Sunday's Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort will take place in dry and sunny conditions, just as Friday and Saturday's running did.
According to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, temperatures for Sunday's 72-lap race are expected to peak at a balmy 26 degrees Celsius, and with a dry race in store, there will be no need for teams to break out their selection of Intermediate or Wet tyres.
There will be some cloud cover over the Zandvoort circuit, which should provide welcome relief to spectators.
Though Zandvoort is next to the North Sea, there are not expected to be significant gusts of wind during Sunday's race.
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