Goodbye Trackweather

Gentleman, a short view back to the past. Three years ago, I set out on a personal challenge to create a tool specifically for Formula 1. With the Spa race approaching and rain on the horizon, I decided to release an early version of what we now know as Trackweather and shared it on Reddit. It caught the attention of Formula 1 fans all around the world! Within just one hour of posting, I had a mind-blowing 30,000 unique visits.

That incredible response lit a fire in me, and I've been pouring my heart into developing and improving Trackweather ever since. But here's the catch: money. To provide you all with high-quality, minute-by-minute weather data for all the Formula 1 circuits worldwide, it costs a lot. On average, I've been paying around €1000 per year out of my own pocket to keep Trackweather up and running. Now, don't get me wrong, I absolutely love working on projects like Trackweather, but I can't keep footing the bill by myself anymore. So I've decided to shut down Trackweather.

P.S. I just wanted to give a massive shoutout to all of you for the incredible support and kind messages I've been receiving in the past few weeks. You folks are amazing! If any of you are interested in helping me revive Trackweather or collaborating on some awesome Formula 1 projects, hit me up at:

Thank You