports.com.