There is no danger that the Dutch Grand Prix may fall foul to poor weather, like what was seen during last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.
The difference, despite the two races being only 300 kilometres apart, couldn't be more stark, with Sunday's race at Zandvoort set to be sunny and warm.
The latest weather forecast, provided by our friends at WeerOnline.nl, shows a predicted pleasant ambient air temperature of around 22 degrees Celsius throughout, although spectactors are warned they can easily pick up strong sunburn due to a sun factor of around 5. This means unprotected skin can burn after only roughly 20 minutes of direct exposure.
The good news for the drivers is that these temperatures are not so hot that their tyres may struggle, despite the track being quite demanding due to the many high-speed swoops and the requirement for peak grip throughout most of the lap.
The good weather also looks set to continue into next weekend's Italian Grand Prix.
Video: The secrets of the the new Zandvoort F1 circuit
Follow Rudy van Buren as he takes you on a flying lap around the home of the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort.