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F1: The Rain In Spain – Spanish GP Weather Forecast

by on May 7, 2012

It seems as though there is a chance of a wet GP in Spain this coming weekend.  After the tests in Mugello last week, many teams are going to be looking to make their mark on this young season.  McLaren, RedBull, Lotus, Mercedes and Ferrari will all be hoping their updates will be enough to either pull even or pull away from their rivals.  With that said, the weather could play a part in the start of the Euro rounds.  While Friday and Saturday are set to be somewhat cool and dry with mild winds, there is currently a 60% chance of the wet stuff on race day… With Ferrari’s new upgrades, current form in the wet and this being Alonso’s home GP, could Ferrari play the role of spoiler for McLaren and surging Red Bull, Lotus and Mercedes?

 Fri May 11

Temps: High of 76°F (24.4°C) Low of 57°F (13.3°C)

Skies: Partly Cloudy

POP: 0%

Wind: SW at 12 mph

 Sat May 12

Temps: High of 77°F (25°C) Low of 60°F (15.5°C)

Skies: Partly Cloudy

POP: 10%

Wind: WSW at 11 mph

Sun May 13

Temps: High of 67°F (19.4°C) Low of 53°F (11.6°C)

Skies: Cloudy with Showers

POP:  60%

Wind: WSW at 11 mph

 

 

More on the Spanish GP preview coming soon.

 

AUTHOR: Ernie Black

Twitter: @Goggs_on_F1

BLOG: https://thef1poet.wordpress.com

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