NASCAR enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the upcoming 2024 season, which is fast approaching. The highly anticipated Cup Series is set to commence in Los Angeles, California, at The Coliseum with the thrilling race Busch Light Clash. It is the first unofficial race of the new season, and points do not count towards the regular season. But even as the New Year approaches, NASCAR is already dealing with a weather issue.
It is predicted that Sunday will bring one inch of daytime rain and one to two inches of nighttime rain in Los Angeles, California, as per the report. At the Busch Light Clash, NASCAR is permitted to run on wet weather tires. However, in 2024, the cars will not be equipped with wipers, rain flaps, or lights; therefore, they will not be able to race in the rain. The tires are intended for wet environments.
As a result, NASCAR can only pray that the rain will cease. The sport can stay for a few more days, but the outlook is not promising. Monday is expected to have about 1.5 inches of rain, while Tuesday will get one inch. The weather could change, but NASCAR may have to wait a little longer for the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum to begin.