The 18th stop on this year’s Formula One world tour is Mexico City’s Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, for the Mexico GP. Runaway leader Lewis Hamilton wrapped up the Championship here last year, and history could repeat itself this weekend. However, the Brit will want to celebrate in slightly better style this time out. He finished fourth in Mexico 12 months ago, but a podium finish would feel that little bit sweeter.
Our guide explains how to catch this weekend’s Mexico GP action, including channels and UK times for practice races, qualifying and, of course, the main event. Plus, how to live stream everything, no matter where in the world you are.
Mexico GP Schedule – What time is the F1 on TV?
Here’s this weekend’s Mexico GP race schedule:
Friday, October 25
- 3:45pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Practice One build-up
- 4pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Practice One
- 7:45pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Practice Two build-up
- 8pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Practice Two
Saturday, October 26
- 3:45pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Practice Three build-up
- 4pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Practice Three
- 6pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Qualifying build-up
- 7pm BST − Mexico Grand Prix Qualifying
- 8:30pm BST − The F1 Show
Sunday, October 27
- 5:30pm GMT − Mexico Grand Prix Pit Lane
- 6:30pm GMT − Mexico Grand Prix On the Grid
- 7:10pm GMT − MEXICO GP
- 9pm GMT − Mexico Grand Prix Paddock
- 10:30pm GMT − Mexico Grand Prix highlights
Mexico GP – TV channel and live stream details
If you’re a Sky subscriber, you can tune in on Sky Sports F1, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky One. You can also watch the action unfold by using the Sky Go mobile app, at no additional charge. Here are some quick-links to help you:
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If you’re not a Sky customer, but desperately don’t want to miss this weekend’s action, you can pick up a Now TV Sports Pass, which will set you back either £9.99 (for a Day Pass), £14.99 (for a Week Pass). The Week Pass is obviously the best value for F1 fanatics, especially if you’ve got a free schedule on both Saturday and Sunday.
Best Now TV Sky Sports Deals
Only fancy diving into a match or two but don't want a season pass? Now TV's Sky Sports Day Pass has got you covered, and won't cost you more than a tenner.
Sometimes a day pass just isn't enough, especially when a tournament kicks off. Now TV's Sky Sports week pass offers fantastic value for money, costing less than two day passes.
If you're looking to catch every race in this year's F1, then Now TV's Sky Sports Season Pass is the only way to go. Getting you nine months of Sky Sports at £107.91 less than if you paid a month-to-month subscription.
To catch Channel 4’s highlights from 11pm on Sunday, you’ll need to head to the normal broadcast channel or the All 4 website linked below for an on-demand service:
- Watch: Channel 4 online
Alternatively, you can watch the action using the All 4 mobile app: