We will keep this page up to date as more information about each event becomes available. 

On March 13, INDYCAR released the following statement, canceling the first four NTT INDYCAR SERIES events.

After careful consideration, including regular communication with our event promoters, health officials, and the city administrations in our respective race markets regarding COVID-19, we have made the decision to cancel all NTT INDYCAR Series events through April. This begins with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg which was to begin today and run through Sunday, March 15 and continues through the AutoNation INDYCAR Challenge at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas which was to take place April 24-26.  Although we are disappointed to delay the start to this INDYCAR season and will miss our incredible fans who support us each year in St. Petersburg, Birmingham, Long Beach, and Austin, the safety of our fans, participants, staff, partners, and media will always remain our top priority.  We will continue to coordinate with public health experts and government officials as we determine the appropriate plans for resuming our schedule.


Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg – March 15, 2020 – RESCHEDULED

The statement from INDYCAR came in the middle of a practice session for the Pirelli GT4 America Sprint series and following USF2000, Indy Pro 2000, Indy Lights and Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA. The session that was on track was immediately red and checkered flag.

On the next day, Saturday, March 14, the event put out the following statement for ticket holders, letting them know that they could let their tickets roll over to the 2021 event, or they could receive 110% credit for events at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Honda Indy Toronto, or Grand Prix of Portland. There is no option for a refund. 

Ticket Purchasers on file for the March 13-15, 2020 event may choose to defer their purchased tickets for use at the March 2021 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Alternatively, ticket purchasers may elect to receive a credit for the full amount paid plus an additional 10% to apply towards future Green Savoree Racing Promotions events, including, but not limited to, grandstand seating, general admission, camping, RV space, paddock access and pit passes at either the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Honda Indy Toronto or Grand Prix of Portland. This 110% credit can be used in a single transaction during the remainder of the 2020 or 2021 season, subject to availability. 

Ticket holders will receive detailed instructions and next steps via email Friday March 20, 2020. Thank you for your continued patience. 

We look forward to racing on the streets of St. Petersburg March 2021!

Fans on the various social media platforms were not happy with the lack of refunds. Links to threads on: 

Twitter

Facebook

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9u5Xe-IbRm/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

The unhappy reaction from fans led to the event sending out another statement on March 15, clarifying what a ticket buyer agreed to when purchasing a ticket for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. That statement is here:

On Saturday evening (March 14), 2020 ticket purchasers on file for the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg were notified of the credit being offered for the cancelled event. This communication was via email to each individual impacted, and posts were also placed on social media and the event website. This decision was not made lightly and was formed from research done across live sports, music and entertainment events nationally. It also considered unique temporary, purpose-built venues like ours which had events cancelled due to these extraordinary circumstances. The Green Savoree St. Petersburg LLC credit offer provides options to ticket purchasers and flexibility through 2021 that extend beyond the policy accepted and agreed to at the time of purchase which is ‘No refunds or exchanges. All sales final.’ This policy is posted on the event website, the point of purchase ticketing system used and agreed to at time of purchase by customers, and on the back of each event ticket. The applicable language of the policy as printed on the event ticket is provided below, and is customary and standard in the industry. The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented global event impacting us all. We hope our fans can understand and support us in this complicated situation.

Below is an excerpt of the applicable language from back of event ticket.

I am not entitled to a refund, replacement ticket, or other event admission material, or to payment for any damages of any kind for any reason from IndyCar or GSSP or Andersen including, without limitation, lost/damaged ticket, cancellation, shortening, rescheduling, or other alteration of the event. All sales are final – no money refunded or exchanges.

On March 26, the NTT INDYCAR SERIES released a tentative schedule that starts in Detroit and ends with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on a date that is yet to be determined. Tickets from the original event will be honored. Here is what the Green-Savoree, the event promotors had to say.

INDYCAR announced earlier today that the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is expected to be rescheduled for later in 2020. The event was originally set for March 13-15, 2020.

This shift to a later date is in support of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES’ efforts to run as many of its points championship races as possible in 2020 and would be expected to serve as the season finale round.

