This weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, the fifth round of the 2021 F1 World Championship, is held on the streets of Monte-Carlo.
Unusually, the free practice sessions for Monaco are held on Thursday, meaning a day off mid-weekend on the Friday.
The 7500 spectators who will attend the race will have to take into account the strong sun. Sun strength 8 is expected, which can cause skin burns within fifteen minutes.
It's a race that usually throws up drama and intrigue, so let's see if the weather could also play a role..
There's little suggestion of rain for the two practice sessions on Thursday, with the day expected to be dry and sunny.
The drivers can count on a bright day, but may struggle for tyre temperatures. Air temperatures of around 19 degrees celsius in the afternoon are expected.
The crucial qualifying day, Saturday is set to be cloudy and overcast. There is a small chance of rains and a few showers during the day, and it's unlikely to make an impact on the qualifying session in the afternoon.
Temperatures of around 13 degrees celsius are forecast.
During the race on Sunday afternoon, bright sunny weather returns and it's set to remain dry for the race.
Temperatures are expected to climb, possibly as high as 20 degrees celsius over the course of the day.