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COVID clampdown prompts Mid-Ohio IndyCar re-schedule

Next weekend’s Honda Indy 200 doubleheader at Mid-Ohio will not take place as scheduled. A new date, in either September or October, is desired by Green Savoree Race Promotions. The change comes in reaction to state and local advisories that would prevent the possibility of having fans in attendance. The popular stop in central Ohio was transformed from a single race to a twin-bill on Monday to help add more events to the calendar in the wake of IndyCar’s west coast swing (Portland and Monterey) being cancelled due to COVID-19. With a similar rise in coronavirus cases in Ohio, governor Mike DeWine and the state’s health and infectious disease officials have clamped down on large...
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