After the weekend in Austin it’s time for the Grand Prix in Mexico. Since 2014, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City has been another stop on the Formula 1 calendar, and Max Verstappen is the one who has managed to achieve the most victories on Mexican soil since the return of the race. Last weekend was a fast weekend, but in Mexico we are once again dealing with the traditional format.
The United States Grand Prix was once again Verstappen’s prey. The Dutchman did not go higher than sixth during qualifying, although the speed was certainly present in the RB19 car. It was a matter of track limitations, and the Austrian team also had difficulty with the limited practice time. Although the Dutchman had to start the catch-up race, he was able to win the main race on Sunday. Lewis Hamilton crossed the line in second place, but his car was disqualified. As a result, Lando Norris eventually became second in the race and Carlos Sainz gained fifteen points to finish third.
This weekend, the Formula 1 championship will be held only at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. The live sports streaming service itself, F1 TV, has the following schedule.
|Friday 27 October||00:30||Warm up on the weekend|
|Friday 27 October||8:30 pm||The first practice is free|
|Saturday 28 October||12 o’clock||Second free practice|
|Saturday 28 October||7:30 pm||Third free practice|
|Saturday 28 October||10:30 pm||Qualification inspection|
|Saturday 28 October||11:00 pm||Eligible|
|Sunday 29 October||00:05||Review qualifications|
|Sunday 29 October||20:00||Race preview|
|Sunday 29 October||9:00 pm||Grand Prix of Mexico|
|Sunday 29 October||11:00 pm||Race review|
The Dutch Formula 1 rights holder clearly has a plan too. Session times are of course the same as with F1 TV, but the Swedish streaming service offers slightly different content to its counterpart in the same sport. The full programming can be seen in the table below this text.
|Friday 27 October||8:20 pm||The first practice is free|
|Friday 27 October||9:35 pm||Formula 1 Studio: Mexico Extortion|
|Friday 27 October||11:50 pm||Second free practice|
|Saturday 28 October||7:20 pm||Third free practice|
|Saturday 28 October||10:25 pm||Eligible|
|Sunday 29 October||7:55 pm||Grand Prix of Mexico|
The former Formula 1 rights holder in the Netherlands will also pay due attention to the first layer.
|Friday 27 October||11:00 pm||Ziggo Sports Race Cafe|
|Sunday 29 October||00:30||
Formula 1: Mexican Grand Prix qualifying (recap)
|Sunday 29 October||20:00||
Ziggo Sport Race Café: Preview
|Sunday 29 October||11:00 pm||
Ziggo Sport Race Café: Afterthought
The public broadcaster will also focus on all the Formula 1 action on Sunday and will discuss the race in Mexico at 11:22pm on NPO Channel 1.
|Sunday 29 October||11:22 pm||NOS Formula 1: Mexican Grand Prix|
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