Temperatures over the weekend of the Mexican Grand Prix will be similar to those of two years ago, according to weather forecasts from Weather.com. Just like then, the temperatures will also be around 23 degrees this weekend. Max Verstappen then managed to take pole position, but finished sixth in the race, behind his then teammate Alexander Albon.
On Friday, the drivers will start their first two free practice sessions, where temperatures will be between 15 and 23 degrees. In the morning it will be partly cloudy, followed by full clouds in the afternoon. There will be no rain, according to the forecast. Saturday will be the clearest, with light cloud cover all day which should provide a relatively warm track temperature during qualifying. It will be between 14 and 22 degrees that day without rain.
Coolest circuit of the weekend on Sunday
When the drivers are at the start of the race, it will probably be overcast. As a result, the circuit on that day may be the coolest of the entire weekend. On Sunday the temperature is between 14 and 23 degrees. Despite the fact that it will be heavily cloudy, the chance of rain seems unlikely. Only on Saturday does the chance of wind gusts seem greatest. A northern breeze of up to 19 km/h can make it difficult for the drivers.