SRX race moved due to State of Emergency

The race at Thunder Road Speedbowl has been moved; Series statement

President Biden has declared of State of Emergency for Vermont. The area has been hit by heavy rains and caused significant damage in the area.

The storm is called a 1 in a 100-year storm.

Next week, SRX was set to visit Thunder Road Speedbowl. The track is a 1/4-mile bullring in Barre, Vermont.

Due to the storm, SRX has been forced to cancel the trip to Thunder Road.

Last night, the SRX season opened with a race at Stafford Motor Speedway. Now, due to the cancellation at Thunder Road, Stafford Motor Speedway will host back-to-back events.

SRX will return to Stafford again this Thursday.

SRX Statement

“Throughout the last week, the state of Vermont and City of Barre, VT have been devastated by intense rain and catastrophic flooding, leading to a declaration of a state of emergency by President Joe Biden.”

“Our thoughts at SRX are with the people of Vermont.”

“After two days of conversation between SRX Chief Executive Officer, Don Hawk, Governor Phil Scott and Thunder Road Track Owner, Chris Michaud, we have collectively made the difficult yet necessary decision to move the location of next week’s race from Thunder Road Speedbowl to Stafford Motor Speedway in Stafford Springs, CT.”

“While we’re disappointed to not visit Thunder Road this summer, SRX is announcing that we have awarded Thunder Road a 2024 race date.”

“Thunder Road will refund all tickets that were purchased for this year’s race.”


Thunder Road Speedbowl | SRX