Can-Am Speedway management is waiting patiently for the official word from NYS, with anticipation that spectators will be allowed for
the upcoming Pabst Shoot-Out scheduled for Wednesday July 1st.
Track owner Tyler Bartlett said “it’s been a long time coming, but hopefully word from Albany later this week will allow us to have fans in attendance” for what is always one of the most popular nights of the season at the LaFargeville oval.
With the 2020 racing season being delayed due to the Corona Virus, this will be the opening event for the always exciting Empire Super Sprints and a solid field of cars is expected. Joining the Winged Warriors will be the Whitesboro Plow Shop-358 DIRTcar Modifieds battling for the $2000 winners check over a 30 lap distance, all qualifiers will receive $250 to take the green.
The FX Caprara Honda-DIRTcar Sportsman will have their own 30 lap feature event in a DIRTcar Sportsman Series race paying $1000 to win and the Mod-Lites will return to complete the 4 division show.
The annual Pabst Shoot-Out packs the pit area and with fans being allowed for the first time in 2020, it is sure to be an exciting night of dirt track racing action.
All CDC guidelines will be followed with face masks and social distancing in place.There will be show up points for the Whitesboro Plow Shop-358 DIRTcar Modifieds and FX Caprara Honda-DIRTcar Sportsman. Racing will be sponsored by St. Lawrence Radiology, pit gates will open at 3:00 with grandstand gates swinging open at 5:00 and the first green flag waving at 7:00.
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