LONDON, ON – After a wildly successful four races that saw roughly 100,000 views including live viewers and re-watches, the APC eSeries is set to take a break after the Thursday, May 7th event at Martinsville Speedway.
Officials will evaluate what was learned throughout the five-week stint and when the eSeries returns it will do so in a bigger and better way, whether it be an off-season series or through the summer months should real-life racing not be able to return in 2020.
As the world gets back to normal, people return to work, and race teams continue to prepare for the upcoming season, APC Series officials feel this is a good time to take a break after the five-week stretch that brought excitement to race fans and teams alike. Real world professional sports are getting back to action and the APC eSeries broadcast agreement has come to an end, thus the need for a break from eSeries competition. Series officials are extremely proud of what was accomplished and thankful for all of the race teams for being so supportive with this endeavour. We would also like to thank all of the amazing race fans for tuning in and supporting the eSeries.
We look forward to seeing all of our amazing race fans at a track soon and bringing the excitement of the APC Series to a track near you!