Friday, September 17, 2010

Weekend Racing Weather Forecast: Sept 17th-19th, 2010

Motegi, Japan
Twin-Ring Motegi

IZOD IndyCar Series
Saturday: 79 degrees Fahrenheit/ 27 degrees Celsius in the afternoon as practice and qualifying runs under sunny skies. Rain early Friday morning and early early Saturday morning certain to challenge IZOD IndyCar Series teams in laying tire rubber down on oval track.
Sunday: 40% chance of thunderstorm possible during the start 1 P.M. Japanese local time. Temperature is forecasted at 79 degrees Fahrenheit/ 27 degrees Celsius.

Loudon, New Hampshire
New Hampshire International Speedway
NASCAR Sprint Cup/ NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Friday: 70% chance of rain during the day with showers expected early morning. Chances of precipitation during NASCAR Sprint Cup late morning practice and afternoon qualifying reduces to no worse than 20% through daytime period. Daytime high temperature is 66 degrees Fahrenheit/19 degrees Celsius.
Saturday: Daily high temperature at New Hampshire is 70 degrees Fahrenheit/ 21 degrees Celsius. Skies predicted to be mostly sunny all-day. Consistent conditions for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying and race.
Sunday: Partly cloudy with sun. High temperatures for NASCAR Sprint Cup race is slated to be 71 degrees Fahrenheit/ 22 degrees Celsius.

Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Riverside International Speedway
NASCAR Canadian Tire Series

Saturday: A sunny day, high temperature is forecasted by 17 degrees Celsius. With NASCAR Canadian Tires Series' race starting near sunset, teams, drivers, and race fans should prepare for cooler nighttime temperatures which will fall to 11 degrees Celsius. No chance of precipitation is predicted.

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