The North South Super Late Model Challenge 100 scheduled for Saturday, May 30 has been suspended.
The decision was made in accordance with continued dialogue between Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and The Fairgrounds Nashville due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The race was set to be a tri-sanctioned Super Late Model race between the Champion Racing Association, CARS Tour and Southern Super Series.
The race was not described as a cancellation, nor a postponement, but series and track officials are working towards a reschedule date if possible.
In addition to the postponement, the Track Enterprises operating group has moved parts of that event from Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway to Lebanon I-44 Speedway in Lebanon, Missouri for an event on Saturday, May 30.
The new event in Lebanon will feature the ARCA CRA Super Series Super Late Models, JEGS Tour Pro Late Models and the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks. The CRA Super Series race will be the new season opener for the division and will run 125 laps. The Pro Late Model race will be 100 laps and the Street Stocks will run 75 laps.
The Champion Racing Association contested events at the three-eighths mile oval five times from 2013 through 2017 with the Masters of the Pros special event for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Pro Late Model Toyr. The last race, July 3, 2017 was won by two-time Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Late Model Track Champion, Cole Williams.
The event will take place in front of a limited grandstand audience. Tickets can be purchased online at i44speedway.net, cra-racing.com or trackenterprises.com.