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Mexico City Grand Prix 2021 F1 Race Live Stream

Get to know all about the Mexico City Grand Prix 2021 Live stream and know when and where to watch the race in your country.

The Mexico City Grand Prix 2021 (Mexican GP) Formula 1 Gran Premio De La Ciudad De México 2021 is scheduled between November 5 and November 7, 2021, and will take place at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez motorsport race track. It is 4.304 kilometers or 2.674 miles-long circuit and there will be a total of 71 laps. The Mexican GP will follow the regular race format, starting with FP 1 and FP2 sessions on Friday, November 5.

Gran Premio de Mexico 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix 2021

How to watch the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix?

Every session, from the start of FP1 to the end of the race, can be found on pay-TV broadcaster Sky Sports in the UK. A live stream of their coverage can also be accessed via Now TV.

Highlights of qualifying and the race will also be shown on free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4.

You can watch all the action live from Mexico City with F1 TV Pro. Subscribers to the official F1 app can access live data throughout the race weekend and listen to radio commentary there on race day. Hesgoal TV has provided Formula 1, NASCAR, and More races live streaming online for free, check the above link to watch the Mexican Grand Prix 2021 live stream online from anywhere.

The Mexican Grand Prix 2021 will be shown live on TV on the following outlets in other key markets:

  • Australia: Fox Sports
  • Netherlands: Ziggo Sport
  • United States: ESPN
  • France: Canal+
  • Canada: RDS (French), TSN (English)
  • Italy: Sky Sport F1
  • Germany: Sky Sport F1
  • Spain: DAZN
  • Brazil: Band
  • Japan: DAZN
The 2021 Mexican Grand Prix (officially the Mexican City GP)

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2021 Mexican Grand Prix odds

Here are Sports Bet’s latest odds on the winner of the Mexican Grand Prix:

  • Max Verstappen – 8/11
  • Lewis Hamilton – 15/8
  • Sergio Perez – 12/1
  • Valtteri Bottas – 18/1
  • Charles Leclerc – 33/1
  • Lando Norris – 40/1

Weather forecast for the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix

As is usually the case for the race in Mexico City, it looks like things will remain dry throughout the weekend, with fairly high temperatures.

  • Friday: 22°C, sunny
  • Saturday: 22°C, sunny
  • Sunday: 19°C, sunny spells

Traveling directions to the Mexican Grand Prix

For those traveling to the race by air, the nearest airport is Benito Juárez International Airport, Mexico City’s main travel hub. From there, the circuit can easily be reached by metro or taxi.

Those are also the best options for those heading to the track from the city center, with no car parking available at the circuit itself.

The track is sectioned into color-coded zones and you’ll have to enter through the correct gate to access yours, which is rather unique on the Formula 1 calendar.

Address: Av, Viad. Río de la Piedad S/n, Granjas México, Iztacalco, 08400 Iztacalco, CDMX, Mexico.

Previous winners of Mexican Grand Prix

There have been 20 Mexican Grands Prix since the first one went ahead in 1963, and 15 drivers have tasted victory there, with five doing so twice.

It has proved to be a strong circuit for British drivers with Jim Clark, Nigel Mansell, and Hamilton all managing to win there twice. Clark actually has three to his name but the first of them, in 1962, wasn’t an official championship race.

Therefore, if Lewis Hamilton wins this time around, he’ll officially become the event’s most successful driver, but the same can be said for his title rival, Verstappen, who triumphed there himself in 2017 and 2018 before Hamilton got back to winning ways in 2019.

Winners of the Mexican Grand Prix since its return are as follows:

  • 2019: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes)
  • 2018: Max Verstappen (Netherlands, Red Bull)
  • 2017: Max Verstappen (Netherlands, Red Bull)
  • 2016: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes)
  • 2015: Nico Rosberg (Germany, Mercedes)

Conclusion

That was all regarding the Mexican Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream. Last time the crowd saw Lewis Hamilton cross the chequered flag first in 2019. Will the Brit be able to replicate that again and edge closer to his eighth title or will Verstappen outpace him? watch the Mexican Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream to know more.