September 23, 2020
  • 6:46 pm LVMS & Sochi, Sept 2020
  • 4:54 pm Bristol Motor Speedway, Sept. 2020
  • 5:21 am Richmond & Tuscan GP, Sept. 2020
  • 2:32 am Darlington & Monza, Sept 2020
  • 4:07 am Daytona, Gateway & Spa-Francorchamps, August 2020

LATEST RACEDAY FORECASTS

    Updates & info on TS Beta is available at Facebook.com/RaceWeather.net – It should be configured so that you do not even need a FB account to see it.

    NASCAR at Las Vegas (Sept 24 – 26)


    F1 at Sochi Autodrom (Sept 24 – 26)

    Both of these forecasts will be updated on the webpage on Tuesday evening, after the Lapped Traffic podcast is released.

    If you are a fan of the race week forecasts & in-race updates, please support thru Patreon for as little as $2/mo.

    Last week’s episode was #200 of the Lapped Traffic podcast. Brandon have a cacophony of guests, along with show regulars, including Brian Neudorff and myself. Be sure to tune in!

    Extended Outlook

    Using the World Climate Service (WCS) subseasonal forecast products, RaceWeather is now producing extended outlooks for both NASCAR and F1 weekends.

    Learn more about the World Climate Service – Leaders in long-range forecasting on a seasonal & subseasonal scale – at worldclimateservice.com/

    NASCAR at Talladega (Oct 3-4)

    At this time, there are weak signals for below normal temperatures & above normal rainfall.


    F1 at Nürburgring (Oct 9-11)

    At this time, there are no signals for any departures from normal temperatures or precipitation.

    Updates & info on TS Beta is available at Facebook.com/RaceWeather.net – It should be configured so that you do not even need a FB account to see it.

    This week is Episode 200 of the Lapped Traffic podcast. Brandon with have a cacophony of guests, along with show regulars, including Brian Neudorff and myself. Be sure to tune in!

    If you are a fan of the race week forecasts & in-race updates, please support thru Patreon for as little as $2/mo.

    Extended Outlook

    Using the World Climate Service (WCS) subseasonal forecast products, RaceWeather is now producing extended outlooks for both NASCAR and F1 weekends.

    Learn more about the World Climate Service – Leaders in long-range forecasting on a seasonal & subseasonal scale – at worldclimateservice.com/


    NASCAR at Talladega (Oct 3-4)

    At this time, there are weak signals for below normal temperatures & above normal rainfall.


    F1 at Nürburgring (Oct 9-11)

    At this time, there are no signals for any departures from normal temperatures or precipitation.

    This week (Ep. 199), Jeff Gluck was the guest on the Lapped Traffic podcast. I talked about the racing at Darlington, since he won’t let me talk about Monza. I also had the Richmond Richway forecast. The Countdown to 200 is on!

    If you are a fan of the race week forecasts & in-race updates, please support thru Patreon for as little as $2/mo.

    Extended Outlook

    Using the World Climate Service (WCS) subseasonal forecast products, RaceWeather is now producing extended outlooks for both NASCAR and F1 weekends.

    Learn more about the World Climate Service – Leaders in long-range forecasting on a seasonal & subseasonal scale – at worldclimateservice.com/

    NASCAR at Bristol (Sept 17-19)

    At this time, there is a moderate signal for below normal temperatures. There is no signal currently for precipitation.

    NASCAR at Las Vegas (Sept 25-27)

    At this time, there is a weak signal for above normal temperatures. There is no signal currently for precipitation.

    F1 at Sochi Autodrom (Sept 25-27)

    At this time, there is a weak signal for below normal temperatures. There is no signal currently for precipitation.

    F1 at Nürburgring (Oct 9-11)

    At this time, there is a weak signal for below normal temperatures. There is no signal currently for precipitation.