The 2021 Brazilian GP is set to be a dry affair with temperatures increasing compared to Saturday's and Friday's running.
There will be plenty of sunny spells with no chance of rain as temperatures reach 25 degrees Celsius when the race begins at 14:00 local time (17:00 UK time).
This could push some drivers to a two-stop race, with track temperatures approaching 50 degrees. The wind is expected to be less of a factor than it has been so far.
Valtteri Bottas will start from pole position ahead of championship leader Max Verstappen, with Lewis Hamilton lining up in 10th place due to a grid penalty for a fifth Internal Combustion Engine.
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