The rescheduled date is subject to the ongoing guidance and mandates of national, state and local authorities regarding public gatherings. The health and safety of all associated with this event will remain the priority of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

Previously purchased tickets to the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg would be valid and honored on the rescheduled date yet to be determined. Email tickets@gpstpete.com for any questions on ticket purchases and additional information.


Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park – April 5, 2020 – CANCELLED

On March 13, Barber Motorsports Park announced that the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama would be canceled and refunds will be given within 7-10 business days. Here is the full statement. 

Based on the latest information and expert analysis, the 2020 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama presented by AmFirst will be canceled as scheduled April 3-5. This decision was reached after carefully consulting with the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, Barber Motorsports Park, Birmingham city officials, and State of Alabama Public Health professionals.

Refunds will be given in full within 7-10 business days for all purchases of the following: Drive Your Ride Package, General Admission Tickets, Garage Pass Tickets, Cocina at the Track Hospitality Tickets, Paddock Club Hospitality Tickets, Camping, Sunday Onsite Parking Passes, & Car Corral Parking Passes.


Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach – April 19, 2020 – CANCELLED

The longest running street circuit event on the NTT INDYCAR SERIES calendar, the Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach was the first event to postpone, sending out the following statement on March 12:

In light of today’s announcement from the City of Long Beach prohibiting all large-scale events in the City through April 30, 2020, the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will not take place as scheduled on April 17-19. While we recognize that this is a serious inconvenience for our loyal attendees, sponsors and other clients, nevertheless, this action is consistent with our primary objective of assuring the public’s safety and well-being at our event.

We are in conversation with the City of Long Beach, various race sanctioning bodies and the Long Beach Convention Center to discuss the viability of rescheduling this event at a later time in the year. If that is not possible, then we look forward to presenting the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach on April 16-18, 2021. Further details about possible refunds or credits will be forthcoming.

On March 17, David Malsher from Motorsport.com posted the following article –> GP Association of Long Beach still trying to rescue 2020 event.

After working with the City Of Long Beach, the The Grand Prix Association was unable to find a workable date later in the year. Here is the statement from March 18.

LONG BEACH, Calif. (March 18, 2020) – The Grand Prix Association of Long Beach today announced that it will not be able to conduct the 2020 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach at a date later in the year.

The Grand Prix Association also announced a ticket credit/refund policy for 2020 Acura Grand Prix ticket holders.

“Over the past few days, we have actively pursued the possibility of rescheduling the Acura Grand Prix to a later date this year with the City of Long Beach, the Convention Center, the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and our other race sanctioning bodies,” said Jim Michaelian, president and CEO of the Grand Prix Association. “We are very disappointed that we were unable to put something together for all our loyal fans and valued clients, but trying to reassemble all the elements that have made the Long Beach event such a success does not appear feasible for 2020. As a result, our attention will now be focused on planning the 46th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach on April 16-18, 2021.”

With the Acura Grand Prix unable to be conducted, the following two options will be offered to 2020 ticket holders:

The first option allows ticket holders to receive a credit for tickets purchased which will apply to the same level of admission to the 2021 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach event. The credit will come with a Price Protection Plan which will not only protect them against any price increase for the 2021 Acura Grand Prix but also guarantee they can purchase the same level of ticket for the 2022 event at the 2020 price.

The second option gives ticket holders a full refund (less the processing fee) by April 30, 2020.

The 2021 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will take place April 16-18.


AutoNation INDYCAR Challenge at Circuit of The Americas – April 26, 2020 – CANCELLED

On March 15, Circuit of The Americas announced that they would be laying off staff , saying in a statement:

“COTA is an amphitheater, racetrack, sports stadium, conference center, and place where fans and friends come together to create lading memories. Without concerts, races and games, we have limited us. Understandably and importantly, public safety take precedence over celebratory gatherings. It is our greatest hope that our community remains healthy and, when the virus passes, we reunite for many years of treasured moments with friends and family. 

