Canada’s Jukasa Motor Speedway postpones 2020 season to 2021


LONDON, ON, CA – Management at Jukasa Motor Speedway are disappointed to announce all events which were originally scheduled for the 2020 season have been postponed to 2021.

“It was gut-wrenching to reach this conclusion”, said Alex Nagy, General Manager of Jukasa Motor Speedway. “At this time we are still limited to 100 fans due to COVID-19 restrictions, and with the Canada/USA border still closed it is not feasible to hold events this year, sadly including our huge Labour Day weekend event, the Canadian Short Track Nationals.”

The APC United Late Model Series, OSCAAR, and the NASCAR Pinty’s Series have events scheduled at Jukasa in September as part of their reconfigured condensed season that is not affected by the postponement to 2021 of originally scheduled events. These events on September 12th and September 26th are presently planned to be held with no fans; if the number of fans permitted increases, we will let you know. They will be televised or streamed; check our website or social channels for details.

“This has been an unusual year, to say the least,” continued Nagy. “First and foremost we hope everyone stayed, and remains, safe. At Jukasa, we are working diligently to do our best during this time and cannot thank our fans, competitors, and partners enough for their support and patience. We look forward to announcing 2021 dates later this year and can’t wait until we have everyone back here with us doing what we all love to do!”

Fans with advance tickets and camping for the postponed events should hold onto them and monitor our website and social media channels for the rescheduled 2021. If you should have questions or for more information please email info@jukasamotorspeedway.com. All fellow track promoters and sanctioning bodies continue to work with Provincial and Federal governments to get everyone safely back to the track as soon as possible.

Once again, on behalf of everyone at Jukasa thank you for your patience and understanding during this time of uncertainty. We will get through this together.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and thanks for your continued support of Jukasa Motor Speedway.

See everyone soon!

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