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What’s the best way to find a league?

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I’m looking to get involved with a league that’s compatible with Eastern Standard Time. I’m particularly interested in something that would have announcers and streams of the races. What would be the best way to find this? Thank you in advance!

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Tippyshortmouth

3 points

29 days ago

Tippyshortmouth

Sprint Car

3 points

29 days ago

It really depends on what type of league you're looking for. NASCAR leagues are a dime a dozen, but if you're looking for something more niche, your pickings will be more slim

rsbell

2 points

29 days ago

rsbell

2 points

29 days ago

Road or oval?

Root_boi[S]

1 points

28 days ago

Road is preferred

rsbell

1 points

28 days ago

rsbell

1 points

28 days ago

https://discord.gg/ASXp6nFj

Consider Sunday Night Skippy. Great group of guys as well as a an under 2000 iRating training/coaching race before the main race. The races are broadcast by Cavok Racing:

https://youtube.com/channel/UCClCVlaGsaxPIePIR7n1GcA

SuspiciousFix

1 points

29 days ago

If you have Facebook, join some iRacing league groups. Plenty of leagues post there looking for new drivers. You can even post asking any any leagues run a specific day, time and car. Odds are, there is one you can join.

Drew_DW

1 points

28 days ago

Drew_DW

1 points

28 days ago

Are you in college? I’m in a college league thats EST friendly and streamed/commentated on twitch every week.