We are heartbroken for our employees (and their families) who spend all year preparing to welcome guests from Austin and all around the globe, but now find themselves without work. The joy of creating memorable occasions has been replaced with the disappointing reality of a worldwide crisis. It is indeed a terrible time in the event and hospitality business. Most of all, we hope everyone stays healthy, heeds the caution advised by leaders and experts, and comes back to COTA when good times return. 

On March 16, Circuit of The Americas Chairman Bobby Epstein told the Austin-Statesman:

“In the next 90 days alone, events representing nearly 600,000 ticketed visitors have been postponed, canceled, or are in jeopardy,”

He said a “reduced staff” remains but did not elaborate when asked for an exact figure beyond saying, “Half.”

This event did not appear on the tentative NTT INDYCAR SERIES schedule that was released on March 26, 2020, and Mark Miles, CEO and President of Penske Entertainment confirmed that the race has been cancelled.


“Month of May” at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

GMR Grand Prix – May 9 – MOVED to July 4

104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge – May 24 – MOVED to August 23

On Sunday, March 15, the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) issued guidance recommending that any in-person event consisting of 50 people of more be canceled or postponed. 

The full guidance, said:

Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, weddings, and other types of assemblies. These events can be planned not only by organizations and communities but also by individuals.

Therefore, CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events and mass gatherings, recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States.

Events of any size should only be continued if they can be carried out with adherence to guidelines for protecting vulnerable populations, hand hygiene, and social distancing.  When feasible, organizers could modify events to be virtual.

This recommendation does not apply to the day to day operation of organizations such as schools, institutes of higher learning, or businesses. This recommendation is made in an attempt to reduce introduction of the virus into new communities and to slow the spread of infection in communities already affected by the virus.  This recommendation is not intended to supersede the advice of local public health officials.

Eight weeks from March 15, takes us to Sunday, May 10, the day after the GMR Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 

On March 16, INDYCAR and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway put out the following joint statement with regards to the two races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

“We are aware of the CDC’s interim guidance suggesting the postponement of events involving more than 50 people over the next eight weeks. Our priority is to do our part in protecting the public health while still conducting the 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge as scheduled on May 24. This continues to be a dynamic situation which we are monitoring constantly in coordination with federal, state, local and public health officials. We are planning for all contingencies and will be prepared to run the GMR Grand Prix and Indy 500 as the COVID-19 situation permits.”

Later on March 16, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway sent the following message to fans:

Dear Race Fan, 

As you may know, the CDC’s interim guidance suggests the postponement of events involving more than 50 people over the next eight weeks. Our priority is to do our part in protecting the public health while still conducting the 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge as scheduled on Sunday, May 24.

This continues to be a dynamic situation that we are monitoring constantly in coordination with federal, state, local and public health officials. We are planning for all contingencies and will be prepared to run the GMR Grand Prix and Indy 500 as the COVID-19 situation permits.

We appreciate your understanding and patience as everyone navigates these challenging times. We will continue to keep you updated on all developments regarding the Month of May schedule.

As always, thank you for your support of IMS and we will stay in touch.

Sincerely, 

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Team

On March 26, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and NTT INDYCAR SERIES announced that the pair of “Month of May” races would be moving to July and August.

The GMR Grand Prix will be run on July 4th Weekend along with the NASCAR Xfinity and Cup series races.

Here is the release from the iconic track.

INDIANAPOLIS, Thursday, March 26, 2020 – The Indianapolis 500 Presented by Gainbridgehas been rescheduled for Sunday, Aug. 23 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials from INDYCAR and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) announced today. The 104th edition of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” will air live on NBC, with the official green flag time to be announced at a later date.

The GMR Grand Prix will transition to Saturday, July 4 on the IMS road course as part of a historic double-header featuring the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and NASCAR. This first-of-its-kind racing event also will be televised by NBC on Independence Day.

The Indianapolis 500 was originally scheduled for Sunday, May 24, in its traditional spot on the calendar during Memorial Day weekend. The GMR Grand Prix was scheduled to be run on Saturday, May 9.

