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Formula 1

Texas weather: What's in store for the United States GP?

The latest weather forecast ahead of the 2021 F1 United States Grand Prix predicts a tough race for the drivers, for different reasons than in Russia and Turkey...

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The United States Grand Prix is expected to be held in scorching hot conditions at the Circuit of the Americas, in stark contrast to the wet and wild Russian and Turkish Grands Prix.

The latest weather forecast for the 2021 United States Grand Prix, with thanks to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, is showing that the race will be intense and sweaty, held in high humidity in Austin, Texas, after a warm weekend throughout.

With track running so far held in cloudy but hot conditions, there was a tiny sprinkling of rain towards the end of qualifying on Saturday afternoon. However, a repeat of those conditions isn't expected on Sunday.

The race will take place during the hottest hours of Sunday, getting underway at 14:00 local time. Air temperatures are expected to be around 34 degrees Celsius, with track temperatures in the mid 40s. This is sure to give the drivers an extra consideration, as their tyres will be punished severely on the hot tarmac.

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