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Hungarian Grand Prix 2022

Budapest weather update: What's in store for the Hungarian GP?

After rain impacted proceedings at the Hungaroring on Saturday, could showers also play a role in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix?

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F1 drivers are set to take part in a dry Hungarian Grand Prix, with the wet weather seen on Saturday making way for largely clear and dry conditions.

After a baking hot first day of action, thundery showers hit the Hungaroring circuit ahead of Saturday's third and final practice session, with the track soaked.

As the day wore on, conditions improved, meaning the decisive qualifying session took place in the dry, albeit with dark clouds still gathered above.

Could rain play a role on race day in Hungary?

As it stands, Sunday's 70-lap Hungarian GP looks set to take place in dry conditions, with a threat of rain early in the day gradually passing.

According to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, there is a chance of light showers until around midday, before the sun breaks through the clouds.

With the race getting underway at 15:00 local time (14:00 BST), the air temperature is expected to sit at around 22 degrees Celcius throughout.

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