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Brazilian Grand Prix 2022

High chance of rain for F1 Brazil qualifying

The chance of a downpour for Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying has increased in the last few hours, which could throw up an interesting spectacle.

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With the Brazilian Grand Prix being the last Sprint Race weekend of the year, qualifying will be held on Friday rather than Saturday.

The chance of rain at the start of the session has increased to 80% of the last few hours, with it expected to affect running.

An hour later this will decrease to 40%, but the chances of rain is still high.

Rain is also expected to affect the rest of the weekend on Saturday and Sunday.

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