CONFIRMED: THE 2020 INDY SUPERCROSS HAS BEEN CANCELED (UPDATED)
CONFIRMED: THE 2020 INDIANAPOLIS SUPERCROSS HAS BEEN CANCELED
We first had confirmation that the 2020 Indianapolis Supercross would not allow fans to enter into the stadium and watch the race and now gotten the official word from FELD Entertainment that ROUND ELEVEN OF THE 2020 MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS SEASON IN INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, HAS BEEN CANCELED. This tweet below from the governor of Indiana confirmed it that they would not allow events of more than 250 people and now FELD has confirmed that the race will not go on. We were hopeful that it might still happen without any spectators, but even if they were to try to do that, the amount of people needed to operate the race isn’t small and would definitely be close to 250 people if not more when you include riders, mechanics, team managers, TV reporters, TV cameramen, media, AMA officials, flaggers, track workers and so on. Below is the tweet from Indiana’s governor, Eric Holcomb. Click the link below for all of our coverage on the pandemic and the official statement from FELD Entertainment.