Mexico is much more than Mariachi Bands, tacos and drug lords…

In reality, Mexico is a culturally diverse nation with an amazingly complex history. It’s a beautiful country, that should be on everyone’s must travel list. Mexico City is the host of the Mexican Grand Prix at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. The city often flies under the radar as much of the tourism in country is located on the coast at the many luxury beach resorts.

Let’s take a look at the famous Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez!

Quick Facts – Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

  • First Grand Prix – 1963
  • Circuit Length – 4.304 km (2.674 miles)
  • Location – Mexico City, Mexico

Design and History at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

Located in the Magdalena Mixhuca public park in Mexico City, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez original design comes from a thesis written by student Oscar Fernandez in 1953. That must have been a great University thesis! The racetrack underwent significant renovations by Hermann Tilke in 2015.

Photo of race day in Mexico City.
Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

Turn 17 is an extremely fast corner called the “Peraltada” and iconic esses between turns 7 and 13. At turn 13, the finish is surrounded by huge grandstands called the Foro Sol. There’s nothing like the Foro Sol anywhere else in Formula 1.

Why should you travel to Mexico?

Mexico City is a fantastic modern cosmopolitan city, which makes it a great destination for a Formula 1 Grand Prix trip. The City is known for its important Aztec history, which can be explored at the floating gardens of the Xochimilco area and the well over 100 museums, including the Anthropology Museum. Mexico City is one of the oldest cities in North America and is home to traditional Mexican culture and spicy food.

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City, Mexico Photo: Charles Coates/Williams

Grandstands & Hospitality

The atmosphere at the Foro Sol is absolutely incredible. You will have an amazing vantage point to peer into the cockpits of the Formula 1 cars. It’s similar to attending a wild South American futbol game! Luxury hospitality options also available. Mexico goes above and beyond for it’s Grand Prix!

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