To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has turned the US and the world upside down would be an understatement. The USPKS posts the following about the near future: "We hope you are all safe and healthy, and patiently waiting just like we are. We want our racers, staff, and attendees to be safe, but to also not be in fear. We want them to have fun at the track, and not be looking over their shoulder the entire time. To that end, we would prefer to delay the start of our racing season a little longer, so that when we do get together, we do it in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere. We don’t need to race just yet, so if waiting a little longer makes it easier to put on a better, more well attended race where people are comfortable and happy, then so be it. We have consulted with numerous racers, track officials, series sponsors, and other stakeholders in the process, and it’s almost unanimous, that delaying the start of the 2020 racing seasons for both USPKS and Route 66 until at after July 1st, will be worth it. So, any races scheduled for prior to July 1st, are postponed."