Get to know the eNASCAR Heat Pro League LFR drivers

Ahead of the season-opening race to be held Memorial Day weekend, Motorsport.com will feature drivers from each team that were drafted earlier this year.

Get to know the eNASCAR Heat Pro League LFR drivers
 Josh Harbin
Kasey Kahne, Leavine Family Racing, Chevrolet Camaro
Kasey Kahne, Leavine Family Racing, Chevrolet Camaro
 Nick Vromin

The drivers, one each selected to participate in the PlayStation and Xbox divisions for all 14 participating NASCAR teams, will compete in the 16-race season.

The next team to be feature is the Leavine Family Racing race team and their two first draft picks Josh Harbin and Nicholas Vroman.

For more information on eNASCAR Heat Pro League please visit eNASCAR Heat Pro League.

eNASCAR Heat Pro League Driver Bios

Josh Harbin

Age: 29

Hometown: Tuscaloosa, AL

Team: Leavine Family Racing

Console: PlayStation 4

How much has gaming expanded or added to your interest in NASCAR?

It hasn’t honestly, I’d be a fan regardless of the gaming.

Why do you prefer using PlayStation 4?

I prefer Ps4 over Xbox simply because I get the same quality for a cheaper price and some game titles that I enjoy more on ps4

What made you decide to try out for the eNASCAR Heat Pro League?

Well I feel I’m at the top of my respective game and I look at this as an opportunity to validate all those hours spent on here.

A 16-race season is a long one. How do you plan to approach the races and get yourself in position to make the playoffs and eventually win the first eNASCAR Heat Pro League Championship?

One race at a time. I’m going to try to maximize each race, each move, each lap to my advantage and be sure not to leave anything on the table I think consistency is going to win this title!

Any other interesting facts you’d like to share about yourself?

Just ready to race!

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Nicholas Vroman

Age: 25

Hometown: Baltimore Maryland

Team: Leavine Family Racing

Console: Xbox

How much has gaming expanded or added to your interest in NASCAR?

The NASCAR Heat Series is what got me interested in really watching NASCAR.

Why do you prefer using Xbox?

I currently have both systems but I'm also going to be an XBOX fan.

What made you decide to try out for the eNASCAR Heat Pro League?

The pure competition of it. love giving it my all against the best in the game.

A 16-race season is a long one. How do you plan to approach the races and get yourself in position to make the playoffs and eventually win the first eNASCAR Heat Pro League Championship?

I'm generally a pretty conservative driver, but I think in order to win the first eNASCAR Heat Pro League Championship you're going to need to be aggressive and take those chances you normally might not take.

Any other interesting facts you’d like to share about yourself?

Not really

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