What time is the 2022 Mexico City Grand Prix and how can I watch it?


Formula 1 heads to Mexico this weekend for the second of two back-to-back races, with Red Bull looking to close out the season in style, fresh from sealing the constructors’ title last time out in Austin.

Last year’s race saw Max Verstappen take victory ahead of Lewis Hamilton and team mate Sergio Perez – in what was the Dutch driver's third victory in Mexico. Hamilton is the only other driver on the grid to win in Mexico City – having won the event twice.

On Friday, the action will get under way with FP1 and FP2 – second practice being extended from 60 to 90 minutes to allow for some extra testing of Pirelli’s 2023 tyre compounds. Saturday will feature FP3 and qualifying, before the Mexico City Grand Prix itself on Sunday.

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Check out what time the 2022 Mexico City Grand Prix starts where you are in the infographic below. 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 to give you all the info you need.


Check out what time the 2022 Mexico City Grand Prix starts with our infographic

How can I watch the 2022 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 the 2022 F1 calendar, click here.



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