With March all but over speedway fans would normally counting down the minutes until the tapes lift for the first time, checking out the new signings pre-season form and wondering will this be the year they finally get to win the championship.
But this year the only checking of the schedules is to see when the event is cancelled and if any new dates have been posted.
The Danish Metal League has only moved by one week to 29 April, but this will surely be further delayed as currently groups of more than 10 are not permitted.
Poland and Britain have delayed their season with no definitive date in place, whilst the Swedish Bauhaus Elitserien have gone for a start on 2 June in a hope that they will not need to adjust it again later on.
The BSI flagship event, the Monster Energy Speedway of Nations has been cancelled and even their first SGP event in Warsaw has been pur on hold.
The One Sport events of the Speedway European Championship and U21 World Championship have, as yet, been unaffected but some of the qualifiers for the SEC organized by FIM have been pushed back.
As previously announced by Five One Racing, the Euro Ice Speedway Championship has been moved to August - which will be a great celebration of this sport at an in unusual time of year - if it does indeed go ahead.
Uncertainty seems to be the only thing that we can be certain of and the only speedway we’ll be watching before June looks most likely to be re-runs than live events.