The 2021 Super Bowl of Racing, originally scheduled for January 21-23, has been cancelled due to concerns with COVID-19.
From the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series:
BATAVIA, OH (December 12, 2020) – As 2020 comes to an end, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and our staff look forward to new beginnings and a new year, however, due to COVID-19, some of the challenges from this past race season will carry over into the new year.
Since 2014, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series has kicked off Speed Weeks with the Super Bowl of Racing at Golden Isles Speedway. However, due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases in their region, the team at Golden Isles Speedway has decided to cancel the event for 2021.
Golden Isles Speedway officials stated, “It’s been a very difficult decision to cancel the 2021 Super Bowl of Racing. We feel that we must prioritize the health and safety of those that make such an event great – drivers, crew members, spectators, sponsors, vendors, and other patrons. We are disappointed in this development, but we feel it’s something we must do. We look forward to working with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series to host the Super Bowl of Racing in 2022 – as we all know and love.”
The Series supports and respects the Golden Isles decision and looks forward to returning to Brunswick, GA again, next season.