The NTT IndyCar Series are set to have an extremely busy July provided that we are back to racing by then.
The series announced on Monday that as a result of the global COVID 19 pandemic they have rescheduled the start of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season.
As it stands the season will get underway on Saturday June 9 with the Genesys 600 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Road America in Wisconsin kicks off the marathon stretch of six races in six weeks on June 21.
The series heads to Richmond Raceway on June 27 before travelling the 630 miles to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the first of three races at the Brickyard with the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis due to take place on Saturday July 4.
From Indianapolis Motor Speedway the NTT IndyCar Series are set to travel 518 miles across the border to Canada for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Toronto on July 12.
From Toronto, the NTT IndyCar Series will end their journey with an approximate 800 mile road trip to Newton, Iowa for the doubleheader Iowa Corn 300 which kicks off on July 17.
The teams will cover approximately 2,904 miles by road over the course of the six week stint provided they can race.