Noah Gragson Makes Video Game Debut in NASCAR Heat Evolution

18-year-old Las Vegas native and SPEEDVEGAS sponsored Noah Gragson has made the leap from the racetrack to a featured appearance in NASCAR’s newest video game release: NASCAR Heat Evolution. This latest title will be featured across all major gaming platforms to include PC.

18-year-old Las Vegas native and SPEEDVEGAS sponsored Noah Gragson has made the leap from the racetrack to a featured appearance in NASCAR’s newest video game release: NASCAR Heat Evolution. This latest title will be featured across all major gaming platforms to include PC.

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Monster Games, the production team behind NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona and NASCAR Heat have returned to step up and fill the void left by EA Games departure from the NASCAR racing franchise. NASCAR Heat Evolution features detailed racing surfaces that were made in conjunction with track owners. The latest title also features a new AI system that helps to bring you one step closer to understanding what it is like to be behind the wheel of a 3,300 lb stockcar at nearly 200 mph.

Noah Gragson started his racing career in Las Vegas at the age of 13 in the Bandoleros division at the Bullring – a 0.375-mile paved oval at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway located just minutes away from the massive 1.5-mile super speedway that is home to all three of NASCAR’s highest touring divisions. Gragson moved into the Legends division in 2014 before graduating to the Super Late Model division at the Bullring. It wasn’t long before Gragson got the call to join the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West for a full time ride in 2015. Gragson went on to earn Rookie of the Year honors along with two wins, 7 top-five finishes and 11 top-ten completions. In 2016, Gragon recorded a combined total of four wins running both the K&N East and West Pro Series before receiving the call to drive full time for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Camping World Truck Series in 2017.

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