Lincoln Confirms No Racing On March 21

Alan Krimes (87) battles Brian Monteith during Saturday's sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway. (Shawn Cooper photo)

ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. – Lincoln Speedway officials have confirmed there will be no racing at the Pennsylvania dirt track on March 21 as originally planned.

Much like Port Royal Speedway and Williams Grove Speedway, Lincoln Speedway was in action last weekend despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak across the United States.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said on Monday that he would not force dirt tracks in the state to close, but with Lincoln Speedway’s closure this weekend all of the major dirt tracks in the state will now remain quiet as the country battles the spread of the coronavirus.