Brandyn Gritton and Daniel Buttafuoco prevailed the Playstation 4 and XBox eNASCAR Heat Pro League in association with Motorsport Games truck races at a virtual Watkins Glen.
The PS4 racers took to the track first in what would prove to be a wild race.
Polesitter Gritton held the early lead, but trouble four laps into the event would hand control over to Nick Jobes and Maxwell Castro.
The two drivers then made contact as they fought for supremacy at the sharp end of the field.
Kyle Arnold was able to join the fight and had a go at Jobes for the race lead, but ended up losing a position as Joey Stone made his presence known.
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Jobes, Castro and Arnold were the first of the frontrunners to duck down pit road, followed by Stone one lap later.
He would come out just in front of Castro, and the duo briefly battled for the lead before Arnold slipped by them both as contact was made.
The final set of pit stops came with eight laps to go, with Arnold cycling back into the top spot with Castro in hot pursuit.
Arnold touched the outside wall coming to the white flag, allowing Castro to have a run down to the inside in Turn 1, taking over the race lead.
Arnold remained close the entire lap and gave Castro a shot in the final corner.
Castro would slid sideways and end up hooking hard to the left, colliding with Arnold and sending both trucks careening into the wall.
Rookie Castro was able to limp across the line and take the checkered flag in a spectacular finish, with Stone just a tenth of a second behind.
Cody Giles was able to slide into third while a disappointed Arnold was forced to settle for fourth-place. Jobes rounded out the top-five and is now tied for the championship lead with Castro.
The Xbox race was much tamer, with Buttafuoco leading from the start and maintaining an early advantage over Luis Zaiter.
Their positions remained unchanged through two rounds of green-flag pit stops.
But the battle was intense in the back-half of the top-ten, with six to seven trucks vying for positions seventh through tenth.
The hectic scrap culminated in a door-slam between Matthew Heale and Mitch Diamond down in Turn 1, but both drivers continued on.
Buttafuoco would take the race win for Germain Gaming, claiming redemption for the team after a tough loss with Arnold in the PS4 race.
Zaiter trailed by three seconds at the finish but took second with ease.
Justin Brooks placed third and Nick Walker came from the rear of the field after missing the drivers meeting to finish fourth. Slade Gravitt rounded out the top-five.
Buttafuoco now leaves Watkins Glen tied for the championship lead with Brooks, as both drivers have 65 points each.