Indy Supercross Cancelled Due to Coronavirus—Desert Races Still On

Indy Supercross Cancelled Due to Coronavirus—Desert Races Still On

Feld Entertainment has announced they are cancelling the Supercross event scheduled for this weekend in Indianapolis, Indiana. A statement read: In accordance with the restrictions on travel and group gatherings amid COVID-19 concerns, Monster Energy Supercross scheduled on March 14, 2020 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis has been cancelled. There is no word whether a make-up race has been scheduled.

Desert racing organizations are moving forward with their planned events. The SCORE San Felipe 250 race scheduled for March 24-29 is expected to happen. SCORE is modifying the schedule to limit racers, crews and staff exposure to the public. The normal festivities on the Malecon will not happen this year. Tech and Contingency will be held at El Dorado Ranch and is closed to the public. The racers meeting will be held online. The awards ceremony has also been cancelled. Winners will be able to pick up their awards on the Pavilion at El Dorado ranch. Pre-running for the San Felipe 250 opens this weekend.

NORRA is also moving forward with the Mexican 1000 in April. Race organizers say they have been in close contact with government officials. So far there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 on the Baja Peninsula. As of today, travel to Baja is open with no known interruptions or restrictions.

Best in the Desert released a statement on their Facebook page stating the Jagged X National Desert Cup will go on as planned. The event will take place March 20-22 in Laughlin, Nevada.

%d bloggers like this: