The Mexican Grand Prix is Formula 1’s third-to-final round of the season. The first grand prix was held at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City in 1963 and would appear on and off until becoming a regular fixture as a Championship race from 2015 to now.
City of Flavor and Fun
Nicknamed ‘The City of Palaces’ Mexico City is home to over 180 museums and thousands of places to eat. From fine dining establishments that rank in the world’s top 10, to the street vendor serving the best Tacos and Tortas you’ll ever have.
Mexico City Grand Prix
The Mexican Grand Prix is a can’t miss event for racing fans. Recent re-designs for the track brought a unique and iconic viewing point for the race with four corner turns being completely surrounded by the grandstands. Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez and growth of the sport as a whole has led to three straight sellouts of the event.