In many ways, . The views from the cockpit of a race car can be thrilling. It’s fast, and and mayhem can happen any time cars bunch up on the track.

While EA and 2K have been able to get and off the ground, NASCAR Heat publisher 704Games has had some trouble adapting stock car racing to competitive gaming. Part of the reason was technology — race courses a so much bigger than basketball courts and football fields, especially the road tracks at the 2.52-mile Sonoma Raceway.

This year, 704Games launched the first NASCAR esports series (the ) figuring out how to best show the action around the entire track, the field of racers (again, you have more competitors at once in Heat than you

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