By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
The state of Illinois will advance to phase four of his Restore Illinois plan on June 26, allowing spectator sports to reopen to fan attendance at 20% of a venue's capacity.
Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker announced on Monday that the state will advance to phase four of his Restore Illinois plan on June 26. During phase four, spectator sports facilities, including racetracks, may reopen to fan attendance at 20% of a venue’s capacity. Previously, motorsports venues were restricted to testing and tuning, and off-limits to spectators.
The SEMA-supported Illinois Motorsports Coalition (IMC), a group comprised of racing facilities across Illinois, previously submitted an eight-step plan to Governor Pritzker to allow motorsports to safely resume statewide.
Performance Racing Industry has compiled an up-to-date listing of motorsports’ status in each state. Discover whether racing venues in your area are ready to drop the green flag.
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