Saudi Arabia will host its first ever race, which is planned to be the second to final stage of the 2021 Formula 1 season. The Saudi Arabia Grand Prix will see the Jeddah circuit active, this will be the fastest track on the current calendar. It is also said to be the second longest circuit of 2021.
The 27 quick turns at Jeddah will ensure it’s an exciting race at the end of the season. Max Verstappen hold the lead by more than 8 points Lewis Hamilton, but the second is quickly catching up with two consecutive race wins. On the other hand, Mercedes is leading closely ahead of Red Bull in the constructors championship, while Ferrari comfortably sitting in the third position.
With Saudi Arabia hosting the Grand Prix for the first time, how weather conditions will affect drivers and cars will remain unpredictable.
What will the weather be like at the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix?
The weekend was pretty straightforward, with the right weather. Free practice session 1 will begin Friday at 4:30 p.m., where temperatures are predicted to be around 33 degrees Celsius, with winds reaching a maximum of 13 km/h. Humidity will be around 33%, but chance of occurrence is 0.
Free practice session 2 will begin at 8pm and the temperature will drop to 27 degrees Celsius, while everything else is expected to remain unchanged. Humidity can increase slightly, up to 47%. The weather for freestyle 3 will also be similar, while qualifying will see temperatures drop to 24 degrees Celsius, with winds reaching 9 km/h and still no chance of rain.
The race that starts at 8:30 p.m. will have a temperature of 24 degrees Celsius with winds of 9 km/h and no rain. With clear weather, drivers and cars will have to show consistency throughout the weekend.
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