phil1993 wrote:i live 50 miles south of Silverstone (roughly) and it rained very heavily this morning, but by 11am, England (Silverstone, the Midlands and the south and east will be dry and sunny for the rest of the day, so F1 quali and GP2 should be dry, but practice may be wet.
Actually it's still pizzing it down in the east. It doesn't look like it's going to stop.
I know Silverstone is the midlands, but still, the forecasts aren't always spot on is my point.
No, I'm not calmer. Just more jaded.
I live in London around 80 miles away from silverstone and its not rained since about 8 this morning.Its sunny now but there's lots of cloud and it feels like it could rain at any moment
premier wrote:Bye Bye Silverstone, hello Donington Park. I hope they have more parking place
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