TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Officials from the Terre Haute Action Track have announced that the track’s season opener, set for April 26 and presented by Scott’s Custom Colors & Towing, has been canceled due to COVID-19 and the restrictions that come with it.
The event was set to feature the MSCS Sprint Cars, the Indiana Late Model Series and the Scott’s Custom Colors DIRTcar Modifieds.
With social distancing and stay-at-home orders in place across the nation to limit the spread of Coronavirus, racing events throughout the month of April are impossible to pull off.
At this time, the remainder of the Terre Haute schedule remains intact, with events still planned for May and beyond.
On the original schedule, Wednesday, May 20 is set to feature the Hulman Classic for the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Cars, while USAC Silver Crown Champ Cars are set to take the track on Thursday, May 21 for the Sumar Classic 100.
Race officials will continue to monitor the situation and will announce any changes as they become necessary.
Other events still on schedule include the AMA All Star National Flat Track Motorcycles on June 6, the World Of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars on July 12, USAC’s Indiana Sprint Week on July 29, MSCS sprints on Aug. 16, and the Hurtubise Classic for USAC sprints on Sept. 18.