After delighting us with the United States Grand Prix, the focus of Formula 1 moves a few kilometers to the south, as the championship arrives this weekend at the Mexican GP, which will be held on the circuit of Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez from Mexico City. Max Verstappen, who leads this year’s F1 standings with 466 points, will once again be the favorite to win the race, having already secured the world title. On the other hand, for the Spanish drivers, Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz, this event on the asphalt will be a great opportunity to give, once again, the best version of themselves.
The Dutchman (Red Bull) arrives in Mexico after achieving in the circuit of Austin his 15th victory of the yearequaling his record in one year and still having four opportunities to surpass it.
(Formula 1 World Cup Classification)
As for Fernando Alonso, the Asturian driver could not finish in Austin, but maintains fourth place in the championship behind the two Red Bulls and Lewis Hamilton. The one of Aston Martin He continues with hopes of achieving his 33rd victory, which eludes him.
Carlos Sainz, for his part, continues in fifth place in the Formula One World Championship after finishing in podium this past Sunday. In this way, the Ferrari driver focuses on thinking about this Sunday’s race.
(F1 season schedule)
Where to watch Formula 1 races
Once again, those in charge of broadcasting Formula 1 in Spain are Dazn and Movistar+, which share broadcast. In principle, none of the grand prizes can be seen openly.
If you don’t have access to these options, you can always follow the races live on our live broadcast.
What time are the Formula 1 races?
In this 2023 season, Most European races will be held on Sundays at 3:00 p.m., as happened in the 2022 season, although the time slot will vary depending on the corner of the planet in which they are played. And the ‘Great Circus’ will visit four of the five continents in 2023: Europe, Asia, America and Oceania