2020 State Truck Driving Championships Schedule

Team photo of competitors at Florida's 2019 truck driving championships
Competitors at Florida's 2019 truck driving championships gather for a team photo. Florida holds one of the largest competitions annually, with 279 drivers competing last year. (Florida Trucking Association)

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The coronavirus pandemic resulted in the cancellation of all state truck driving championships as well as the National Truck Driving Championships and Step Van Driving Championships for 2020.

Some states initially postponed their event and rescheduled for later in the summer, only to ultimately cancel the event in the name of safety or due to venue obstacles.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Past coverage of NTDC and state events.

The 2021 national event is scheduled for Minneapolis in August. When the state-by-state schedule is released, typically in late January or early February, Transport Topics will publish it on TTNews.com.

The links in the table below will take you to coverage of individual states from the past two years, including stories, results and photo galleries. 

State 2020 Date Location
Louisiana March 27-28 (canceled) Baton Rouge, La.
Mississippi April 24-25 (canceled) Gulfport, Miss.
South Carolina April 24-25 (canceled) Columbia, S.C.
Tennessee April 24-25 (canceled) Antioch, Tenn.
Nevada April 25 (canceled) North Las Vegas, Nev.
Arizona May 2 (canceled) Tempe, Ariz.
Georgia May 8-9 (canceled) Buford, Ga.
North Carolina May 8-9  (canceled) Raleigh, N.C.
Kentucky May 14-16 (canceled) Sparta, Ky.
Idaho May 15 (canceled) Meridian, Idaho
Ohio May 15-16 (canceled) Sandusky, Ohio
Virginia May 15-16 (canceled) Chesapeake, Va.
Delaware May 16 (canceled) Harrington, Del.
Maine May 16 (canceled) Hermon, Maine
South Dakota May 16 (canceled) Sioux Falls, S.D.
Wisconsin May 16 (canceled) Appleton, Wis.
Alabama May 29 (canceled) Pelham, Ala.
Missouri May 29-30 (canceled) Branson, Mo.
Nebraska May 29-30 (canceled) Grand Island, Neb.
New Hampshire May 30 (canceled) Pembroke, N.H.
Vermont May 30 (canceled) Pembroke, N.H.
New Mexico May 30 (canceled) Albuquerque, N.M.
Massachusetts May 31 (canceled) North Andover, Mass.
Florida June 4-6 (canceled) Daytona, Fla.
Alaska June 5-6 (canceled) Anchorage, Alaska
Indiana June 5-6  (canceled) Indianapolis
Michigan June 5-6 (canceled) Lansing, Mich.
New York June 5-6 (canceled) Syracuse, N.Y.
Oklahoma June 5-6 (canceled) Oklahoma City, Okla.
Utah June 5-6 (canceled) Salt Lake City, Utah
Texas June 5-6 (canceled) Waco, Texas
Colorado June 6 (canceled) Brighton, Colo.
Maryland June 6 (canceled) Timonium, Md.
North Dakota June 6 (canceled) Fargo, N.D.
Rhode Island June 6 (canceled) Pawtucket, R.I.
Iowa June 11-12 (canceled) Altoona, Iowa
Arkansas June 11-13 (canceled) Rogers, Ark.
Illinois June 12-13 (canceled) Bloomington, Ill.
Pennsylvania June 12-13 (canceled) Pocono Manor, Pa.
California June 12-14 (canceled) Fontana, Calif.
Minnesota June 12-14 (canceled) Coon Rapids, Minn.
Connecticut June 13 (canceled) Windsor Locks, Conn.
Montana June 13 (canceled) Helena, Mont.
Oregon June 13 (canceled) Portland, Ore.
West Virginia June 13 (canceled) Nitro, W.Va.
Wyoming June 13 (canceled) Cheyenne, Wyo.
Kansas June 18-20 (canceled) Topeka, Kan.
New Jersey June 26-27 (canceled) Atlantic City, N.J.
Hawaii (Canceled) TBD
Washington June 27 (canceled) Fife, Wash.

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