What time is the 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix and how can I watch it?


Five races to go and Mexico City makes a welcome return to the calendar, its last Grand Prix having come back in 2019. Here in 2021, Lewis Hamilton trails Max Verstappen by 12 points. We know you don't want to miss a second...

Last time out Verstappen lit up the Circuit of The Americas and won the US GP for the first time, but Mercedes' Hamilton will be eager to fight back in Mexico – where he won in 2019 as Verstappen was denied a third-straight win at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. This is also Sergio Perez's home race, the Red Bull driver aiming capture the hearts of thousands of fans this weekend.

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The action begins with the first two practice sessions on Friday, November 5, and the Grand Prix itself is on Sunday, November 7. Check out what time the 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix starts where you are in the infographic below, and for more information on what time you can watch the sessions in your location, visit our MEXICO CITY GRAND PRIX RACE HUB which features a dynamic time converter giving you all the info you need.


Check out what time the Mexico City Grand Prix begins using the graphic above

How can I watch the 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix?

For details of the broadcaster in your area, click here.

You can also watch the Mexico City Grand Prix via F1 TV Pro (in selected countries only).

To view complete details of the 2021 Formula 1 schedule, click here.



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