For the revival of the Mexican Grand Prix in 2015, the “Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez” underwent several changes following rebuilding since 1992. With an altitude of about 2,300 metres above sea level, the Mexican Grand Prix is the Formula One race held at the highest altitude. This altitude has an influence on the power output of the hybrid turbo engines due to the lack of oxygen. The most impressive section is between corners 12 and 16 – where the drivers feel like they are in a football stadium
Follow us for the latest updates and results from the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez as the first practice session ahead of the 2017 Mexican Grand Prix is about to get underway, with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen at the wheel of the SF70H.