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2021 Grand National Roadster Show and Sacramento Autorama Cancelled!

HOT ROD logo HOT ROD 1/19/2021 Steven Rupp,Courtesy of Rodshows
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Well, the car event season for 2020 was decimated by pandemic shut downs and most of us held onto the hope that 2021 would let us get back to normal and enjoy our cars. Well, 2021 is here and so far we're off to a rough start. We just heard that two of our favorite shows, both based in CA, aren't going to happen this year; the Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS) and the Sacramento Autorama.

Here's their statement on the GNRS, "The Grand National Roadster Show has been closely monitoring the current coronavirus outbreak and the government regulations made as a result. Due to the lack of clear guidelines from the state on how and when events can resume, Rod Shows has made the very tough decision to cancel the Grand National Roadster Show in 2021. Rest assured, we will return again in 2022 for a bigger, more exciting celebration with the cars and friends we all love. Stay tuned for more updates over the coming weeks."

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A similar statement regarding the Sacramento Autorama was made on their social sites, "The Sacramento Autorama has been closely monitoring the current coronavirus outbreak and the government regulations made as a result. Due to the lack of clear guidelines from the state on how and when events can resume, Rod Shows has made the very tough decision to cancel the show in 2021. Rest assured, we will return again in 2022 for a bigger, more exciting celebration with the cars and friends we all love. Stay tuned for more updates over the coming weeks."

For more information you can search for the show names on social such as Facebook or visit their website at www.rodshows.com . While losing these two shows hurts there are still a ton of shows across the country scheduled to for forward including biggies such as the Hot Rod Power Tour and Drag Week.

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