Live Tracker: When will NASCAR, Formula 1 and IndyCar resume?

Multiple NASCAR, Formula 1 and IndyCar races have been postponed and/or canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. When will each series resume? Check back periodically for updates.

The coronavirus outbreak brought the sports world to a screeching halt this past week, sending it into uncharted territory.

While the racing series of NASCAR (Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Truck Series), Formula 1 and IndyCar did not suspend their seasons nor postpone events as quickly as other leagues such as the NBA and NHL did, their seasons have been met with a similar fate after all.

There is now no racing for the foreseeable future.

Stay up to date with all NASCAR, Formula 1 and IndyCar postponements and cancellations: POSTPONEMENT AND CANCELLATION TRACKER

So when will action resume? Or, in the cases of Formula 1 and IndyCar, which never actually started their 2020 seasons, when will it begin?

Nobody knows the definitive answer to those questions, which will surely be asked millions of times over the next few weeks with no races to attend or watch on TV.

But when action does get underway once again, we want you to be ready. So as of now, here are the next races on the schedule that have NOT been postponed and/or canceled.

NOTE: ALL OF THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO THE UNPREDICTABILITY OF THIS UNPRECEDENTED SITUATION! EXPECT UPDATES!

Last update: Tuesday, April 28 at 8:00 a.m. ET

NASCAR

Charlotte Motor Speedway: Friday, May 15 to Sunday, May 24

  • Initially the 13th race on the Cup Series schedule; would be the fifth

Charlotte Motor Speedway: Saturday, May 23 (Xfinity Series), Friday, May 15 (Truck Series)

  • Initially the 11th race on the Xfinity Series schedule; would be the fifth
  • Initially the eighth race on the Truck Series schedule; would be the third

Formula 1

Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring: Friday, July 3 to Sunday, July 5

  • Initially the 11th race on the schedule; would be the first

IndyCar

Texas Motor Speedway: Friday, June 5 to Saturday, June 6

  • Initially the ninth race on the schedule; would be the first
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While we would all like to get racing back underway as quickly as possible, the priority remains the safety and well-being of everybody involved not only in the racing world but in this global pandemic.

To all of our fans, followers, readers, etc. and all of your friends and family, please do your best to stay safe and healthy and ensure that those around you are doing the same!

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