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Canadian Grand Prix 2022

Will rain affect track action during Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix?

After a deluge affected the qualifying session on Saturday, will it be more of the same during Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix?

The weather over the course of the Canadian Grand Prix weekend so far has proven to be something of a mixed bag. Overcast and cloudy on Friday, the conditions worsened for Saturday to ensure the drivers had to prepare for qualifying on a wet track during final practice.

The bad conditions continued on for qualifying, with a full deluge ensuring Wet tyres were the order of the day. The improving conditions during Q2 caught Sergio Perez out, as the Red Bull driver slid straight on at Turn 3 after trying the Intermediates.

With Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Alpine's Fernando Alonso locking out the front row, what are the predicted conditions for Sunday's race?

The forecast for the Canadian GP

According to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix should take place in dry conditions.

The weather looks set to be much more cooperative as Sunday wears on in Montreal, meaning rain isn't likely to hit before or during the track action.

However, air temperatures will remain cool at just 19 degrees Celsius. This means a tough ask for the drivers to keep the tyres in their correct operating window, particularly if a Safety Car is deployed to slow the pace.

Conditions during the race look set to be dry and still, with only moderate winds, while periods of cloud cover will be broken up by gentle sunshine.

			© RN365/Weeronline
	© RN365/Weeronline

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