(Motorsport-Total.com) – When Formula 1 visits the Gigantic Prix of the Eifel at the Nürburgring this weekend, wool sweaters and umbrellas are the order of the day. Because in keeping with the third season of the year, the weather is cold and wet, which is likely to demand a lot from the groups and drivers.

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Formula 1 has to adjust to changeable weather at the Nürburgring Zoom Get

The paddock has to open Set a real contrast program, because for the Russia Gigantic Prix almost two weeks ago there was still plenty of sun with temperatures around 30 degrees. In Germany, however, autumn has the premier class under control.

Training Friday starts with an overcast sky and eleven degrees Celsius. It doesn’t get much warmer during the day. It remains cloudy, the sun hardly shows up. Instead, persistent showers can be expected. A moderate breeze is blowing from the southwest.

Saturday will be similarly cloudy. The temperatures reach a maximum of nine degrees Celsius. It remains overcast, showers are possible in the morning, the risk of rain decreases slightly towards the afternoon. The wind picks up and reaches gusts of up to 30 km / h.

Probably the coldest Impress this weekend will be race Sunday. Then the minimum temperatures drop to two degrees Celsius, and during the day the thermometer climbs to a maximum of eight degrees Celsius. But according to the forecast, it will stay dry and the wind will also decrease. At the start of the race shortly after 14 eight degrees are predicted in cloudy but dry conditions.

Attention: This report will be updated several times over the course of the weekend!

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