September 20, 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
  • 6:48 pm Dover Int’l Speedway, August 2020

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 Darlington (Sept 5-6)

Labor Day at Darlington means two things: great racing and throwback paint schemes.

The WCS multi-model is showing an above normal chance for above normal temperatures. There is no strong signal currently for precipitation.

NASCAR at Richmond (Sept 10-12)

The WCS multi-model is showing an above normal chance for below normal temperatures. Additionally, there is a chance for above normal rainfall.

F1 at Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Sept 4-6)

The WCS multi-model is showing an above normal chance for below normal temperatures & above normal rainfall.

F1 at Mugello Circuit (Sept 11-13)

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

This week’s Lapped Traffic Podcast (Ep. 197) will feature Myles w/
YouBetcha. I will reflect with Brandon on the Dover weekend and look ahead to a full weekend of NASCAR at Daytona & Gateway.

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Aaron Studwell

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