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Dutch Grand Prix 2021

Latest weather forecast for the Dutch GP at Zandvoort

In sharp contrast to last weekend, there is no rain on the cards during F1's return to Zandvoort this weekend.

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The weather conditions are set to be bright and sunny throughout this weekend's Dutch Grand Prix, a complete contrast to the rain which marred the last Formula 1 event at Spa-Francorchamps.

Max Verstappen will be looking to win on home turf as his title fight with Lewis Hamilton continues in front of a partisan Dutch crowd at Zandvoort.

Friday weather at the 2021 Dutch GP

A moderate wind from the North Sea is the biggest problem the drivers will have to deal with during the opening practice sessions on Friday.

Plenty of sunny spells are expected throughout the day with temperatures at around 20 degrees Celcius. It's the perfect conditions for the drivers to learn the new track layout, which has been altered to improve overtaking.

Saturday weather at the 2021 Dutch GP

The wind will turn from a north-easterly to an easterly direction on Saturday with similar conditions to Friday.

There is no chance of rain, so the 70,000 spectators at Zandvoort will be able to see the cars at their limit around the high-speed track.

Sunday weather at the 2021 Dutch GP

Sunday is set to be the warmest day of the race weekend with air temperatures reaching 22 degrees.

There will be a lot of sunshine, but nothing that will worry the teams since Pirelli have brought the three hardest tyre compounds to the event.

The chances of rain are slim with any wet weather coming during Sunday night when the teams get ready to travel to Monza for the final part of F1's second triple-header.

			© WeerOnline
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