The Mexican Grand Prix has been back to Formula One for three years now, after nearly 22 years of absence, and the show has been everything but disappointing so far.
Mexican fans have flocked to the circuit filling the track whole capacity. The most interesting part of the track is the huge stadium section; derived from the former home arena of the “Diablos Rojos del México” baseball team this section alone can host 25,000 supporters.
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is a really challenging circuit: first of all it is 2,240 meters (7,340 ft) above sea level making the cooling of the brakes a real nightmare for the engineers; then there is the second fastest straight of the season after Monza mixed with heavy braking spots; lastly the weather conditions and the asphalt temperature are constantly changing throughout the weekend. The ingredients are all there for an enjoyable race.
Being in the top 10 most populous cities of the world, Mexico City is frantic especially along the roads, outside the borders of the track where the cars are just 22 and well-coordinated, the traffic of the city is totally crazy indeed and moving around by car is not advised. It is certainly suggested having a taste of the several spicy Mexican dishes: from Taco street cart to sophisticated cuisine joints, the best chili in town is there to be discovered.
|Free Practice 1 10.00 - 11.30
Free Practice 2 14.00 - 15.30
|Free Practice 3 10.00 - 11.00
Qualifying 13.00 - 14.00
Price per ticket €6100.00 (VAT N/A)
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