Sutil expects usual Silverstone cloud next weekend (GMM) A warm weekend of weather might be expected at Silverstone for the forthcoming British grand prix.
The weather has been nice in England so far this week, with the mid-twenties temperatures forecast to persist through to the formula one event on July 9-11.
But there has also been some cloud in the skies, and more possibilities of light rain are predicted for next weekend and an event that is so often blighted by bad weather.
"I'm sure when we go racing the clouds will come in like every year, and it will start to rain," laughed German driver Adrian Sutil, who drives for the locally-based Force India.
Briton Lewis Hamilton won his home race in 2008 but last year, like the rest of the field, was annihilated by the dominant Red Bulls.
And despite leading the world championship, the 25-year-old is expecting Red Bull to again lead from the front.
Hamilton, whose British countryman Jenson Button also drives for the British team McLaren, said: "It's going to be tough. We can't go into it thinking we're the favorites because the Red Bull, as it stands, is definitely the fastest car."
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