MALTA, N.Y. – Due to saturated grounds and more rain throughout the day, Super DIRTcar Series and track officials have been forced to postpone Tuesday’s Horsepower 100 at Albany-Saratoga Speedway.
Series and track officials have agreed to reschedule the race for July 13.
“In looking at the schedules, Lyle Devore, promoter of Albany-Saratoga Speedway and I were fortunate to find a rain date to bring back the Horsepower 100 in rapid time,” Super DIRTcar Series Director Dean Reynolds said. “The Eastern Part of NY has always been popular with big blocks and several series followers call Albany-Saratoga home. So we are glad we can still give them a show.”
The mid-morning cancellation comes as an effort to save teams and fans from traveling without racing.
Next up, the Super DIRTcar Series takes on Land of Legends Raceway for the Liberty 100 on Thursday, July 1. Then, Ransomville Speedway hosts the Summer Nationals Super DIRTcar event on Tuesday, July 6.