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TicketWorld Online invites you to experience the unique thrill of the Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix at the colourful Los Hermanos Rodriguez circuit. Immerse yourself in the intensity of this iconic circuit as elite drivers challenge its fast corners and challenging straights. The Mexican Grand Prix offers a spectacular setting to experience the ultimate in motorsport.

Known for its technical demands, this circuit tests drivers’ skill and strategy with every lap. From the demanding corners to the strategic overtaking zones, every moment at the Mexican Grand Prix is a thrilling spectacle that fuses skill and tactics.

In addition, the circuit offers a spectacular setting with panoramic views of Mexico City. Spectators can enjoy the racing action against the backdrop of the culture and energy of this unique metropolis, making the Grand Prix experience unforgettable and exciting.

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Paddock Club

  • Race viewing over the team garages located on the main straight
  • Exciting pitlane Aramco F1 walk
  • Highlighted appearances by F1 drivers and ambassadors
  • Worldwide and local cuisine with live culinary performances by renowned chefs
  • Premium drink bar with a wide variety, from spirits and champagne to beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • Guided tour on a driver’s parade truck for a guided lap around the track
  • Racing simulators, live music, and local cultural experiences
  • Large screens broadcasting live from the track

Frequent questions

The Mexican Grand Prix is held at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, an iconic circuit located in vibrant Mexico City. This historic circuit, named after the Rodriguez brothers, prominent Mexican drivers, combines long straights with challenging corners, creating a perfect setting for thrilling on-track battles. Mexico City’s altitude adds a unique element, challenging the teams and drivers with its atmospheric conditions. Off the track, spectators can enjoy the city’s infectious energy, rich culture and gastronomic offerings ranging from traditional Mexican antojitos to international haute cuisine.

  1. Grandstands 1 and 2: located in front of the finish line and along the main straight, these grandstands offer a privileged view of the race start. It is the ideal place to watch the cars reach high speeds and execute overtaking manoeuvres in the fastest part of the circuit.
  2. Grandstands 3, 3a, 4, 5, 5a and 6: these grandstands offer an exceptional view of a series of three corners where the drivers slow down drastically after reaching their top speed on the main straight. It is a critical point on the circuit where driver skill comes to the fore. This area is known to be the scene of intense action during the race, including possible overtaking in these corners.
  3. Grandstand 8: located at the end of the second longest straight on the circuit, this grandstand offers an excellent view of how the riders accelerate at the start of the straight and gradually decelerate towards the end. It is the ideal place to watch the drivers at high speeds in action.
  4. Grandstands 7, 10 and 11: located after the second straight of the circuit, this grandstand offers a privileged view of how the drivers slow down to tackle one of the most difficult sections of the circuit. From here, you can experience the thrill of watching the riders manoeuvre through turns 4, 5 and 6 of the circuit.
  5. Grandstand 9: Located after turn 6 of the circuit, Grandstand 9 offers a spectacular view of the drivers braking in front of you to tackle a series of fast corners as they make their way towards the final section of the circuit. From here, spectators will be able to witness thrilling overtaking action.
  6. Grandstands 14 and 15: These two grandstands, located opposite each other, are ideal for watching the final corners of the circuit and feeling the excitement of one of the most intense sections of the circuit. From here, you can get a close-up view of the drivers’ skills in an area where a small slip can be the deciding factor in the race. These grandstands offer an unbeatable perspective of the final manoeuvres and the precision required to complete the circuit successfully.

The length of the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is approximately 4.304 kilometres.

The number of laps at the Mexican Grand Prix can vary depending on FIA rules and the season schedule. Typically, there are around 71 laps of the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez during the race.

The Mexican Grand Prix is one of Formula 1’s most iconic events, with a history dating back to 1962. The first race was held at the Autodromo Magdalena Mixhuca, now known as Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, and quickly became a highlight of the F1 calendar. After several breaks, the Mexican Grand Prix returned in 2015, renewed and with greater enthusiasm, establishing itself as a must-attend event for motor racing fans.

The history of the Mexican Grand Prix is adorned by great names in the sport, such as Jim Clark, Ayrton Senna and more recently, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, who have left an indelible mark on the hearts of Mexican fans. The vibrant atmosphere and the passion of the spectators make every race at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez a unique and memorable experience.

Yes, due to the deafening noise of the powerful engines and the high speed of the single-seaters at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, it is recommended that attendees wear hearing protection, such as earplugs. This ensures a safe and comfortable experience, allowing fans to fully enjoy the event without putting their hearing health at risk.