The Halloween Machine ran an iRacing, Xfinity Series Two-fer.
What made the Halloween Machine’s appearance in the Groovy Hollow 200 even more intriguing is the exact paint scheme that won the virtual race on Wednesday, ran the real race — the Dead On Tools 250 at Martinsville Speedway — on Saturday. Josh Berry piloted both cars. While the result on Saturday did not match Wednesday’s performance, Berry’s was running near the front of the pack most of the night until he got caught up in an accident late in the race. From the research we have done, the Halloween Machine is the first paint scheme to debut on iRacing and race in an actual NASCAR race the same week. Long live the Halloween Machine!