In May of 2020, the Myrtle Beach Speedway announced they planned to close until further notice. Due to COVID-19, the speedway had concerns for the safety of employees and guests. They’ve since re-opened their doors and rolled out a new summer schedule.
The outdoor facility has several safety precautions in place adhering to the sanitation standards recommended by the CDC. All guests are asked to practice social distancing. Surfaces are disinfected continuously and they assure that those employees working are healthy.
Each week, the speedway fills with vintage cars, chargers, and more. Each week starts a new theme for guests to participate in. Advanced car registration and tickets are for sale online.
Also, a part of the summer schedule is the MB NATIONALS Summer Heat from July 23rd – 25th. This heat is the self-proclaimed “biggest and baddest truck and car show in Myrtle Beach, SC.” Vehicle registration begins at $50 and spectator tickets start at $20. It appears this summer won’t be a bummer for speedway fans. For more information regarding coronavirus guidelines, visit the official website of the Myrtle Beach Speedway.