About the circuit
The renowned Central American track will host its first World Championship event since 1992 and with important renovations that took place in 2015, we are in for an exciting circuit set up for the Mexican Grand Prix.
This anti-clockwise circuit has 14 sharp corners, 8 right and 6 left, and cars can go up to 370 km/h all down to the straight main. The last Peraltada curve of the track will remind you of the Paraboluca curve at Monza!
Due to the varying geology of the region, the track is naturally uneven, but improvements have been made for F1 in the form of asphalt being spread all around. The circuit is situated 2285 meters above sea level and this means that the thin air will give drives a tough time breathing, especially if we multiply the pressure on the cars.