Teams and drivers are heading to the CM.com Circuit Zandvoort this weekend as the second half of the season continues with the Dutch GP.
A hectic Belgian GP saw Max Verstappen sail to victory as Ferrari met even more issues with their SF-75, however, Carlos Sainz managed to claim the final step on the podium after finishing the race behind the second Red Bull of Sergio Perez.
Teams are likely to have a fairly straightforward Friday practice – weather-wise – with no rain expected but rather sunny, breezy, and pleasant conditions for both FP1 and FP2.
Temperatures will be relatively low at about 23C on Friday at the Zandvoort Circuit.
For the qualifying session on Saturday, teams may be faced with completely different conditions, as weather experts expect conditions to be mainly cloudy and several showers arriving in around the area.
Finally, for the big day on Sunday, there is a much lower probability of rain arriving at the Zandvoort circuit, which means the Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix will likely take place in dry conditions.