Cambridge driver Riley Stenjem (77) challenges Lake Mills’ Schaun Scheel (8), the eventual 2019 Late Model champion, for the lead during an August race at Jefferson Speedway.

JEFFERSON — Due to the ongoing situation regarding the COVID-19 virus, the 2020 racing season at Jefferson Speedway is currently on hold.

The local raceway, located halfway between Cambridge and Jefferson on Highway 18, is working diligently with local government and health officials to determine when and how it can get the season started and get back to all the fun events at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

Jefferson Speedway is focused on rescheduling as much of its regular schedule as possible so everyone can enjoy Saturday night stock car racing, the crazy Tournaments of Destruction, Track Attack events, Slide Society and Madison Sports Car Club.

This also includes the Sunday morning Bargain Fair.

If necessary, Jefferson Speedway will go deeper into the fall (as weather permits) to recover as much of its schedule as possible. In the meantime, it is taking advantage of the time off to work on some cool projects at the speedway to enhance the fan experience.

Jefferson Speedway will abide by the CDC and wait until state officials give the “all clear” to proceed and will hit the ground running. Stay tuned for further updates as they become available by logging onto its homepage: www.jeffersonspeedway.com.

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