Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will once go head to head as the pair locked out the front row for the Spanish Grand Prix, the fourth race of the 2021 Formula 1 season.
The Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya, which is known to be notoriously difficult to overtake on has seen only three drivers win the race after starting fromoutside the front two grid slots since 1991, meaning that one of Hamilton or Verstappen will most likely triumph come Sunday.
The seven-time world champion has won the last three editions of the race and will be the strong favourite to take his fourth successive win at the venue. Behind them, Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc will be hoping to make the most out of any slip-ups from the leading pair.
Unfortunately, we're set for another dry Spanish Grand Prix race with the weather forecast showing intermittent clouds for the entiretity of the event. The race start takes place at 14:00 BST with the tempreture around the venue predicted to hover between the 22 and 23 degrees celsious range. Wind speeds are to remain at a steady 15 km/h with wind gusts set to top out at 19 km/h.The liklihood of rain is slim at best and the race has a tradition of being run in dry conditions.
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