The European Grand Prix may be two months earlier on the calendar this year but it will have little effect on the temperatures at the track this weekend.
Hot and dry conditions are forecast for all three days of the event with temperatures in the high 20s – just as they were last year when the race was held in August.
The lack of rain between now and Sunday means we can expect to see rubber levels build up during the race weekend making the temporary track progressively faster.
You can use the radar link below to check if there is any rain in the area ahead of the five sessions but at the moment there isn’t much to see!
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