RACE DEBRIEF
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Mexico

2018

26 - 28 Oct

Race weekend

11选5有什么技巧:FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE MéXICO 2018

河北十一选五官网 www.3k435.cn All times listed are local track times

28 Oct

Race

13:10-15:10

27 Oct

Qualifying

13:00-14:00

27 Oct

Practice 3

10:00-11:00

26 Oct

Practice 2

14:00-15:30

26 Oct

Practice 1

10:00-11:30

FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE MéXICO 2018

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FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE MéXICO 2018

mexico-flag.png Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez

Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez

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First Grand Prix

1963

Number of Laps

71

Circuit Length

4.304km

Race Distance

305.354 km

Lap Record

1:18.785 Sebastian Vettel (2017)

Mexico City

When was the track built?

In 1959. The father of Mexico’s most famous racing brothers, Ricardo and Pedro Rodriguez, was an advisor to Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateo, and had a word in his boss’s ear about building a racing circuit in Mexico City’s Magdalena Mixiuhca sports park using the existing internal roads. El Presidente liked the idea, and work on the track was completed in under a year.

When was its first Grand Prix?

Formula 1 cars arrived in 1962 for a non-championship race, returning the following year for a proper, bona fide Grand Prix. That 1963 race was won by Jim Clark, while for the next few years, Mexico’s fiesta vibes meant it became the traditional season-ender for Formula 1. Mexico was welcomed back onto the F1 calendar in 2015.

What’s the circuit like?

High up! The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez sits over 2km above sea level, making the 4.3km lap a breathless experience. The track still largely follows the outline of the original 1959 circuit, the main difference being that the spectacular – and spectacularly scary – Peralta corner is now bisected, with the circuit instead winding through the old Foro Sol baseball stadium, providing one F1’s most unique vistas.

Why go?

Mexico City is one of the world’s most buzzing, vibrant metropolises. And with the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez located just to the east of the city, with a metro station ready to whip you into the downtown at the end of each day’s racing action, the Mexican Grand Prix is a fantastic chance to properly mix sport and culture.

Where is the best place to watch?

Fight tooth and nail for a spot in the Foro Sol. Not only will you get to peer down into the cockpits of the drivers as they pass through the stadium, but the atmosphere when the podium ceremony unfolds there has to be experienced to be believed.

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