The 2020 H1 Unlimited Series saw another race fall victim to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday with the announcement of the cancellation of the HomeStreet Bank Cup in Seattle.

So far three of the five scheduled races on this year’s schedule has canceled races due to concerns over the coronavirus. The Guntersville Lake Hydrofest in Guntersville, Alabama, which was scheduled for late June, was canceled in March and the APBA Gold Cup/Madison Regatta, scheduled for Fourth of July weekend, was canceled last month.

Washington state was one of the hardest-hit areas in the country with the metropolis of Seattle taking the brunt of the early cases. The Seattle race was scheduled to be run in conjunction with the Blue Angels July 31-Aug. 2.

There are only two races that are still being scheduled to run. The Columbia Cup in the Tri-Cities, Washington, is scheduled to be run July 24-26, the weekend before Seattle. Officials will decide on June 1 whether to continue with the race. The Bill Muncey Cup in Seattle will be run Sept. 18-20.

Like the races in Guntersville and Madison, Seattle officials said that the race will be back in the schedule next year. Seattle’s date will be Aug. 6-8, 2021.