Mexican Grand Prix Weather Forecast: Will F1 avoid the rain?
Rain is forecast across the Mexican Grand Prix weekend, although thankfully Formula 1 will not be pressed into the emergency actions of last time out in Japan.
Typhoon Hagibis played havoc with the F1 schedule, although Suzuka was among the areas to avoid the worst of the storms.
Light rain and wind is forecast across the three days of on-track action at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, although the chances of precipitation remain slim at this stage, according to BBC Weather.
The strongest chance of rain appears to come on Sunday, although typical for F1 it is forecast to arrive shortly after racing is finished.
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