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    About Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez

    Formula 1 Mexico Grand Prix

    Hermanos Rodríguez Circuit

    • No. of Laps: 71
    • No. of Corners: 17
    • Circuit Length: 4.304 km
    • Race Distance: 305.354 km

      The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez has been the venue for the Mexican Grand Prix championship races from the 1960s to the 1990s. After a pause in 1993, the race returned to the circuit in 2015, largely following the original track from 1959.

      The circuit set at a height of 2250 meters above sea level makes the day race quite difficult for the drivers under the intense heat. Furthermore, the track has long straights, wavey corners, and some sharp turns, making for an exciting and chilling racing experience.

    Plan Your Visit to Mexico City GP 2023

    Getting There
    Facilities
    Visitor Tips
    Rules & Regulations
    Mexico Essentials
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    Facilities at the Hermanos Rodríguez Circuit

    • Wheelchair Accessibility: The Hermanos Rodríguez Circuit is equipped with wheelchair-friendly restrooms, ramps, elevators, and designated wheelchair-accessible viewing areas.
    • Food and Beverages: There are plenty of food and beverage stalls at the circuit including sushi bars, local Mexican joints, and fast food chains such as Burger King and Domino’s.
    • Merchandise: Fans can find official Formula 1 merchandise for sale at every zone in the Hermanos Rodríguez Circuit.
    • Other Facilities: First aid rooms, a lost and found department, and an adequate number of toilets are set up around the circuit.
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    • Find Your Entrance Gate: Unlike most F1 circuits, the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is divided into different zones which you can only enter or pass by if accessible by your ticket. So make sure you find the entrance gate closest to your zone/grandstand before your commute.
    • Stay Hydrated: Since the track is set at an altitude and the weather is hot, beware of dehydration and heatstroke. Race attendees are advised to put on sunblock and keep themselves hydrated throughout the event.
    • Dress Light: Wear light breathable clothes and maybe even carry along an extra top if you sweat too much, as Mexico is hot and humid during the race days.
    • Protect Your Ears: You are also advised to put on a pair of earplugs during the race to protect your eardrums from the deafening sounds of race cars.
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    • Animals Prohibited: Animals and pets, except certified service animals, are not allowed into the circuit.
    • Other Prohibited Items: Food and drinks (except a bottle of drinking water), fireworks & laser lights, balls, frisbees, stuffed animals, glass, musical instruments, umbrellas with pointy tips, picnic baskets, chairs, stools, portable seats, camping backpacks, drones, bicycles, scooters, skateboards, roller-blades, stick flags, coolers, hampers, toxic and flammable substances, drugs, alcohol, hazardous items, and weapons of any kind are strictly prohibited inside the circuit.
    • Photo & Video Recording: Professional video recording devices, tripods, Go Pro poles, selfie sticks, audio recorders, and other related equipment are prohibited inside the Hermanos Rodríguez Circuit. However, personal photography and filming are allowed on smartphones.
    • Child Entry: Children below the age of 4 get free admission into the circuit but may not occupy a seat. All children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times.
    Formula 1 Mexico Grand Prix essentials
    • Visa: Citizens, visa holders, and permanent residents of over 60 countries including the EU Schengen Area, UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Japan do not need a visa to visit Mexico for a stay of up to 180 days. All other visitors must obtain a visa before traveling.
    • Time Zone: UTC/GMT -6
    • Currency: Mexican Peso ($ / MXN)
    • Socket: Plug types A and B
    • Language: Spanish and English
    • Weather: October lies between the rainy and dry seasons in Mexico when the average temperatures range from 10 °C to 23 °C. The days are warm and nights are cool with moderate rain expected during the race weekend.

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    What to Expect at Mexican GP 2023?

    Track & Weather Conditions
    Re-Entry is Mostly Forbidden
    Mobility is Limited Between Zones
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    • Temperature: 12°C - 21°C
    • Rainfall: 168mm, Mexico City experiences above-average rain in October
    • Humidity: 69%
    • Winds: 13.6 kph, somewhat windy
    • Sunlight: 5-6 hours

    Expect occasional rain showers, but the race weekend is looking to be sunny with blue skies. The humidity levels are generally low, making this a great time to get outdoors and explore the city post the race! You should always bring a light jacket or sweater for cool evenings, just in case.

    Same day re-entry is forbidden at the Mexican GP due to safety regulations and concerns. Allowing people to enter and exit the circuit during the race could potentially cause safety hazards, according to the organizers.

