he second half of a double header completes Formula One’s time in North America this season with today’s Mexico City Grand Prix.
It may have been a familiar result in Austin last weekend, but there was plenty of entertainment as Max Verstappen scored his 13th victory of 2022, closing out the Red Bull Constructors’ Championship in the process.
Second place from Lewis Hamilton and a decent performance from Ferrari, including pole position from Carlos Sainz before being sent off by George Russell on the first lap, should mean plenty of competition at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
However, Verstappen has won three of the last four at the Mexican altitude and will be the favorite to do so again.
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When is the Mexico City Grand Prix?
The F1 Mexico City Grand Prix takes place today, Sunday, October 30, 2022.
What time is the Mexico City Grand Prix?
The weekend’s program started with the first practices, led by Carlos Sainz, and FP2 focused mainly on testing next year’s Pirelli tyres.
Saturday featured the final practice at 6:00pm, which was beaten by George Russell, and a qualifying session at 9:00pm in which Russell lost to Verstappen.
The 71-lap race takes place today at 8pm BST.
How can I watch the Mexico City Grand Prix?
Television channel: In the UK, the race will be broadcast live on Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event. Grand Prix Sunday coverage begins at 6:30pm in F1 before the race starts at 8:00pm BST.
Free highlights will be available to view on Channel 4 at 1:05am
Live broadcast: Sky Sports subscribers can also stream the race action live online via the SkyGo app.
LIVE Blog: You can also follow the race live with the Standard Sport live blog.
Who is in pole position for the Mexico City Grand Prix?
Max Verstappen took pole position for Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix after beating George Russell and Lewis Hamilton for the top spot.
A day after his Red Bull team was fined £6m for breaching Formula One’s financial rules, Verstappen put in a superb lap in the breathless air of Mexico City to take the qualifying spoils.
Russell finished second, 0.304sec behind Verstappen, with Hamilton a further 0.309sec back.
Grid positions for the entire Mexican Grand Prix
1. Max Verstappen, Netherlands, 1 minute, 17.775 seconds.
2. George Russell, Great Britain, 1:18.079.
3. Lewis Hamilton, Great Britain, 1:18.084.
4. Sergio Perez, Mexico, 1:18.128.
5. Carlos Sainz Jr, Spain, 1:18.351.
6. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, 1:18.401.
7. Charles Leclerc, Monaco, 1:18.555.
8. Lando Norris, Great Britain, 1:18.721.
9. Fernando Alonso, Spain, 1:18.939.
10. Esteban Ocon, France, 1:19.010.
Deleted after the second session
11. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, 1:19.325.
12. Guanyu Zhou, China, 1:19.476.
13. Yuki Tsunoda, Japan, 1:19,589.
14. Pierre Gasly, France, 1:19.672.
15. Kevin Magnussen, Denmark, 1:19.833.
Deleted after the first session
16. Mick Schumacher, Germany, 1:20.419.
17. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, 1:20.419.
18. Lance Stroll, Canada, 1:20.520.
19. Alexander Albon, Thailand, 1:20,859.
20. Nicholas Latifi, Canada, 1:21.167.