NS This weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix It promises emotions in the early days. According to the National Institute of Meteorology, riders could experience rain on Friday (12) and Saturday (13), which is crucial in determining the grid for the start of the Brazilian stage of the World Cup. Formula 1.
The Brazilian stage will feature a sprint format, with a mini-race taking place on Saturday to earn points for the top three and determine the starting grid for Sunday. This means that the action begins on Friday, when the enemy classification is disputed.
In addition, the heat of the Brazilian summer should not appear to the drivers and spectators who must follow the São Paulo race. The forecast for the coming days is cold and cloudy. A tip for fans who go to the racetrack is: Bring a raincoat and warm clothes.
Check out the full forecast
Friday – 12/11 (Qualifying for Sprint): Lots of clouds with the possibility of isolated drizzle during the day, temperature on a slight dip, between 13°C and 19°C.
Saturday – 13/11 (Sprint): The day starts off cold with many clouds and damp fog at dawn, and in the morning the sun appears among many clouds, with little chance of rain, lonely and commuters. The temperature ranges between 11°C and 21°C
Sunday – 11/14 (race): Sunny day with lots of clouds, damp fog at dawn. The temperature at a slight rise will be between 13°C and 23°C.
How to follow the São Paulo GP:
Friday 12 November
Free Training 1, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.: Sports teams
Classification from 4 pm to 5 pm: Band Sports
Saturday 13th November
Free Training 2, 12pm-1pm: Band Sports
Sprint: 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: TV Bandeirantes and Bandsports
Sunday 14th November
Race, from 2pm: TV Bandeirantes and BandNewsFM (broadcast starts at 1pm)
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