Following last week’s cancellation of the 100 Acre Wood Rally, the American Rally Association has also taken the decision to postpone the Olympus Rally.
The event was set to take place on 25-26 April, little over a month after 100 AW.
“Given the uncertainty and ever-changing situation of the coronavirus pandemic in our country, the USAC management team is working cohesively with race promoters and track operators for races scheduled over the next 30 days,” the ARA said in a statement.
“Decisions on each race will be made according to local, state and federal mandates that ensure the safety of all our fans and teams.
“After much discussion, the Olympus Rally scheduled to be held April 25-26 in Washington will be postponed. Organizers from the event and the ARA are looking at a possible new date in May, or one later on the 2020 calendar.”
Unlike the 100 Acre Wood rally, the door has been left open for the Olympus Rally to be rescheduled for later in the year.
The fourth round of the 2020 ARA series season, the Oregon Trail Rally, is still set to take place on 29-31 May.