“The Month of May at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is my favorite time of year, and like our fans, I am disappointed that we have had to reschedule the Indianapolis 500,” Roger Penskesaid. “However, the health and safety of our event participants and spectators is our top priority, and we believe that postponing the event is the responsible decision with the conditions and restrictions we are facing. We will continue to focus on ways we can enhance the customer experience in the months ahead, and I’m confident we will welcome fans with a transformed facility and a global spectacle when we run the world’s greatest race.”

“Memorial Day weekend has always provided Indianapolis 500 fans an opportunity to honor the men and women who have fought and sacrificed for our nation’s freedom,” Penske Entertainment Corp. President and CEO Mark Miles said. “This August, we’ll also have a unique and powerful opportunity to honor the contributions and heroism of the doctors, nurses, first responders and National Guard members serving on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. We’re grateful for the patience of our fans as we’ve navigated this situation, and we extend our thanks to NBC for its terrific partnership and diligent work to maximize broadcast coverage with this new schedule.”

On-track action in August will begin at IMS with practice sessions on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 12-13, followed by Fast Friday on Aug. 14 and Indianapolis 500 Qualifications on Saturday and Sunday Aug. 15-16. Each day of qualifications will be televised on NBC, providing more network coverage of qualifications for fans than in 2019. A full broadcast schedule will be released soon.

The following week’s schedule will begin with hot pit-stop practice sessions on Thursday, Aug. 20 and include Indy Lights practice and qualifying. The Indy Lights Freedom 100 race, a significantly expanded Indy 500 Pit Stop Challenge and final Indianapolis 500 practice will take place on Friday, Aug. 21 as part of Miller Lite Carb Day, followed by the public drivers’ meeting and full-field autograph session on Saturday, Aug. 22 as part of Legends Day presented by Firestone.

As a result of the schedule changes at IMS, the INDYCAR races scheduled for Aug. 16 and Aug. 22 have been rescheduled. The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio is now scheduled for Aug. 9, and the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway is now scheduled for Aug. 30. An updated 2020 NTT INDYCAR SERIES calendar is available at this linkand can also be found at the bottom of this release. 

GMR Grand Prix Makes Historic Move

The GMR Grand Prix will take the green flag Saturday, July 4, before the first NASCAR Xfinity Series race on the IMS road course – the Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard. The unique holiday racing lineup will mark the first time that the NTT INDYCAR SERIES will compete at the same track on the same weekend as both the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Tickets already purchased for the Indianapolis 500, GMR Grand Prix and associated on-track days such as Miller Lite Carb Day and Crown Royal Armed Forces Qualifying Weekend will be valid on the rescheduled dates. Individuals already in possession of those tickets should use them for entry. To learn more about the adjusted on-track schedule, review customer FAQ’s and submit questions, fans can visit www.ims.com/COVID19.

Important Indy 500 Race Weekend Concert Update

All concerts scheduled for the original Race Weekend in May have been canceled. This includes REO Speedwagon and Styx on Friday, May 22, Luke Bryan on Saturday, May 23 and Martin Garrix on Sunday, May 24.

This decision was made to provide the maximum flexibility possible to complete the Indianapolis 500 by Sunday, Aug. 23 and provide room for any contingency plans necessary. IMS appreciates the understanding of fans and regrets that the COVID-19 situation has caused the cancellation of these events.

Fans who made concert-specific purchases will be able to access a credit for any IMS event, including the Indy 500, or choose to receive a refund. IMS concert customers will receive further communication on how to exercise their ticketing options.

