NASCAR’s Daring Move! Clash at The Coliseum Shifts to Saturday Night to Dodge Epic Storm – Fans, Get Ready for a Wild Ride!

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In a strategic move to avoid potential rain and bad weather in Southern California, NASCAR has rescheduled the Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum to 7 p.m. CT on Saturday evening.

Originally slated for a 7 p.m. CT Sunday start, the 150-lap main event will now take place a day earlier, as announced by NASCAR on Saturday afternoon. The decision came in response to the National Weather Service’s forecast, which predicted heavy rain and possible flooding in the Los Angeles area on Sunday and Monday.

NASCAR expressed gratitude towards the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Los Angeles Public Safety for their collaboration and support in making the last-minute schedule adjustment. The aim is to ensure a safe experience for fans, competitors, and staff attending the event.

In a statement, NASCAR acknowledged the potential worsening of weather conditions throughout the day and encouraged fans to prioritize safety when making decisions about attending the race.

The new start time on Saturday night is part of NASCAR’s proactive approach to providing an enjoyable and secure environment for everyone involved in the Clash at The Coliseum.

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