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Spanish

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Mexican Peso MX$(MXN)

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Mexico, Mexico City

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I love Mexico City, the race and the people, despite some bugger pinching my iPhone in 2021 in a large crowd.

The Autodromo Hermano Rodriguez is one of the shortest tracks on the F1 calendar and unlike any other track, it winds its way through an old baseball stadium. The two stands are packed full on race day and although you’ll have to sit on concrete instead of bucket seats, the atmosphere during quali and the race is electric, especially when local driver Sergio Perez enters.

The other unique thing about the track is the podium presentation, which takes place in the stadium, about 200 metres from the paddock exit. The drivers have to walk/ride through a corporate area en route to the podium and once the presentation is over a DJ takes control pumping up an already enthusiastic crowd that has flooded onto the track.

F1 Mexico Podium

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Security is tight, with drivers arriving in bullet proof cars with police escorts and are dropped at the middle swipe gates which means seeing them is almost impossible.

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While many might think Mexico City is a cheap place to visit, that’s not the case come Grand Prix time. Hotel rates are sky high and the general admission price for this race is at the top end.

When it comes to accommodation, security is an important consideration. The safest places to stay are supposedly Polanco and along the Av. Paseo de la Reforma. The tree-lined streets of the Polanco area are lovely and there is normally a strong police presence in the main tourist areas.

There is public transport to and from the track but it’s crowded and not that secure. An Uber from the city takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the traffic.

There are numerous 4 and 5 star hotels in the city and English is widely spoken. The Mexican GP is right up there on my favourites list and I have no doubt you too would enjoy it.

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BEHIND THE SCENES F1 VIDEOS

ABOUT THE Mexico City

GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT

The race takes place at the Autodromo Hermano Rodriguez, about 15 kilometres from the city centre but the journey could take you between 20 minutes and 2 hours.

Since 1963

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Number of Laps:

71

Circuit Length:

4.304KM

Race Distance:

305.354KM

Lap Record:

1:17.774

Valtteri Bottas (2021)

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Mexico City Grand Prix Guide

If you're planning to attend the Mexico City Grand Prix, here's some information that you'll find invaluable.