Enhanced Health and Safety Measures at IMS

IMS and INDYCAR officials will continue to work closely with local, state and federal health representatives to ensure a safe and healthy experience for spectators. Enhanced measures that will be in place once activity resumes at IMS include:

•Increasing housekeeping staff at the track to elevate frequency of cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces

•Using cleaning products that meet current EPA and CDC guidelines for registered disinfectants to be used against COVID-19

•Educating all employees on CDC prevention guidance, including proper handwashing technique and requesting that all vendors communicate strict hygiene protocol to staff

•Increasing public hand-sanitizing stations in high-traffic areas, containing sanitizer that meets or exceeds the CDC standard for alcohol content

•Reducing required hand-to-hand interactions between customers and staff at concession areas and other key IMS locations

The tentative July 4th weekend schedule is as follows:

DATE
EVENT
Wednesday, July 1
 Driven2SaveLives BC39 USAC Midgets
Thursday, July 2
Driven2SaveLives BC39 Racing USAC Midgets / Road To Indy action
Friday, July 3
NASCAR Xfinity Practice / NTT INDYCAR SERIES activity / Road To Indy action
Saturday, July 4
NASCAR Xfinity Pennzoil 150 / GMR Grand Prix (INDYCAR) – road course
Sunday, July 5
Big Machine Vodka 400 At The Brickyard – oval

The tentative 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge schedule is as follows

DATE
EVENT
Wednesday August, 12
Indianapolis 500 Practice
Thursday, August 13
Indianapolis 500 Practice
Friday, August 14
Fast Friday – Indianapolis 500 Practice
Saturday, August 15
Crown Royal Armed Forces Qualifying
Sunday, August 16
Crown Royal Armed Forces Qualifying
Thursday, August 20
Indianapolis 500 Practice – Freedom 100 Practice & Qual
Friday, Aug 21
Miller Lite Carb Day – Freedom 100
Saturday, August 22
Legends Day Presented By Firestone
Sunday, August 23
104 Indianapolis 500


Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation – May 30-31

The next event after the Indianapolis 500 is the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation and they have issued the following statement on March 13.

“Detroit Grand Prix officials are working with local authorities to actively monitor all information as it relates to the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19, including updates and recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). Event officials will also continue to work closely with the City of Detroit, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and all of the racing series competing at the Grand Prix. The well-being of the spectators, volunteers, employees and event participants are our top priority. Event planning continues and no disruptions are anticipated for the 2020 Grand Prix event schedule. Grand Prix officials will provide further updates on the situation, as needed, closer to the event weekend.”

Motorsport.com reports that as of March 30, plans for the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation were still moving forward. It includes a statement from an event spokesperson. IndyCar stands by season-opening Detroit date – for now


Genesys Technology 600 – June 6, 2020

The 1.5-mile Texas Motor Speedway oval had to postpone the NASCAR event scheduled for March 27-29, 2020.

There have been no public statements made about the Genesys Technology 600 on June 6th.


REV Group Grand Prix At Road America – June 21, 2020

The iconic road course in Elkhart Lake, Wis. posted the following message on March 17.

Due to the presence in the United States of COVID-19, an infectious strain of the coronavirus, and governors across the country issuing restrictions on large events and public gatherings, Road America strongly encourages everyone to comply with all restrictions imposed by federal, state and local authorities affecting all activities.

At this time, we don’t expect any disruptions to our schedule.

In addition, whether participating in individual or group activity, please follow best practices published by the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention. Frequent Hand-washing – Cover Up Coughs – If You Don’t Feel Well, Stay Home.

Road America will continue to work with series organizers and other partners to monitor the situation.


Richmond Raceway INDYCAR – June 27

Much like Texas Motor Speedway, Richmond Raceway has also had their first NASCAR event postponed, but have made no announcement on the NTT INDYCAR SERIES weekend.


Honda Indy Toronto – July 12

On March 31st, Toronto mayor John Tory cancelled all city and city permitted events until June 30.

Here is the statement we recieved from Green Savoree Racing Promotions

The Honda Indy Toronto is on the NTT INDYCAR SERIES schedule for July 10-12, 2020. Conversations have been ongoing with Exhibition Place, City of Toronto, Honda Canada and INDYCAR with the intention to hold the event on the originally scheduled date as planned. The event is subject to the guidance and mandates of federal, provincial and municipal authorities regarding public gatherings and travel. The health and safety of all associated with the Honda Indy Toronto will remain the priority.”


