The Mexican Grand Prix is a motor racing event held at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City. Check out Mexico gp qualifying results.
F1 Mexico Grand Prix : 2022 | qualifying results | time
The Mexican Grand Prix was first held on 4 November 1962 at the Magdalena Mixhuca circuit.
|Number of times held||22|
|Most wins (drivers)|| Jim Clark
Max Verstappen (3)
|Most wins (constructors)||Lotus (4)|
|Circuit length||4.304 km (2.674 miles)|
|Race length||305.354 km (189.738 miles)|
The circuit was the first international racetrack in Mexico and like Monza in Milan, Italy it was built within a park in the center part of a major city, in this case the Mexican capital of Mexico City.
The race provided unique challenges for racing, standing at 2,240m (7,340 ft) above sea level, as well as the long, 180-degree, lightly banked and fast Peraltada corner that finishes the lap, in addition to being a bumpy racetrack from actively shifting soils beneath the circuit.
The Mexican Grand Prix of this period was always the season finale Grand Prix, held in late October.
F1 Mexico Grand Prix 2022
The key to this strategy is having two sets of medium tyres available – something Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari, Williams and Haas all have – allowing them to run two stints on this compound as it’s deemed the best race tyre.
A run of over 800 metres from pole position to the braking zone for Turn 1 makes the launch off the line particularly crucial, and is likely to see many of the above teams opting for the soft compound to try and either protect their position or gain places.
The first pit window would then be between Lap 16 and Lap 22, switching to mediums until between Lap 42 and 48, and then another set of mediums to the end of the race.
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The event will take place on October 30th, 2022, Sunday.
Mexico gp qualifying results
Fernando Alonso finished ninth, Esteban Ocon finished tenth, and Daniel Ricciardo finished eleventh, just missing out on the championship for McLaren against Alpine in qualifying.
However, things got worse for Ferrari as Carlos Sainz qualified in fifth and Charles Leclerc dropped to seventh after being out-qualified by Valtteri Bottas of Alfa Romeo.
Owing to an electrical issue with his Red Bull F1 car, home hero Sergio Perez struggled in qualifying and could only manage fourth place.
Lewis Hamilton, who is also the current F1 world champion, held off challenges from both Mercedes drivers to win pole position by 0.304 seconds over George Russell. Lewis Hamilton finished third, with 0.005 seconds behind his teammate.
Mexico gp time
The event will take place on October 30th, 2022 on Sunday. The event will start at 8:00 pm GMT & 2:00 local time.