F1 Mexico City Grand Prix Preview, How to watch, TV Channel, Race Schedule and more

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Even though all of the trophies have been won, we will still watch the live stream of the 2022 F1 Mexico City Grand Prix this weekend because there is still a lot more to play for at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez track.
Mexico’s Formula One race is consistently one of the most popular and well-attended events of the year, and it has appeared on the Formula One calendar on multiple occasions.

In 2021, Sergio Perez made history by becoming the first Mexican Driver to finish on the podium in his home country. The dates October 28-30, 2022, have been selected for the Grand Prix of Mexico City.

The following is a rundown of the various ways in which spectators will be able to follow the action of this weekend’s Formula One Mexico City Grand Prix from the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

How to watch the live stream of the 2022 F1 Mexico City Grand Prix

Live coverage of the Formula One Mexico City Grand Prix will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC, with the race being distributed across the various ESPN channels over the event’s three days. You are able to watch live streams of Formula One from any location.

F1 Mexico City Grand Prix TV Channel

  • Fox Sports
  • Sky Sports F1
  • TSN

F1 Mexico City Grand Prix Preview

Prepare yourself for some incredible racing, as well as some controversy off the track. The Formula One championship travels to Mexico for the Grand Prix weekend, which is sure to generate much discussion.

In their most recent race, which took place at the American Grand Prix, Max Verstappen once again won spectacularly, helping Red Bull clinch the constructors’ championship to go along with the Driver’s championship the Dutchman had already won.

Even though Max Verstappen has clinched the Driver’s title and his Red Bull team has resolved the Constructor’s title, the second place for Drivers is still up for grabs. Verstappen is looking to set a record with his 14th victory. His Red Bull team also clinched the Constructor’s title in Austin. Sergio Perez, who drives for Max’s team, is currently in third place in the overall standings and is closing in on the lead held by Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc. There is only a two-point gap between them.

In addition, in Mexico City, Perez will have the support of his home crowd, who will cheer for him to come out on top of the podium (which he made last year). However, where exactly will he sit? In the previous season, he finished third overall, behind only Lewis Hamilton (who placed second last week in Austin).

This brings us to yet another plot point that will carry over into this week. Even though he came close to winning the race last week, Hamilton had yet to be victorious in a race so far in 2018. Will he figure out where he needs to go over the weekend?

F1 Mexico City Grand Prix Weekend Schedule

  • The 28th of October, Friday
  • Free Practice 1 – 1:00 pm Local Time / 7:00 pm
  • Free Practice 2 – 4:00 pm Local Time / 10:00 pm UK Time
  • The 29th of October, Saturday
  • Unrestricted Practice 3 – 12:00 pm Local Time / 6:00 pm UK Time 
  • Qualifying will begin at 3:00 pm Local Time / 9:00 pm UK Time
  • On the 30th of October, on a Sunday
  • The Mexico City Grand Prix will begin at 2:00 p.m. in 2022. It is currently 8:00 pm in the UK.

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