The NASCAR track that has “The Perfect Race Weather Guarantee” may be the first rain impacted race of the 2018 season. Rain arrives late morning to midday across Atlanta Motor Speedway. Timing could be right before or close to the 1 p.m. scheduled start time of the Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500. While not a complete soaker there are challenges to get the race started on time and even finished. Rain will come in as a line then dissipate a little but areas of showers will remain through the afternoon.
The weather forecast for Atlanta Motor Speedway continues to look wet on Sunday. So much so that I’ve added Monday forecast as the “odds of racing” Sunday continue to drop. It’s not all bad news for the race weekend. Forecast for Saturday remains dry. While there could be a chance of a passing shower or storm during the afternoon, Atlanta Motor Speedway should stay dry. Odds of racing the Camping World Truck Series Active Pest Control 200 and the Xfinity Series Rinnai 250 is around 70 to 80 percent.
The last two seasons Atlanta Motor Speedway has offered a “Perfect Race Weather Guarantee.” The guarantee states that if the temperature doesn’t get above 50 degrees, or if the event is cancelled or postponed, and your ticket is not scanned you could get some kind of a refund. The first two seasons the weather has delivered on their guarantee but 2018 may be their first challenge.
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