Mexico returns to the F1 calendar after an absence of 23 years, it returns. All of the drivers on the current grid have never raced at Mexico so this be their first time.
The last Mexican grand prix was held in 1992 and was won by Nigel Mansell.
The revised circuit in Mexico City, Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, has 17 corners, 3 corners more than the 1992 circuit.
Force India driver, Sergio Perez will be the only the 3rd Mexican to start their home grand prix. He is looking forward to the whole weekend.
As we saw in Austin, Hurricane Patricia was close by which presented rain and thunderstorms nearly all weekend and it looks like rain is predicted over the weekend.
Lewis Hamilton clinched his third world championship in Austin to the help of his 10th win of the season. With three races to go can he equal Sebastian Vettel’s 2013 win tally of 13th victories?
Lotus reserve driver and last week confirmed 2016 driver, Joloyn Palmer was the only reserve drivers participating in practise 1.
The race will have over 71 racing laps with the Soft and Medium tyre being avaliable over the weekend and looks to provide a lot of entertainment.