This event is so colourful and dynamic that it has quickly climbed on the list, giving the crowd passion and a party-like atmosphere. You'll not only witness incredible racing but also immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and traditions of Mexico. With its rich history and thrilling racing, this circuit offers an unforgettable experience.
Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, the iconic home of the F1 Mexico Grand Prix, is a racing circuit steeped in history and excitement. Located in Mexico City, this track is known for its thrilling races and passionate fans. The circuit features a challenging layout with long straights and tight corners, making it a true test of driver skill.
Viaducto Río de la Piedad S/N Iztacalco, Granjas México, Ciudad de México, C.P. 08400, México
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The journey from the historic city centre takes around 15 minutes, but you should account for traffic during the Grand Prix weekend. It is recommended to use the taxi services approved by the airport.
The closest stations are called UPIICSA and El Rodeo on Line 2 (purple).
Take Line 9 (brown) towards Pantitlán- Tacubaya, and get off at either Ciudad Deportiva or Puebla.
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Hospitality: Indulge in the Speed Lounge and VIP Terraces to experience the best with delicious food, an open bar and exclusive entertainment.
Grandstand Tickets: Enjoy spectacular views of the action with Main Grandstand, Yellow zone, Blue zone, Grey zone and Brown zone grandstands.
Enjoy the offerings of the city with our recommendations below:
Food & Beverage
- Michelada: Beer mixed with lime juice, chilli sauce, chilli powder and salt.
- Tamales: A corn-based dough mixture cooked in a corn husk or banana leaf and often filled with meat and beans.
- El Cardenal: As most people would say, it serves the best breakfast in the city. Chilaquiles, enchiladas, poached eggs in clay pots, and omelettes with ingredients you’ve probably never heard of.
- Pujol: traditional Mexican gastronomy, from unique techniques and unique spices.
- Visit one of the city’s most famous museums; the Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as “La Casa Azul”, was Frida Kahlo’s house and workshop and contains a number of her impressive masterpieces.
- Visit the Teotihuacan Temple located right outside Mexico City. This impressive temple was built by the Aztecs and is one of Mexico’s many UNESCO World Heritage sites.