The NTT IndyCar Series has announced the date for the 2020 season finale.
St. Petersburg, Florida will host the event on 25 October.
This is the second time in 2020, for the trucks to roll into the parking area in St. Petersburg, since all the field had made it to the track in March, where the opening round should have been run. The event was cancelled a few hours before Indycar was to go out for practice, but instead everybody should pack up, and go back to their COVID-19 shelters at home.
This will be the 16th year in a row for Indycar to hold a race at the circuit. Trans-Am and Champ-Car had used the track prior to that, but Indycar took charge of the track in 2005, sharing with American Le Mans Series for three years. The regular Indycar support series like Indy Pro 2000 and Pro Mazda have been on the bill since, plus various other series.
The NTT IndyCar Series expects the 2020 season to start in three weeks’ time in Texas.