Formula 1 arrives this weekend to Sepang circuit in Malaysia. It will be a challenge for all the teams and drivers to survive at one of the hardest tracks of the calendar. Its tropical climate, 60km away from Kuala Lumpur, makes temperatures to rise close to 50ºC and 80% of humidity.
During this weekend, temperatures will be around 25ºC minimum and 33ºC maximum. Due to the tropical climate, it is hard to tell there will be no rain during the weekend, as rainstorms are usual. In that case, it will be a great chance for teams to try intermediate tyres (green) or extreme wet (blue).
Three Spanish will take part in the Malaysian Grand Prix. To have many Spanish drivers is not something new, but it hasn't happened for the last four seasons. Are you gonna miss it? There's no place like Carlos Sainz Center to watch it on a big screen and with free buffet. Interesting, right? If you need more info, here you have it!