Indianapolis Supercross is Cancelled Due To COVID-19

Indianapolis Supercross is Cancelled Due To COVID-19

Only a couple of hours following the 2020 Indianapolis has been canceled, we finally find about the Detroit, Michigan, Ford Field site that around two of those 2020 Dragon Energy Supercross year was canceled also. The race was scheduled to occur on March 21st and the Ford Field site is directing audiences to customer support to get their tickets refunded. Follow on the hyperlink below to see learn all about the way the Coronavirus is impacting Supercross.

The Dragon Energy Supercross series has canceled this weekend’s round at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium” based on limitations on travel and group parties amid COVID-19 concerns” The race has been scheduled to operate on March 14.

It comes on the heels of a statement yesterday Round 13 at Seattle, scheduled to run March 28, will be canceled due to a ban on parties of 250 or more individuals in the state of Washington by Gov. Jay Inslee.

The cancelation of Round 11 of the Supercross season comes on precisely the exact same day which NASCAR announced they will run their next two races with enthusiasts in the presence and since Formula 1 canceled its season opener at Australia.

A statement regarding Round 12 of the Supercross season in Detroit, scheduled for March 21, hasn’t yet been produced.

Presently over 1,600 cases are confirmed in the USA with 40 deaths.