Myrtle Beach Speedway will run the remainder of its 2018 season, track manager Steve Zacharias confirmed to on Wednesday.

Their next race is scheduled for Saturday, October 20th.  The October 20th race will be a lock-in race for the Myrtle Beach 400.

Zacharias told it is business as usual at the track.  There had been discussions about the track being used for storage for flooded cars from Hurricane Florence, as Texas World Speedway in College Station, Texas was after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston last summer.  However, that possibility is no longer the case and the track will keep racing.

Myrtle Beach 400 Speedweeks will commence as planned across two weeks.  The Southeast Limited Late Model Series will race on Saturday, November 10th while the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car portion of the Myrtle Beach 400 will take place on Saturday, November 17th.