Iowa 300 – July 18

The track released the following statement.

As a race fan, you are the heart and soul of what we do and why we do it. We simply can’t thank you enough for your unwavering support through these difficult and uncertain times. The situation with COVID-19 is extremely dynamic and we will continue to update you on our decisions related to the 2020 schedule.

Our team continues to work diligently to prepare for our 15th season of world-class racing at Iowa Speedway but at the same time we realize things in our sport are changing daily.

While we closely monitor the situation at hand, racing events at Iowa Speedway for 2020 currently remain on the calendar as scheduled. As our racing series partners evaluate their respective seasons, we will continue to keep you posted at IowaSpeedway.com and through our normal social media channels Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

We are just as eager as you are to return to the track. What is important now is bigger than the world of racing, and we must focus on everyone’s safety and well-being during this unprecedented time. As we continue to navigate this evolving situation, I encourage you all to be safe and practice the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization.

Thank you again for your support, and I look forward to seeing you back at Iowa Speedway soon.


Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio – August 16 – MOVED to August 9

The Lexington, Ohio track agreed to move their race back one week to help accommodate moving the Indianapolis 500 to August 23, 2020, and released the following statement.

“INDYCAR announced earlier today that The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course originally set for Aug. 14-16, 2020, has been moved to one week earlier on the calendar to Aug. 7-9, 2020.

This shift is in support of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES’ efforts to run as many of its points championship races as possible in 2020. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course moving up its date also opens up the summer calendar further for the Indianapolis 500 to run on August 23, 2020.

This rescheduled date is subject to the ongoing guidance and mandates of national, state and local authorities regarding public gatherings. The health and safety of all associated with this event will remain the priority of Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

Previously purchased tickets to The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio will be valid and honored on the rescheduled dates of Aug. 7-9, 2020. Email info@midohio.com for any questions on ticket purchases and additional information.


Bommarito Automotive Group 500 – August 22 – MOVED TO August 30

On March 26, it was announced that the NTT INDYCAR SERIES race at World Wide Technology Raceway At Gateway would be moving one week forward to help create a slot for the Indianapolis 500. Here is the statement from the St. Louis Area track.

Earlier today, the NTT IndyCar Series announced schedule changes which  involved both the Indianapolis 500 and World Wide Technology Raceway. As a result, the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 now will take place on Sunday, August 30, 2020.

“The current situation requires that everyone be fluid, solve problems and work together,” said WWTR Owner and CEO Curtis Francois. “The entire INDYCAR organization worked closely with us to come to a solution that enables us to host the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 just one week later than originally scheduled. We are grateful for their continued support and will be coming up with creative ideas for the promotion of the event.

“We now are in conversations with the other sanctioning bodies involved with the race weekend to develop a new event schedule of activities. We will be providing updates as soon possible so that our fans can enjoy a great weekend of racing in St. Louis on August 28-30, 2020.”



Grand Prix of Portland – September 6 – MOVED TO September 13

On March 26, the Grand Prix of Portland announced that the Rose City event would be moving one week. Here is the statement from Green Savoree Racing Promotions.

“INDYCAR announced earlier today that the Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway (PIR) originally set for Sept. 4-6, 2020, has been moved to one week later on the calendar to Sept. 11-13, 2020.


This shift is in support of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES’ efforts to run as many of its points championship races as possible in 2020. The date at PIR moving back also opens up the summer calendar further for the Indianapolis 500 to run on August 23, 2020.


This rescheduled date is subject to the ongoing guidance and mandates of national, state and local authorities regarding public gatherings. The health and safety of all associated with this event will remain the priority of the Grand Prix of Portland and PIR.


Previously purchased tickets to the Grand Prix of Portland will be valid and honored on the rescheduled dates of Sept. 11-13, 2020. Email tickets@portlandgp.com for any questions on ticket purchases and additional information.”


Firestone Grand Prix Of Monterey – September 20

There have been no public statements about this race.


