Brazilian Grand Prix Weather Forecast: What Weather Shall Be Hovering Over Autódromo José Carlos Pace In The Coming Race Weekend?

As the race in Sao Paulo is all set to commence from the coming weekend, get to know all about the Brazilian Grand Prix Weather Forecast.

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Know all about the Brazilian Grand Prix weather forecast here. The Formula 1 action returns this coming weekend as all eyes are set on the Brazilian Grand Prix, it will be the 19th race of the season as we head into the crucial ending stages of the season where each and every point will play its part in both the Constructors’ and the World Championship. Weather is something that takes a massive part in a sport like F1, the tires get slippery which causes serious incidents and collisions, without a pair of intermediate tires, it is almost impossible to drive an F1 car on a wet track as we take a look at the Brazilian Grand Prix weather forecast

The Brazilian Grand Prix has produced some beautiful rain races in the past and that could happen again in 2021. For Friday and Saturday, there is a good chance of rain in Sao Paulo. The last time we witnessed race in Sao Paulo was in 2016 when Max Verstappen came out on the top and will be looking to do the same this year as well.

What does the Brazilian Grand Prix weather forecast say about the predicted chances of raining in Sao Paulo this weekend?

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Brazilian Grand Prix Weather Forecast: What Weather Shall Be Hovering Over Autódromo José Carlos Pace In The Coming Race Weekend? 2

According to Weather.com, the weather report for the Brazilian Grand Prix weather forecast indicates that there will be showers on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday with a predicted percentage of 30 on all three days. It won’t be warmer than twenty degrees on those days either, so there won’t be much grip on the circuit and the tyres that are laid down there might be washed away soon.

The sprint qualifying format will also be used in the Brazilian Grand Prix which will decide the grid order for the race. This means that there will be a qualifying session on Friday and the sprint qualifying on Saturday, both of them are predicted to be hindered by rain which will play a major factor going into the race on Sunday. While there are not many points to be gained on Saturday, one can lose a lot of places in the race on Sunday. This was

Who leads the World Championship going into the Brazilian Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen

After securing a solid victory in Mexico, Max Verstappen of Red Bull is in the driving seat and the favourite to win the World Championship this season as he extended the gap with Lewis Hamilton to 19 points going into the Brazilian Grand Prix.

POSDRIVERNATIONALITYCARPTS
1Max VerstappenNEDRED BULL RACING HONDA312.5
2Lewis HamiltonGBRMERCEDES293.5
3Valtteri BottasFINMERCEDES185
4Sergio PerezMEXRED BULL RACING HONDA165
5Lando NorrisGBRMCLAREN MERCEDES150

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