due to heavy flooding, no races this week

PUNTA GORDA, Fla.- The worst of Tropical Storm Debby has left the Punta
Gorda area, allowing City officials to reopen most streets. High tide hit the
City at about 9:40 a.m. today, and it didn’t cause the same heavy flooding
that had resulted in numerous street closures throughout the last 72
hours. Most streets will remain open unless conditions deteriorate. City
officials will be monitoring the streets, especially during high tides and heavy
rain falls.
With that being said, the speedways front parking area is one of the areas
under water, as it sits somewhat lower than the new road that was put in
cutting across the front of the speedway. As of now, it is unsafe to drive
into the speedways parking lots and it will take more than a day or 2 of no
rain at all to become safe to drive on. The speedway owner will not put the
fans or drivers in an unsafe situation and regrets that this week?s racing
for June 30th will have to be cancelled. All races and championship night
will be rescheduled for July 7th .
Punta Gorda Speedway regrets any inconvenience this has caused, but it is
out of our hands and we will keep rescheduling until we get this huge
championship night of racing in.
The Punta Gorda Speedway would like to thank our drivers, crews and fans
for their continued support and look forward to seeing everyone at our
mid-season championship.

July 7th racing will be FEATURES only
and will include:

Super Late Model 100
Goodyear 12 pack series race # 5
Legends 25 laps
Late Model /Sportsman 35 laps
Pro Truck 25 laps
Rookie Trucks
Perfect Pest Control Pro 4 25 laps
Road Warrior 25 laps
Street Stock 25 laps
Open Wheel Modified 25 laps
Cowboy Cadillac 25 laps
S.E Champ Kart Series