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British Grand Prix 2022

Could the weather still be a factor at the British GP?

Here is the latest weather forecast for Sunday's race at the Silverstone Circuit, just ahead of the British Grand Prix getting underway.

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The weather has already made itself known throughout the British Grand Prix weekend so far, with rain falling at various points on Friday and Saturday.

This resulted in a very quiet start to proceedings for Free Practice 1, while drivers had to manage the conditions during a wet qualifying, during which Carlos Sainz claimed his debut pole position in F1.

It looks like remaining dry for Sunday's race, which will get underway at 15:00 BST, though there remains a small chance of rain.

What will the weather be like for the British Grand Prix?

The latest weather forecast, brought to you by our friends at WeerOnline.nl, suggests that any showers will most likely not reach the Silverstone Circuit, with the chance of rain standing at 25 per cent.

Whilst the Intermediate tyres were in use on Saturday, they most likely won't be needed on Sunday in this case.

Sunshine is expected to break through any cloud cover, and temperatures are expected to reach around 19 degrees Celsius, promising a pleasant day for fans watching on.

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