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[Round 1] Mexico City E-PRIX 14 Jan 2023

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

Created for the arrival of Formula E in 2016, the track makes use of the legendary Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit. With race-ready surface and long corners, Mexico City is not only one of the fastest tracks on the calendar, it's also the highest at 2,250m above sea level. The track layout for the Mexico City E-PRIX features a mix of long and fast straights and a technical infield section through the legendary Foro Sol stadium. Starting on the traditional start/finish straight, the Formula E grid will shoot down into turn one - home to some brave late-braking manoeuvres. After a long and fast Turn 2, the pack will make their way around Turn 3, which breaks off left into a four turn sequence. Looping back around a hairpin, Turns 6 and 7 get technical, with a straight and sharp right-hand bend leading into new chicane complex for a quick blast into the legendary Foro Sol stadium section. Leaving the stadium the drivers will then jostle for position out of the iconic Peraltada curve in the run to the finish line.

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

The Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez (the Rodriguez Brothers' Race Track), located east of Mexico City, Mexico, is named in honor of famous Mexican racing drivers and brothers, Pedro and Ricardo Rodriguez. Due to the nature of Mexico City's topography, the track surface is rough, and the circuit is located 2,250m above sea level.

  • Length

    2.63 km

  • Turns