Let us take a look at the weather forecast for the Brazilian Grand Prix, scheduled to take place this weekend at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace

F1 action moves to Brazil this weekend and fans will have a close eye on the weather especially as the threat of showers loom large on the Brazilian GP. We would hate a situation where rain plays spoilsport on race day and as of now, things look a bit dicey. Let us now take a detailed look at the weather forecast for this weekend’s Brazilian GP.

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Rain is expected to welcome the teams and drivers for the first practice session on Friday. There is a forecast of scattered thunderstorms, with a 70% chance of showers. The picture is expected to be similar on Saturday as well – the day for the Sprint. Thunderstorms are expected with heavy chances of rain.

All eyes will certainly be on Sunday – the race day, and as things stand, there is a cause for worry. The chances of rain decrease slightly to 60% but conditions will be cloudy throughout and thunderstorms are also expected. Fans and teams will be hoping that the weather doesn’t play spoilsport but things look gloomy as of now.

Brazilian GP
Brazilian GP (F1)

What is the schedule for Brazilian GP?

Practice 1: Friday, November 11 – 09:00 IST

Qualifying: Saturday, November 12 – 00:30 IST

Practice 2: Saturday, November 12 –09:00 IST

Sprint: Sunday, November 12 – 01:00 IST

Race: Sunday, November 12 – 23:30 IST

Where can we watch all the action live?

In the United States, fans can catch the action on the ESPN network. viewers in the UK can watch every session from the start of the first practice session to the end of the race on sky sports. in India, the qualifying session and main race will be broadcast live on star sports. all practice sessions, qualifying sessions and the main race can be streamed live on disney+hotstar.

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