Release Dates

Xbox: 10/6/22
PlayStation: 10/6/22
Steam: 10/6/22



  • 2022 NASCAR Cup Series racetracks from both the regular season and playoffs.
  • The 2022 lineup of drivers, teams and paint schemes have been directly pulled from the 2022 season, providing players with the most up-to-date version of the sport.
  • The Ignition update also sees the addition of all three Next Gen car models from Chevrolet, Ford and Toyota, playable on every NASCAR track.
  • Refreshed user interface elements, making navigation of menus and settings more seamless.
  • An upgraded HUD has also been developed with all new tire wear and fuel indicators to closely monitor the real-time status of the car’s condition while racing.
  • Newly-recorded broadcast introductions from Motor Racing Network’s On-Air Announcer, Alex Hayden, will be featured throughout



  • Added Fanatec wheel support



  • Front end stability improvements
  • Multiple idling crashes/hangs in race
  • Options menu volume slider inconsistencies
  • Fixed AI having head start on certain tracks
  • Fixed issue where contingency textures stay upon starting new car
  • Fixed issue where car engine audio can go silent
  • Fixed situations where cars would not enter pit
  • Fixed AI cars slowing down on certain tracks
  • Improved handover from AI to player control on race restarts from caution
  • Improved Qualification session player starting position
  • Fixed road collision gaps on certain tracks



  • 2022 Bump & Run: Bristol, Bristol Dirt, Charlotte Roval, COTA, Indianapolis Road, Martinsville, Phoenix, Richmond, Road America, Sonoma, Watkins Glen
  • 2022 Shake & Bake: Atlanta, Auto Club, Charlotte, Daytona, Darlington, Dover, Homestead, Kansas, Las Vegas, Michigan, Nashville, New Hampshire, Talladega, Texas, WWT Raceway

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