Mexican Grand Prix

Mexican Grand Prix 2020 – Latest News, Winners, Qualifying, Circuits, Track

The Mexican Grand Prix usually marks the start of the American leg of the Formula One calendar. The race is held at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, as has been the case since 1986.

Since then, it has been a regular feature in the Formula One World Championship until 1992. It did not appear on the calendar again until 2015.

Unfortunately, the current pandemic has resulted in F1 cancelling all its races in the Americas. As a result, there won’t be an F1 race in Mexico city this season.

Mexico was quickly developing into a Red Bull stronghold, after the Milton-Keynes outfit cliched back to back wins at the track. However, Mercedes asserted their supremacy in Mexico after a masterclass from Lewis Hamilton at last year’s race.

Past Winners

Jim Clark United Kingdom 1962, 1963, 1967,
Alain Prost France 1988, 1990
Nigel Mansell United Kingdom 1987, 1992
Max Verstappen Netherlands 2017, 2018

Past Constructors Winners

McLaren 1969, 1988, 1989
Williams 1987, 1991, 1992
Ferrari 1970, 1990
Mercedes 2015, 2016, 2019
Red Bull 2017, 2018

Mexican Grand Prix Circuit Details

The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is a 4.304-kilometre circuit. It is named after the racing drivers Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez. The circuit got its name shortly after it opened when Ricardo died in practice for the non-Championship 1962 Mexican Grand Prix. Nine years later, Pedro also lost his life behind the wheel.

Where to watch the Mexican Grand Prix

In India, the practice sessions, qualifying and the race will be broadcast on the Star Sports network. In Africa, Supersport is in charge of broadcast while in Asia and Australia, Fox Sports handles the broadcast. Canada has RDS while China telecasts the race on CCTV. France relies of TF1 and Canal+ for their Formula One telecast. Germany, Austria and Switzerland have RTL Germany to thank. Italians who cannot travel to Monza will be watching on Sky Italia. Spain and Andorra have Movistar, while the United Kingdom has Channel 4 and Sky Sports. The USA also shows the race on ESPN.

Mexican Grand Prix Tickets

Tickets are mostly available on the official Formula One website.

Session Day Time
FP1 Friday, 25 October 10:00-11:30 Local time
FP2 Friday, 25 October 14:00-15:30 Local time
FP3 Saturday, 26 October 12:00-13:00 Local time
Qualifying Saturday, 26, October 15:00-16:00 Local time
Race Sunday, 27 October 14:10-16:10 Local time