Mexican Grand Prix 2015
Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo poses with a Mariachi band ahead of the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix Getty

The F1 juggernaut rolls into the Autodromo Hermano Rodriguez for the first time since 1992, with Lewis Hamilton arriving as the newly-crowned 2015 Drivers' champion. There is little significance in both the championships after it was wrapped up in Austin Texas. The Constructors' crown was clinched by Mercedes in Russia at the Sochi Autodrome.

The Mexican circuit, however, will grab all the attention as it is a first for all the drivers on the grid. The organisers have claimed it to be the second fastest F1 track on the calendar and the layout will back that up with the two long straights that will act as the DRS zones during the race.
Like the Circuit of the Americas, the weekend could be disrupted by thunderstorms and rain is expected for both Saturday's qualifying session and the race on Sunday.

Where to watch live

The first practice session of the Mexican Grand Prix starts at 4pm GMT (Friday), with Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports F1 HD providing live coverage in the UK.

Real-time internet updates are available on the Live Timing section of the sport's official website. Live coverage of the second practice session starts at 8pm GMT.

Track Facts

  • Circuit name: Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
  • First F1 Race: 1963
  • Circuit length: 4.304km
  • Number of laps: 71
  • Race distance: 305.354km
  • Lap record: N/A
  • Most wins: Mansell, Prost, Clark (2)
  • 1992 winner: Nigel Mansell (Williams – Renault)
  • 1992 pole: Nigel Mansell (Williams – Renault)

Drivers' Championship review

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton crowned 2015 Drivers' world Champion at the United States Grand Prix.

The battle for the second place in the drivers' championship will be the battle to focus on between Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel (251 points) and Mercedes' Nico Rosberg (247 points).

Constructors' Championship review

Mercedes F1 Motorsport team were crowned the 2015 Constructors' champions at the Russian Grand Prix.

With three races to go, Ferrari look comfortable in the second place as the Williams team are guaranteed the third spot. Red Bull Racing (150 points) could come under slight pressure from Force India (102 points), who are one of the form teams at the moment. Lotus (70 points) will be on the lookout for Toro Rosso (63 points), who will try and make a move for the sixth place in the championship.