Formula 1 Gran Premio De Mexico

25th Oct keyboard_arrow_right 27th Oct 2019

Overview

The Gran Premio De México or the Mexican Grand Prix is a race which is returning to the Formula One circuit in 2015. The event was part of the F1 calendar from 1963 to 1970 and then again from 1986 to 1992. The race is held in Mexico City at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, named after the brothers Ricardo and Pedro Rodriguez, two of the country’s greatest drivers. Combine a visit to one of the world’s most culturally rich and vibrant cities with the thrills of an F1 race with a trip to Mexico City for the Mexican Grand Prix this year!

Previous winners

Winner of Formula 1 Gran Premio De Mexico 2018:

  • Driver: Max Verstappen (Netherlands)
  • Constructor: Red Bull

 

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Description

Main Grandstand – Main straight (Green Zone)

The Main Grandstand provides a privileged view of the full race, including a frontal view of the whole pits activity, and the grid setup, the pitstop works, race close and podium.

Gold Stands – 3,4 (Blue Zone)

Gold Stands 3 & 4 provide a view of the end of the Main Straight with view of Curve 1. The stand placed at the external zone of the final straight, provides a view of the whole race in the straight line, as well as the Moisés Solana S curve.

Gold Stands – 6 (Blue Zone)

Gold Stand 6 provides a view of Curve 3. The stand is placed at the exit of the Moisés Solana curve, offering a frontal view as cars manouver the curve.

Gold Stand – 7 (Purple Zone)

Gold Stand 7 provide a view of Curve 5. The stand is placed at the external zone of the Presidential Curve or (Lake S curve), providing views of cars heading to the S curves.

Gold Stand – 8 (Purple Zone)

Gold Stand 8 is between Curve 5 & 6. The stand is placed at the Presidential Curve or (Lake S curve) exit.

Gold Stand – 12 (Yellow Zone)

Gold Stand 12 is between Curve 6 & 7. Located where the S curves begins, the stand offers great views - from the first brake to the Presidential Curve or Lake S curve, to the explosive acceleration in the cutout back straight.

Platinum Stands – 5 (Blue Zone)

Platinum Stand 5 provides a view of Curve 1. Located at the Moisés Solana S curve, the stand offers a frontal view of the straight.

Platinum Stands – 9 (Purple Zone)

Platinum Stand 9 provides a view of Curve 6. The stand offers a back straight side view, along with views of the stadium zone as well as the overtakes.

Platinum Stands – 10 (Yellow Zone)

Platinum Stand 10 provides a view of Curve 6. The stand offers a back straight side view, along with views of the stadium zone as well as the overtakes.

Platinum Stands – 11 (Yellow Zone)

Platinum Stand 11 is between Curve 6 & 7. The stand offers a back straight side view, along with views of the stadium zone as well as the overtakes.

Foro Sol South – 14 (Gray Zone)

Foro Sol South is between Curve 13 and 15. The maximum height of this stand offers a view of the driving progression between Curve 13 and 15, as well as views of cars heading for the exit in the Peraltada.

Foro Sol North – 15 (Brown Zone)

Foro Sol North is between Curve 12 & 15. The stand placed at the north section of the Forum, offers a view of the oval straight at the Forum entrance, and later, views of the cars heading to the Peraltada curve.

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General info

  • For directions and modes of transport to the venue refer here
  • For shuttle service and other details refer here.
  • For more information refer the Access and Information page. 

Inside the venue


Food & Beverages:

  • There is a snack area, for food and drinks sale, beside specific buffet areas.
  • You can refer here for more details.

 

Inside the Venue:

Item

Allowed (Yes/No)

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Alcohol

No

 

Camcorders

Yes

Small digital cameras unprofessional and/or disposable and Instant Photo Cameras  allowed. Not Allowed:  Video cameras or recording devices, Professional or semi professional cameras, Analogous cameras

Cameras (Still Photography)

Yes

Small digital cameras unprofessional and/or disposable and Instant Photo Cameras allowed. Not Allowed:  Video cameras or recording devices, Professional or semi professional cameras, Analogous cameras

Chairs

No

 

Cigarettes

Yes

 

Commercial Signs / Merchandise

No

 

Containers (bottles, ice boxes, Aerosol)

No

 

Food/Baby Food

No

 

Fireworks

No

 

Tripods

No

Go Pro Poles not allowed

Umbrellas

No

 

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • ATM’s
  • Assistance
  • Disabled Access
  • First Aid
  • Shops
  • For more details refer here.

Venue details


Schedule Timing


Schedule for the next edition of Formula 1 Gran Premio De Mexico has not been released yet.

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