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Saturday weather update - dry race certain 12 Jun 2004

(L to R): Jenson Button (GBR) BAR shows his support for the England Football team while Olivier Panis (FRA) Toyota supports the French team ahead of the Euro 2004 game on Sunday.
Formula One World Championship, Rd8, Practice Day, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada, 11 June 2004 Bjorn Wirdheim (SWE) Jaguar Test Driver.
Formula One World Championship, Rd8, Practice Day, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada, 11 June 2004 Fernando Alonso (ESP) Renault.
Formula One World Championship, Rd8, Practice Day, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada, 11 June 2004 Jock Clear (GBR) BAR Senior Race Engineer.
Formula One World Championship, Rd8, Practice Day, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada, 11 June 2004

Welcome back to Montreal where the weather for the eighth round of the 2004 FIA Formula One World Championship, the Canadian Grand Prix, continues to be highly favourable.

The sun is already high in the sky and the ambient temperature is 17 degrees Celsius, and is expected to rise to as high as 24 degrees as the day continues.

The forecast for raceday is even better, with no chance of rain and a strong possibility of a high of 25 degrees. So far there has been a gentle breeze alongside the old Olympic rowing basin on the Ile Notre Dame, so conditions are almost perfect for racing.