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Bahrain weather condition update: Scorching conditions expected



Boiling temperatures can appear a far cry from the cold climate far-reaching its way across Europe at present although that is closely what the 12 teams can wait for as they make the yearly pilgrimage to Sakhir this weekend for what is the opening race of the 2010 World Championship. Since Bahrain hosts the first Grand Prix of the year for the second time, having first done so in 2006 when Fernando Alonso won for Renault, bright days and clear nights are in store for the Formula 1 circus, joined with good visibility.

The temperatures over the course of the weekend are predictable to sink no lower than the mid-teens, with highs of some 35°C (95°F) looking to confirm a stiff challenge for the drivers – mainly the five newcomers – right from the start of the 2010 campaign.
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