There’s never been a wet race or indeed a wet session over ten Bahrain race weekends and that is looking likely to be the case again this year with dry weather predicted over all three days.
Despite both qualifying and the race taking place under lights like last year, temperatures will still remain just under 30°C on both Saturday and Sunday. Pirelli have brought the Medium and Soft compound tyres to the Bahrain International Circuit for this weekend.
Location of Bahrain International Circuit
See the location of every race on the 2015 F1 calendar here:
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