Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix 2023
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The 2023 Formula One World Championship heads south to Mexico for the second part of its late-season quartet of races in the Americas.
The 4.304km Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is a high-speed thrill ride dominated by two DRS straights that always see overtaking. Yet it's the final sector that goes through the Foro Sol baseball stadium that is undoubtedly the standout feature of the circuit.
With Mexico City having such a high altitude – the circuit sits over 2km above sea level – the thin air puts the F1 power units through more stress than anywhere else on the calendar as they fight to get enough oxygen to pass through the engine.
You can follow our progress at the Mexico City Grand Prix all weekend, right here.