WATCH: 'Kill It' - Kriti Sanon extends her support to Red Bull duo from Silverstone ahead of British Grand Prix

Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon brought a touch of glamour to the Formula 1 British Grand Prix 2024 by visiting the Red Bull garage in Silverstone.

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Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon brought a touch of glamour to the Formula 1 British Grand Prix 2024 by visiting the Red Bull garage in Silverstone. Ahead of the much-anticipated race, Sanon expressed her excitement and support for the Red Bull team in a video shared by the team.

Sanon's presence added a unique charm to the event, drawing attention from both F1 fans and Bollywood enthusiasts. Her visit coincides with a weekend that promises to be filled with thrilling racing action and unpredictable weather.

Here is the video:

In the video shared by the Red Bull team on social media platform Instagram Kirti Sanon said, "Hey, guys, I am Kriti Sanon, and I am here at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Silverstone, super excited for the race. Finally, best of luck, Max and Checo. Kill it.”

Will Rain affect British Grand Prix 2024?

The British Grand Prix, scheduled for Sunday, is set against the backdrop of potentially dramatic weather conditions. The Met Office has forecast an 80% chance of rain on Sunday morning, with thunderstorms expected around 1 PM.

Although the rain is predicted to cease by the 3 PM start time, the track will likely be wet, adding an element of uncertainty to the race. This year's grid sees George Russell in pole position, followed by his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton, with Lando Norris in third, setting the stage for an intense battle.

Wet weather races often bring chaos to the pit lane as teams scramble to make the right tyre choices. With rain forecasted, the intermediate tyre is expected to be in frequent use. If the rain is heavy and continuous, teams might need to resort to the extremely wet tyre to maintain grip on the slippery track. Such conditions could even lead to the race being red-flagged if deemed unsafe.

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