Racing Update: Lucas Oil Raceway Suspends Activities for 30 Days

Brownsburg, IN — Lucas Oil Raceway officials have announced that all activities at that facility are being suspended for thirty (30) days in response to the coronavirus pandemic.


The suspension unfortunately will force the cancellation of the Allgaier Performance Parts Cabin Fever event that was scheduled for April 4 and 5 and a number of the normal weekly racing activities as well as postpone the Cleatus and Cars event.


Lucas Oil Raceway intends at this time to resume the original schedule on April 17 with a “Fast Friday” Test-N-Tune on the dragstrip, followed by the kickoff to the 2020 Brown’s Oil Service E.T. Bracket Series Presented by Brownsburg Comfort Suites” event on Saturday, April 18 and continue thereafter, subject to developments in the interim.


Lucas Oil Raceway will continue to monitor the situation closely, to listen to experts, and to be transparent as to when they believe racing will resume at Lucas Oil Raceway.


This decision was made with heavy hearts as we see the effects this pandemic is having on the world, the country and our Lucas Oil Raceway family. With recommendations to practice social distancing and reduce social gatherings, we believe this is the right decision and will be the most effective was to protect everyone in the long run.


We are all in this complicated, uncertain and rapidly changing situation together, and we encourage everyone to look out for each other. Please take care of yourselves and your loved ones. We encourage you to consult for information and updates.


Please continue to monitor and follow us on social media for additional schedule updates.


-Lucas Oil Raceway Press Release
-Photo Credit: Speed51

Racing Update: Lucas Oil Raceway Suspends Activities for 30 Days