The F1 continues on the ‘tour’ of the Americas from North to South. After the United States Grand Prix staged in Austin, Texas at the Circuit of the Americas, the Circus is lowered by several degrees of latitude to make a stop in Mexico for the 20th and third last round of the 2022 season.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull have already posted their respective titles, but the home idol Sergio Perez he will be very motivated and will be hunting for his third seasonal success, the first in front of his audience. The Mexican driver has introduced a new heat engine to the United States like Charles Leclerc, who will try to break a fast of victories for him and for Ferrari that has lasted since July. Obviously Lewis Hamilton’s weekend is also to be followed, desperately looking for his first victory in 2022 to avoid interrupting a statistic that has always seen him win at least one race in every year he has raced in F1.
The event will be broadcast live on Sky Sport F1 and slightly deferred in the light of the evening hours on TV8. On FormulaPassion.it as always you will find the direct written report of each session, free practice included. On the night between Saturday and Sunday, daylight saving time is set in both Europe and Mexico, so there will be no further differences compared to the seven-hour difference between Rome and Mexico City. Below are the details of the television programmingthe characteristics of the circuit and the roll of honor of the Mexican Grand Prix.
Mexican Grand Prix 2022, the program and the TV schedules
Friday 28th October
20:00 Free Practice 1 (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
23:00 Free Practice 2 (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
Saturday 29 October
19:00 Free Practice 3 (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
22:00 Qualifying (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
Sunday 30th October
21:00 Race (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
Times on TV8
Qualifying will be delayed on Saturday 29 October at 11.30pm
Race on Sunday 30 October delayed at 22:00
F1 GP Mexico circuit
Route: 4,304 km
DRS zones: 3
Track record: 1’14 ″ 774 (signed by Valtteri Bottas in qualifying in 2021)
Race distance: 305.354 km
Roll of honor at the Mexican Grand Prix