Formula 1 Weather

Albert Park Circuit Weather - Albert Park, AU

March 21st



22C (72F)

S 15-25 KMH

March 22nd

Partly Cloudy

13C (55F)

21C (70F)

S 15-25 KMH

March 23rd

Partly Cloudy

12C (54F)

22C (72F)

SW 15-20 KMH

Melbourne, AU
8:52 pm, Jul 16
L: 51° H: 54°
Feels like 51.67 °F broken clouds
Wind gusts: 3 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 7:31 am
Sunset: 5:20 pm
Humidity 92 %
Pressure1010 mb
Wind 3 m/s

Forecast Discussion & Updates


March 21st

F1 Practice (10:30-11:30 CST) and F2/F3 Sprint Race

Clear. High around 22C (72F). South winds around 15-25 KMH

March 22nd 

F1 Practice (10:30-11:30 CST) and F2/F3 Feature Race 

Partly cloudy. High around 21C (70F). Low around 13C (55F). South winds around 8-14 kts (15-25 KMH)

March 23rd 

F1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix (11pm CST) and Qualifying (12am to 1am CST)

Partly Cloudy. High around 22C (72F). Low around 12C (54F). South Westerly winds around 8-11 kts (15-20 KMH)

Discussion: Gusty winds and a threat of rain on Saturday (20%) during qualifying are the main story. Other than that, anticipate Comfortable weather in Melbourne with mostly sunny skies. 

All Times in CDT

Updated March 22nd at 4pm CDT



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The Albert Park Circuit is a motorsport street circuit around Albert Park Lake, three kilometres south of central Melbourne. It is used annually as a circuit for the Formula One Australian Grand Prix, the supporting Supercars Championship Melbourne 400 and other associated support races. The circuit has an FIA Grade 1 license.

Although the entire track consists of normally public roads, each sector includes medium to high-speed characteristics more commonly associated with dedicated racetracks facilitated by grass and gravel run-off safety zones that are reconstructed annually. However, the circuit also has characteristics of a street circuit’s enclosed nature due to concrete barriers annually built along the Lakeside Drive curve, in particular, where run-off is not available due to the proximity of the lake shore.

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