Formula 1's first repeat grand prix provides the chance to directly compare the pecking order based on the practice times for the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix with this weekend's inaugural Styrian GP. But the weather gods have refused to be helpful.
Although there was no wet running in today's fourth and fifth F1 practice sessions of 2020, as there was briefly a week ago, the potential for rain to washout Saturday's activity had a knock-on effect on today's running.
Essentially, there is a chance the classification of FP2 could be used to set the grid - if no meaningful running can take place tomorrow, and no slot for qualifying can be found on Sunday morning. The latter scenario has taken place in the past, most recently at the 2019 Japanese GP.