    Moving between zones at the Mexican GP is not allowed to ensure the safety of both the drivers and spectators. The strict enforcement of this rule ensures that everyone can enjoy the race in a safe and controlled environment.

    The commentary can help fans stay engaged and informed throughout the race, even if they are not able to watch it live on TV, while including expert analysis from experienced commentators, providing valuable insights and perspectives on the race.

    Unforgettable Mexican GP Moments

    Rosberg's 4th Momentous Win

    In 2015, Nico Rosberg won the Mexican Grand Prix, earning his fourth consecutive victory in the Formula One season. Rosberg dominated the race from start to finish, securing the pole position in qualifying and maintaining his lead throughout the race.

    Mansell's Thrilling Overtake

    In the 1990 Mexican Grand Prix, Nigel Mansell executed one of the most memorable overtakes in Formula One history. He was trailing Ayrton Senna in second place on the final lap, but managed to get a better exit out of the final corner and slipstreamed past Senna on the long straightaway towards the finish line, ultimately winning the race by just 0.014 seconds.

    Schumacher's First Finish

    On March 22, 1992, in his second season competing in Formula One, Michael Schumacher secured his first podium finish at the Mexican Grand Prix. Driving for the Benetton-Ford team, Schumacher had already impressed many in the previous season, but his performance at the 1992 Mexican GP was a major breakthrough.

    Lost the Race, Won the Championship

    Despite a 70-point comfortable lead, Hamilton was determined to secure his fifth Formula One World Championship title before the end of the season. However, the race did not go as planned for Hamilton, as he finished in fourth place behind Red Bull's Max Verstappen, Vettel, and Valtteri Bottas. Although Hamilton did not win the race, he had already amassed enough points throughout the season to secure the World Championship title.

    Mexican GP Fanzone

    Concerts
    Food and Drink
    Merch
    Interactive simulators

    The Fanzone features live music performances from local and international artists. Enjoy the rhythms of mariachi, salsa, and other genres while soaking up the atmosphere of the Mexican Grand Prix.

    The Fanzone has plenty of food and beverage options to keep you fueled up throughout the day. From traditional Mexican dishes to international cuisine, there's something for everyone.

    The Fanzone is a great place to shop for F1 merchandise. Pick up official team gear, souvenirs, and other memorabilia to show your support for your favorite drivers and teams.

    The Fanzone offers interactive experiences that let you get a taste of what it's like to be an F1 driver. Test your reflexes with reaction time tests, or try your hand at changing a tire in a pit stop challenge.

    Mexico City GP 2022 Results

    Position

    Driver

    Team

    Time

    1

    Max Verstappen

    Red Bull Racing Rbpt

    1:38:36.729

    2

    Lewis Hamilton

    Mercedes

    +15.186s

    3

    Sergio Perez

    Red Bull Racing Rbpt

    +18.097s

    4

    George Russell

    Mercedes

    +49.431s

    5

    Carlos Sainz

    Ferrari

    +58.123s

    6

    Charles Leclerc

    Ferrari

    +68.774s

    7

    Daniel Ricciardo

    Mclaren Mercedes

    +1 lap

    8

    Esteban Ocon

    Alpine Renault

    +1 lap

    9

    Lando Norris

    Mclaren Mercedes

    +1 lap

    10

    Valtteri Bottas

    Alpha Romeo Ferrari

    +1 lap

    Frequently Asked Questions About Mexico City GP

    Where is the Mexico City GP being held?

    The Mexico City GP 2023 will be held at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.

    What are my food & drink options at Mexico City GP?

    There are food stalls placed throughout the circuit with a variety of options, including sushi, local food and also fast food. 

    Who was the winner of the Mexico City GP in 2022?

    Max Verstappen of the Redbull Racing RBPT was the winner of last year’s Mexico City GP.

    What are the best things to do in Mexico?

    Some of the best things to do while in Mexico for the Grand Prix include joining the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebrations, going on a trajinera (gondola) cruise in Xochimilco, having fun at the Chapultepec Park, visiting landmarks such as the Teotihuacan Pyramids, the National Museum of Anthropology, or the Frida Kahlo Museum, and trying out local Mexican food.

    How's the weather in Mexico during the Formula 1 GP?

    In October, Mexico’s climate is in between the rainy and dry seasons. The average temperatures usually range from 10 to 23°C and you can expect some rain at night as well.