Mexico City 2024
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Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 25 October, 18:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 25 October, 22:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 26 October, 17:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 26 October, 21:00
Qualifying
Sun, 27 October, 20:00
Race
Welcome to the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, located in the heart of Mexico City and home to the Mexico City Grand Prix.
Passionate fans and high altitude are the two guarantees for any Formula 1 trip to Mexico, with the engines pressured into extremes we don't encounter anywhere else.
Aerodynamics also are less effective at 2,200 meters above sea level, further adding to the engineering obstacles we must overcome, but challenges like these are exactly why we race.
Circuit Overview:
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez stretches over 4.304 km (2.674 miles) with 17 turns, starting with a high-speed first sector that includes two DRS zones and the primary overtaking spots.
By comparison, Sector 2 is full of low-to-medium speed corners where drivers will stay single file as they head into one of the sport's most identifiable grandstands — the Foro Sol.
This old baseball stadium has an amphitheatre atmosphere like no other anywhere else in F1, and Sector 3 winds inside, through, and out of the cheering fans to end this high-speed and high-altitude lap.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Location: Mexico City
First Grand Prix: 1963
Circuit Length: 4.304 km (2.674 miles)
Race Distance: 305.354 km (189.738 miles)
Laps: 71
Lap Record: 1:17.774 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 2021)
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P9
Fastest Lap: 1:22.773 (Lap 65)
Qualifying: P14 (1:19.147)
Tyre Strategy: Hard-Medium
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P16
Fastest Lap: 1:23.003 (Lap 24)
Qualifying: P20 (No time set)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Medium
Williams Racing's Mexico City GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Nigel Mansell, 1987 & 1992 / Riccardo Patrese, 1991)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Nigel Mansell, 1987 & 1992 / Riccardo Patrese, 1991)
Alex's Best Finish: P5 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P16 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Nigel’s two victories in Mexico both came for Williams Racing, and the circuit renamed its long last corner in honour of our Nige when F1 returned to the country in 2015.
Mexico At A Glance
Capital: Mexico City
Population: 129 million
Size: 1,972,550 sq km
Language: Spanish
Currency: Mexican Peso (MXN)
Mexico City 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 25 October, 18:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 25 October, 22:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 26 October, 17:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 26 October, 21:00
Qualifying
Sun, 27 October, 20:00
Race
Welcome to the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, located in the heart of Mexico City and home to the Mexico City Grand Prix.
Passionate fans and high altitude are the two guarantees for any Formula 1 trip to Mexico, with the engines pressured into extremes we don't encounter anywhere else.
Aerodynamics also are less effective at 2,200 meters above sea level, further adding to the engineering obstacles we must overcome, but challenges like these are exactly why we race.
Circuit Overview:
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez stretches over 4.304 km (2.674 miles) with 17 turns, starting with a high-speed first sector that includes two DRS zones and the primary overtaking spots.
By comparison, Sector 2 is full of low-to-medium speed corners where drivers will stay single file as they head into one of the sport's most identifiable grandstands — the Foro Sol.
This old baseball stadium has an amphitheatre atmosphere like no other anywhere else in F1, and Sector 3 winds inside, through, and out of the cheering fans to end this high-speed and high-altitude lap.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Location: Mexico City
First Grand Prix: 1963
Circuit Length: 4.304 km (2.674 miles)
Race Distance: 305.354 km (189.738 miles)
Laps: 71
Lap Record: 1:17.774 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 2021)
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P9
Fastest Lap: 1:22.773 (Lap 65)
Qualifying: P14 (1:19.147)
Tyre Strategy: Hard-Medium
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P16
Fastest Lap: 1:23.003 (Lap 24)
Qualifying: P20 (No time set)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Medium
Williams Racing's Mexico City GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Nigel Mansell, 1987 & 1992 / Riccardo Patrese, 1991)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Nigel Mansell, 1987 & 1992 / Riccardo Patrese, 1991)
Alex's Best Finish: P5 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P16 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Nigel’s two victories in Mexico both came for Williams Racing, and the circuit renamed its long last corner in honour of our Nige when F1 returned to the country in 2015.
Mexico At A Glance
Capital: Mexico City
Population: 129 million
Size: 1,972,550 sq km
Language: Spanish
Currency: Mexican Peso (MXN)
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