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Brazilian Grand Prix 2021

Interlagos weather: What's in store for the Brazilian GP?

Rain is a threat for the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend at Interlagos, adding another intriguing element to the mix.

Formula 1 moves on to Interlagos for the Brazilian Grand Prix and the second part of 2021's final triple-header sequence.

Changeable weather is often a talking point at the Sao Paulo venue and this year is no exception, with rain a possibility during the event.

With thanks to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, here's the latest weather forecast for the Brazilian GP.


F1's new Sprint format will make its third and final appearance of the season at the Brazilian Grand Prix, meaning qualifying is to be staged on Friday afternoon.

Although temperatures are set to climb to around 18 degrees Celcius, a south-easterly wind will blow clouds and showers towards the circuit. As such, Pirelli's wet-weather tyres might be called on for the qualifying hour, which begins at 16:00 local time.


Conditions are set to be dry for the remainder of the weekend, with air temperatures steadily rising through Saturday and Sunday.

Showers can't be ruled out on Saturday, but they are unlikely to appear in the 30-minute (24-lap) Sprint Qualifying race for pole position from 16:30 local time.


The weather will be at its best on Sunday, with an air temperature of 25 degrees Celcius anticipated. Dry and sunny conditions are set to feature throughout the 71-lap Grand Prix (14:00 local time start).

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