The world of Formula 1 racing is ever-evolving, with races taking place globally at an unprecedented rate. For enthusiasts, it’s essential to stay updated on the next big race and the remaining events for the season.
Next Stop: Mexico City Grand Prix
The Mexico City Grand Prix, scheduled as Round 20, is the subsequent race in the F1 calendar. Following the Austin race, the Mexico City Grand Prix has been a favorite for F1 aficionados for nearly a decade in its latest phase.
The event is especially significant for local hero Sergio Perez, who is eager to clinch a victory in front of his home crowd. However, Max Verstappen, having won the last two races in Mexico, poses a formidable challenge for Perez.
- Date: 27-29 October 2023
- Race Time: Sunday, 29 October at 2 pm local time (8 pm GMT)
- Venue: Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, with its rich history dating back to 1986, has seen several layout changes over the years. The track boasts a massive 1.2km straight, offering drivers top speeds comparable to Monza. The circuit’s altitude, almost 7,500ft, presents an added challenge, with drivers navigating through thinner air.
Session Timings for the Mexico City Grand Prix
- Friday, 27 October:
- FP1: 12.30 pm-1.30 pm (7.30 pm-8.30 pm GMT)
- FP2: 4 pm-5 pm (11 pm-12 am GMT)
- Saturday, 28 October:
- FP3: 11.30 am-12.30 pm (6.30 pm-7.30 pm GMT)
- Qualifying: 3 pm-4 pm (10 pm-11 pm GMT)
- Sunday, 29 October:
- Race: 2 pm (8 pm GMT)
What’s Next in the F1 2023 Calendar?
- Round 21: Sao Paulo Grand Prix, 3-5 November
- Round 22: Las Vegas Grand Prix, 16-18 November
- Round 23: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, 24-26 November
With the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix being canceled, the 2023 F1 season will comprise 22 races within the 23 rounds.
The F1 schedule for 2023 promises thrilling races and unforgettable moments for fans worldwide. Stay tuned for more updates and gear up for an exhilarating F1 season ahead!