LAFARGEVILLE — Can-Am Speedway will host another race without spectators at 7 p.m. Friday, the track announced on Facebook on Sunday.
The first two races of the season have been held with no fans and limited crew members due to COVID-19. There will be races in the 358-modified, sportsman, pro stock, thunder cars and mod lite divisions.
Dirt Track Digest TV will also host a pay-per-view livestream for $19.99 with a link to be available later in the week.
The announcement added the track will be off June 26 for graduation weekend, but hopeful for fans to be allowed in for the Pabst Shootout on July 1.
n Watertown’s Tim McCreadie placed 12th in the 60-lap Mountain Moonshine Classic Saturday night at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn.
McCreadie is still second in the series points standings. Brandon Overton earned his third win of the season.