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Where to watch the 2021 F1 Mexican Grand Prix

Formula 1 moves on to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez for the Mexican GP between November 5-7. Find out out to watch the 2021 Mexican GP in the UK, Australia and the USA with session times where you are

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After a tense race at the Circuit of the Americas, Formula 1 moves across the United States’ southern border and the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, as the battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton reaches its climax, so make sure you know where to watch all the F1 action. 

Hamilton took the led of the US Grand Prix at the first corner, but with Verstappen changing up his strategy and pitting early – and subsequently the Mercedes driver running longer – the Red Bull man held on in the final laps to take a decisive victory in Austin, thus the Dutchman extended his lead in the F1 Drivers’ Championship to 12 points.

The 2020 Mexican GP wasn’t held due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but in the 2019 race it was Hamilton who took first place ahead of the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas.

When does the Mexican GP take place? 

There will be a settled Formula 1 weekend at the the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez for the 2021 Mexican GP. Friday will play host to two one-hour practice sessions. Saturday will then see another 60 minute practice session, before qualifying later in the afternoon which will determine the starting grid. Sunday is then designated for the race as is standard in F1.

The full detailed schedule for the 2021 Mexican GP is as follows

DateSessionUK Time (GMT)US Time (EDT)
Friday, November 5Practice 117:30-18:3013:30-14:30
Friday, November 5Practice 221:00-22:0017:00-18:00
Saturday, November 6Practice 317:00-18:0013:00-14:00
Saturday, November 6Qualifying20:00-21:0016:00-17:00
Sunday, November 7Race (71 Laps)19:00-21:0014:00-16:00

Where can you watch the Mexican GP in the UK? 

In the UK, coverage of the 2021 Mexican GP will be provided by Sky Sports F1 with every single session being shown live as it happens from the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City. For the race itself, you can join David Croft and Martin Brundle on commentary. 

Channel 4 will be showing highlights of both qualifying and the race coverage of Saturday’s qualifying being shown at 8:30am GMT on Sunday morning and highlights of the race itself at 11:35pm GMT on Sunday evening. Alex Jacques, David Coulthard, Billy Monger and Lawrence Barretto will provide coverage of both qualifying and the race. You can also watch race highlights on Channel 4’s All 4 on streaming service.

You can follow live radio coverage of the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix on BBC Radio 5 Live. Commentary from Jack Nicholls and Jennie Gow, plus ex-F1 driver Jolyon Palmer starts at 18:45 GMT. 

Where can you watch the Mexican GP in the USA? 

ESPN will carry live coverage of every session from the 2021 Mexican GP which is available to subscribers. You can watch both Friday’s practice sessions on ESPN2. Saturday’s Practice 3 will be broadcast on ESPNEWS, as will qualifying, with the race on Sunday being broadcast on ABC

ESPN Deportes will also have Spanish language coverage of the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix for viewers in the United States. 

Where can you watch the Mexican GP in Australia? 

In Australia, every session from the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix will be shown though Fox Sports which is available via Foxtel. Highlights can be found on Channel 10 on Monday morning after the Mexican GP. Every session will also be streamed live as it happens from COTA via Kayo Sports

DateSessionAus. Time (AEDT)
Saturday, November 6Practice 104:30-05:30
Saturday, November 6Practice 208:00-09:00
Sunday, November 7Practice 304:00-05:00
Sunday, November 7Qualifying07:00-08:00
Monday, November 8Race (71 Laps)06:00-08:00

F1 Driver Standings ahead of the Mexican GP?

After an eventful end to the race at the Circuit of the Americas, Hamilton lost more ground in the F1 Drivers’ Standings to Verstappen after the Dutchman won in Austin. Can Hamilton close the cap in Mexico?

Pos.DriverTeamPoints
1Max VerstappenRed Bull284
2Sergio PerezRed Bull191
3Charles LeclercFerrari186
4Carlos SainzFerrari171
5George RussellMercedes170
6Lewis HamiltonMercedes146
7Lando NorrisMcLaren76
8Esteban OconAlpine64
9Fernando AlonsoAlpine51
10Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo46
11Kevin MagnussenHaas22
12Sebastian VettelAston Martin20
13Daniel RicciardoMcLaren19
14Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri18
15Mick SchumacherHaas12
16Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri11
17Guanyu ZhouAlfa Romeo5
18Alex AlbonWilliams4
19Lance StrollAston Martin4
20Nicholas LatifiWilliams0
21Nico HulkenbergAston Martin0

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