October 31, 2020
  • 6:39 pm Martinsville & Imola, Oct & Nov. 2020
  • 4:45 pm Texas & Portugal, October 2020
  • 3:48 pm Kansas Speedway, October 2020
  • 11:30 pm Roval & The Ring, October 2020
  • 1:51 am Talladega Superspeedway, Oct 2020

LATEST RACEDAY FORECASTS

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    Episode 203 of the Lapped Traffic Podcast will feature Caryn Grant with the NASCAR’s Diversity & Inclusion Team. The show will also include plenty of fan feedback on Wave Around hotline, courtesy of the Double Yellow Line. Finally, Brandon and I talked racing, a holiday preview, and a teaser of college football.

    Extended Outlook (Updated: Oct 8 – Next scheduled update: Oct 12 )

    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 Kansas (Oct 16-18)

    A pretty major reversal is noted in the Kansas forecast. There is now a weak to moderate signal for below normal temperatures & a moderate signal for below normal rainfall.

    NASCAR at Texas (Oct 23-25)

    There is no strong signal for a departure from normal temperatures & a weak to moderate signal for below normal rainfall.

    F1 at Algarve International Circuit (Oct 23-25)

    There are no signals for departures from normal rainfall & temperatures.

    F1 at Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari (Oct 30-Nov 1)

    There is now a weak signal for above normal temperatures & no strong signal for a departure from normal rainfall.

    NASCAR at Talladega

    NASCAR at Talladega (Oct 3 – 4)

    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 (Updated: Oct 2)

    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/

    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 (Updated: Sept 25)

    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)

    There are strong signals for below normal temperatures & for below normal rainfall.

    NASCAR at Charlotte – Roval (Oct 9-11)

    There is a weak to moderate signal for below normal temperatures & no signal with regards to rainfall.

    F1 at Nürburgring (Oct 9-11)

    There are no signals for any departures from normal temperatures or precipitation.

    F1 at Algarve International Circuit (Oct 23-25)

    There are no signals for any departures from normal temperatures or precipitation.