Virgin Australia Supercup champion Scott McLaughlin says he is taking a wait and see approach amid the high possibility that his debut NTT IndyCar Series race will be postponed due to the ongoing Covid 19 outbreak across the world.

The Coronavirus has caused the cancellation of sporting events around the globe and while the NTT IndyCar Series and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have said that they will do everything in their power to ensure the month of May goes ahead as planned but that they have contingency plans in place.

Writing in his Scott’s Corner Column, McLaughlin said:

There’s so much speculation right now with the IndyCar schedule.

McLaughlin went on to say:

But that’s all it is, speculation. As I write this now, I know there’s a fair degree of doubt on the Indy Grand Prix taking place at Indianapolis in early May – but let’s just wait and see.

“There are way more important issues right now than racing cars, and while I’m disappointed at how this is potentially playing out, I’m not losing sight of the big picture.


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