Mexican Grand Prix 2022 – F1 Tickets & Packages
Join us in vibrant Mexico City for one of the most spectacular and atmospheric races on the F1 calendar. Race Experience offers a wide range of Mexico Grand Prix tickets and F1 packages. From General Admission, to grandstands and the Formula 1 Paddock Club. Race Experience is the one-stop shop for a one-of-a-kind F1 adventure to the Mexican Grand Prix 2022 in Mexico City. Besides the best Mexico Grand Prix 2022 tickets, we provide the smoothest transfers, premium hotels and unprecedented access to the most thrilling sport on the planet. Order your F1 Mexico tickets online with ease and secure payment. We remain at your disposal should you require any assistance.
Mexico Grand Prix Tickets
At the top of this page you will find the ‘F1 Ticket’ tile which will lead to our ticket page. Here you will find the most up to date range of tickets for the Mexican Grand Prix 2022 in Mexico City. Besides the possibility to order F1 Mexico tickets online, you will find information about the different types of tickets available. At Race Experience, we are dedicated to provide first-class advice. Especially to those fans who have not visited the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez before. Next to recommendations for the best grandstands, you can find additional information and tips for selecting your Mexican GP tickets.
Would you like to gain exclusive access to the world of F1 and go beyond the grandstands in Mexico City? Secure one of the Mexican GP ticket packages from F1 Experiences. Next to seats in the center of the action, these packages include unique activities. For example the behind the scenes tours, pit lane walks, meet-and-greets with F1 celebrities and more.
Mexican Grand Prix Ticket Packages
Besides regular Mexico Grand Prix 2022 tickets, we strive to offer a wide range of premium ticket packages. These include unique F1 Experiences, Paddock Club access and VIP hospitality options. Why not join your favourite team in their team garage? Secure one of the F1 Team Hospitality packages for the Mexican GP and gain unique insights into the team. You will also enjoy everything that Paddock Club has to offer. Paddock Club packages include premium race views, meet-and-greets with big names in Formula 1, open bars and fine cuisine. Paddock Club packages are a perfect option for those who want to impress business relations. Also for private enthusiasts in search of the ultimate race experience. We will gladly assist with bespoke travel packages and fully arranged F1 trips to the Mexican GP for your group. Please enquire using the form above.
Mexican Grand Prix – Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit is home to the Mexican Grand Prix in Mexico City. It is named after Mexican brothers and Formula 1 drivers Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez. F1 first visited this track in 1963-1970. The second period spanned between 1986-1992. Subsequently, F1 has returned to Mexico City for a third time as from 2015. For this return, the circuit has been thoroughly renovated. The modernization has taken place under the leadership of Hermann Tilke.
More information about the track
The race track is located at more than 2,200 meters above sea level. The thin air makes for roaring Formula 1 engines. As a result, the power sources are limited in fuel supply so they do not blow. In addition, the chassis of the car plays an important role because of the many turns on a relatively short track. Hence, the Mexican Grand Prix – Mexico City is a real test for the total package of the car.
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit is only 4,304 meters long and has 17 turns. It is located in the southeastern part of Mexico City, within the boundaries of Magdalena Mixhuhca Sports City public park. Typically for the Mexican Grand Prix is that the drivers drive underneath one of the main grandstands just before the start-finish. This causes for great scenes on television, but live this is even better! The spectacular race track combined with the avid Mexican Racing fans, make this Grand Prix special. A real gem on the F1 calendar