The Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend is expected to be dry and sunny as usual.
Since F1 first visited the Hungaroring in 1986 the race has only seen rain on one occasion – when Jenson Button scored his maiden victory three years ago.
Friday is expected to be the hottest day this year with temperatures expected to be in the low-to-mid-30s (Celsius). After that it will cool down but Sunday should still see high-20s for the race. This is good news for Brawn, who struggled in cooler temperatures at Silverstone and the Nurburgring, but Button would probably like to see something closer to Friday’s figures during the race.
Weather Underground predicts a slight chance of rain (30%) at some point on Saturday, but not necessarily during qualifying. Not all souces agree wth this prediction, and at the moment it looks likely we’ll see a dry and very warm weekend at the Hungaroring.