Brazilian Grand Prix 2019 Weather Predictions

November 13, 2019 5:15 pm

The Brazilian Grand Prix 2019 marks the penultimate round of the 2019 Formula One season. Both world championships have already been wrapped up, but that won’t stop the action. Now, with no pressure on the teams to fight for the championship, they can shift their focus to other important matters.

In terms of the weather conditions for the Brazilian Grand Prix 2019 weekend, things are going to be fairly interesting.

On Friday, the temperature will be around 24°C and the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace will likely face thunder storms. However, on Saturday the temperature is predicted to be around 27°C, and sunny skies. Meanwhile, race day will see a temperature of 28°C and similar conditions to Saturday.

In terms of winning the race, it is anybody’s game as Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull will be fired up. Last year, it was Lewis Hamilton, who took top honours, ahead of Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen.

With regard to the tyre allocation for the Brazilian Grand Prix 2019, the Mercedes and McLaren teams, are the only ones who opted for 8 sets of soft tyres. Meanwhile, Alfa Romeo, Toro Rosso and Williams all took 9 sets of the red-walled tyres. The rest of the pack have gone for 10 sets of the option tyres.

On the medium tyre allocation, Lewis Hamilton is the only driver running 4 sets of yellow-walled tyres. The McLaren duo, Valtteri Bottas, Antonio Giovinazzi, Pierre Gasly and George Russell are on three sets each. Daniel Ricciardo is the only driver on one solitary set of soft tyres. The rest of the pack have two sets of yellow-walled medium tyres.

On the prime tyres, Valtteri Bottas, Daniel Ricciardo, the McLaren pair, Kimi Raikkonen, Daniil Kvyat and Robert Kubica, have 2 sets each. The rest of the grid will have to make do with 1 set of the prime tyres.

Dhruv George

Dhruv George is an author for the Formula One and NASCAR division of EssentiallySports. He is a life-long F1 and MotoGP fan and recently began to follow NASCAR, developing a liking for McLaren and Carlos Sainz Jr. He graduated from Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai, with a PG Diploma in Journalism and now lives in Trivandrum.

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