The Formula One Mexican Grand Prix weekend starts on Friday October 28th with two practice sessions for the drivers FP1 starts at 11:30 am.
The Mexican Grand Prix, currently held under the name Mexico City Grand Prix, is a motor racing event held at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City. It first appeared as a non-championship event in 1962 before being held as a championship event in 1963–1970 and 1986–1992. The Grand Prix returned in 2015 at the Mexico City circuit. The Mexican Grand Prix was first held on 4 November 1962 at the Magdalena Mixhuca circuit. The circuit was the first international racetrack in Mexico and like Monza in Milan, Italy it was built within a park in the center part of a major city, in this case the Mexican capital of Mexico City.
The race provided unique challenges for racing, standing at 2,240m (7,340 ft) above sea level, as well as the long, 180-degree, lightly banked and fast Peraltada corner that finishes the lap, in addition to being a bumpy racetrack from actively shifting soils beneath the circuit. In July 2014, Ecclestone confirmed that he had signed a 5-year deal for the Hermanos Rodríguez track to host the Mexican Grand Prix, starting in 2015. On 3 December 2014, the FIA published a confirmed calendar for 2015 showing the 2015 Grand Prix of Mexico on 1 November 2015. German Nico Rosberg won the 2015 event in his Mercedes.
The Formula One Mexican Grand Prix weekend starts on Friday October 28th with two practice sessions for the drivers FP1 starts at 11:30 am IST and FP2 starts at 02:30 am IST. The next day starts with free practice 3 at 22:30 am IST and is followed by the qualifying. Sunday is the day for some high octane racing drama at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez as the race starts at 1:30 am IST.
|Friday, October 28||23:30||FP1|
|Saturday, October 29||02:30||FP2|
|Sunday, October 30||01:30||Qualifying|
|Monday, October 31||01:30||Race|
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