Mexico Grand Prix
Mexican Grand Prix
Built over fifty years ago, in a park close to the center of Mexico City, the Magdalena Mixhuca circuit held its first Grand Prix in 1962.
It was renamed in 1982 to Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, after the famous Mexican Rodriguez brothers who raced there. A new Grand Prix venue always provides a fresh challenge, but with limited running during Friday practice high track temperatures on race day and an extreme altitude of over 2,000 metres, there were some unforeseen challenges to deal with last year.
Mexico has a history of some six drivers racing in Formula 1. Pedro and Ricardo Rodriguez were the most famous with both driving for Ferrari during their careers. Sergio Pérez and Esteban Gutiérrez are currently competitive F1 drivers and both have a large following in Mexico. Sergio is in his fouth year of F1 and is now considered a top driver having competed for Sauber, McLaren and Force India.
Mexican Grand Prix Offers:
The atmosphere, passion, and nationalistic pride following Sergio Perez in the competitive Force India Mercedes will add so much to this race. Not to mention our 4 star hotel in the Marquis Reforma area, steps away from nighlife, restaurants and shopping make this a weekend not to be missed.
All prices are quoted in U.S. dollars, per person based on double occupancy.