Spanish Grand Prix weather forecast

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Weather conditions for the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend are set to be warm and dry – but not scorching.

After a rain-hit start to the season the Spanish Grand Prix is likely to be free of precipitation. However rain is expected in the Montmelo region on Saturday night.

This could have an effect on Sunday’s race by washing away the weekend’s build-up of rubber and changing how the tyres perform. The teams will be using the hard and soft tyres this weekend.

Most weather sites forecast temperatures in the low 20s for the weekend.

Of the 18 Spanish Grands Prix to be held at the Circuit de Catalunya, three have been affected by rain. The 1992 and 1996 races were run in heavy wet conditions, and the track was damp early in the inaugural 1991 race.

6 comments on “Spanish Grand Prix weather forecast”

  1. Hope that it wouldn’t rain.

  2. according to few sites it may rain on sunday

  3. Bring on the rain for a Red Bull 1-2

  4. Mussolini's Pet Cat
    5th May 2009, 16:41

    rain in spain? sorry, couldnt resist

  5. Spanish Meteorological Service sees a chance of precipitation of 35% at present

  6. chris borg
    7th May 2009, 16:24

    I hope that it does not rain, as we want to see the teams that have new packages racing in the dry.

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