The 2020 Chevrolet Belle Isle Grand Prix of Detroit presented by Lear which was originally due to take place on May 30 but was rescheduled as the first race of the NTT IndyCar Series season due to the COVID 19 global pandemic.

On Monday the NTT IndyCar Series announced that the Detroit double header has been cancelled for this year and will return in 2021.

The NTT IndyCar Series also announced additional races in Iowa, at WhetherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.

Organisers of the Chevrolet Belle Isle Grand Prix presented by Lear have revealed that ticket holders for this year’s event can defer their tickets until 2021 or they can request a refund through the event website.

Detroit Grand Prix Chairman Bud Denker said:

The Grand Prix is a very important event for Belle Isle Park, the City of Detroit, the City of Windsor and all of southeast Michigan. It is certainly disappointing that it won’t take place this year, but the health and safety of everyone at the Grand Prix is always our top priority. “We looked at every possible scenario to reschedule the race, but all of them would have been too disruptive to the hundreds of fall events that will take place on Belle Isle. Some events, like weddings, family reunions and festivals, have been scheduled a year in advance and it would not be right to alter anyone’s plans. We look forward to the Grand Prix returning in 2021 as we continue our mission of revitalizing Belle Isle Park and providing significant support to the Belle Isle Conservancy, while helping to inject millions of dollars in economic benefit to our cities and our region.

The 2021 Chevrolet Belle Isle Grand Prix of Detroit presented by Lear double header is scheduled to take place from June 4-6 2021.

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