ASHEVILLE, NC : Race tracks across the State of North Carolina have received letters from the Department of Health and Human Services this week which has put a halt to many of those scheduled events in the state. This has caused the unfortunate postponement of Saturday, August 8th’s Southeast Super Truck Series event that was set to take place at Tri-County Speedway in Hudson, North Carolina. This is not an event cancellation as the Series is looking at alternatives to move events around and complete a full 2020 season schedule.
Today, Gov. Roy Cooper has extended the Phase 2 hold on North Carolina for the next five weeks, which carries that executive order through at least September 11th. The Legends Messer Heating & Air Double Dare Challenge has been postponed for this week and will be rescheduled to a later date in the year. There has been a lot of work and investment to make this one of the biggest Legend Car events in the country, and while we are disappointed that it has to be put on a temporary hold, rest assured it will take place in 2020.
Currently, the next scheduled event is Saturday, August 22nd at Dillon Motor Speedway in Dillon, South Carolina. However, please stayed tuned to our social channels and website (found below) for continuous schedule changes as things are evolving every day. More information on additional race dates, track locations or other news will be posted when released by the Southeast Super Truck Series.
As always we appreciate the support of our race teams and sponsors and this series would not be possible without any of them. We look forward to the next event and we will have those details posted in the upcoming days.
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