NASCAR to invert Pro Invitational starting lineup at virtual Talladega

Dustin Long
NBC Sports

NASCAR will alter the starting lineup for Sunday’s Pro Invitational Series iRacing event at virtual Talladega Superspeedway.

The top 10 qualifiers Sunday will be inverted. The top qualifier will start 10th. The 10th fastest qualifier will start on the pole.

Also, the top three finishers in last week’s Pro Invitational Series race at a virtual Richmond — winner William Byron, runner-up Timmy Hill and third-place finisher Parker Kligerman — will start at the tail end of the field. Byron, who has won the past two Pro Invitational Series events, will start last in the 40-car field.

Sunday’s race is at 1 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on Fox (where available), FS1 and the Fox Sports App. The race will feature Jeff Gordon making his first Pro Invitational Series start.

 

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