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Austrian Grand Prix 2022

Could weather still be a factor at the Red Bull Ring?

Here is the latest weather forecast for Sunday's race at the Red Bull Ring, just ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix getting underway.

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It has so far been calm in terms of weather at the Austrian Grand Prix, with no rain during running on Friday and Saturday. But could this change on Sunday?

Both practice sessions, qualifying and the Sprint all took place in dry conditions, marking a change from recent race weekends that have been affected by rain.

Speaking of which, there is a chance of some showers in Austria on Sunday morning, which could reach the Red Bull Ring. However, with the race set to get underway at 14:00 BST, the likelihood of precipitation will decrease during the day.

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

The latest weather forecast, brought to you by our friends at WeerOnline.nl, suggests that conditions will most likely remain dry during the Austrian Grand Prix.

There could be some showers in the area, but there is a low chance of these reaching the Red Bull Ring whilst the race is on. The weather will alternate between cloudy skies and sunny spells.

At the start of the Grand Prix, temperatures will be about 21 degrees Celsius, with a moderate north-westerly wind. This should mean that a fine day is in store for spectators to watch the race.

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F1 2022 Austrian Grand Prix RN365 News dossier

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