2020 NTT INDYCAR SERIES schedule (as of March 26, 2020)

DATE
EVENTTRACK
Saturday, May 30
Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation Dual #1Raceway at Belle Isle
Sunday, May 31
Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation Dual #2Raceway at Belle Isle
Saturday, June 6
Genesys Technology 600Texas Motor Speedway
Sunday, June 21
REV Group Grand Prix At Road AmericaRoad America
Saturday, June 27
Indy Richmond 300Richmond Raceway
Saturday, July 4
GMR Grand PrixIndianapolis Motor Speedway
Sunday, July 12
Honda Indy TorontoStreets Of Exhibition Place
Saturday, July 18
Iowa 300Iowa Speedway
Sunday, August 9
Honda Indy 200 at Mid-OhioMid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Sunday, August 23
104th Indianapolis 500 presented by GainbridgeIndianapolis Motor Speedway
Sunday, August 30
Bommarito Automotive Group 500 Presented by Valvoline and AxaltaWorld Wide Technology Raceway At Gateway
Sunday, September 13
Grand Prix of PortlandPortland International Raceway
Sunday, September 20
Firestone Grand Prix Of MontereyWeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
TBD Finale
Streets Of St. PetersburgStreets of St. Petersburg

What other race series and events are doing

Formula 1

  • February 12 – Chinese Grand Prix (April 19) postponed
  • March 13 – Australian Grand Prix canceled (March 15) – Bahrain Grand Prix (March 22) and Vietnam Grand Prix (April 5) postponed
  • Dutch Grand Prix (May 3), apd Spanish Grand Prix (May 10) postponed
  • March 19 – Monaco Grand Prix (May 24) is canceled for the first time since 1954
  • March 23 – The Azerbaijan Grand Prix has been postponed
  • First event on schedule is currently the Canadian Grand Prix, scheduled for June 14

NASCAR

  • March 13 – Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway (March 15) and Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway (March 22) are postponed
  • March 16 – O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (March 29), Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway (April 5), Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway (April 19), GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway (April 26), and Gander RV 400 at Dover International Speedway (May 3) were postponed
  • That leaves the Blu-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway on May 9

IMSA and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship

  • March 12 – The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours Of Sebring was moved from March 21 to November 14
  • March 17 – Acura Sports Car Challenge at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (May 3) was postponed
  • March 18 – The Acura Grand Prix Of Long Beach was cancelled

World Endurance Championship

  • March 12 – The 1000 Miles Of Sebring (March 20) was canceled
  • March 16 – The 6 Hours of Spa (April 25) was postponed
  • March 18 – The 24H Le Mans has been moved from June 13-14 to September 19-20.

Formula E

  • February 2 – The Sanya (China) E-Prix (March 21) was postponed
  • March 6 – The Rome (Italy) E-Prix (April 6) was postponed
  • March 11 – The Jakarta (Indonesia) E-Prix (June 6) was postponed
  • March 13 – The Paris (France) E-Prix (April 18) and the Seoul (South Korea) E-Prix (May 3) were postponed
  • The next scheduled race on the calendar, the Berlin (Germany) E-Prix, is slated for June 21.

Other large events in the same time frame as the Indianapolis 500 that have been postponed / moved / canceled:

The Kentucky Derby, which was to run on May 2, 2020, has been moved to September 5, 2020 – Event announcement

The PGA Championship, was to take place at the TPC Harding Park Course in San Francisco from May 11-17, has been postponed to a later date. – Event announcement

The French Open tennis grand slam has been moved to a September 20, 2020 start from the original starting date of May 24, 2020. — Event announcement

Copa America, and Euro 2020, a pair of important quadrennial soccer / football tournaments set to start on June 12, 2020, have been postponed until 2021. – New York Times story

The 24 Hours of Le Mans, originally set for June 13-14, 2020, has been moved to September 19-20, 2020. Event announcement

On March 24, the International Olympic Committee and Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo announced that the game scheduled for July 24 – August 9 have been postponed to 2021. Official Statement

On April 1, the All England Club announced that The Championships (Wimbledon) would be cancelled for 2020. Official Statement