Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez - Mexico


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Circuit Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico has hosted 24 Grands Prix between 1963 and 2024.

With 5 wins Max Verstappen is the most succesful driver at this track. Constructor Red Bull does best with a total of 5 victories at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.

The pole position record at this track belongs to Jim Clark with 4 poles

statistics / stats

Max Verstappen (5 wins)
Nigel Mansell (2 wins)
Alain Prost (2 wins)
Red Bull (5 wins)
Williams (3 wins)
Mercedes (3 wins)
10x (41.7%)

about Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez

The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is a 4.304 km (2.674 mi) motorsport race track in Mexico City, Mexico, named after the racing drivers Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez. The circuit got its name shortly after it opened when Ricardo Rodríguez died in practice for the non-Championship 1962 Mexican Grand Prix. Ricardo's brother Pedro also lost his life behind the wheel nine years later. Since 2015 the track once again is a host of the Formula One Mexican Grand Prix, an event it previously hosted in two separarate time periods on a different layout, the last occasion of which was in 1992.

The circuit is located within the public park of the Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City in southeast Mexico City. The circuit is owned by the Government of the City, but is currently operated under concession by Corporación Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE) through OCESA, one of CIE's subsidiaries. CIE also organizes the NASCAR and Desafío Coron races in this circuit and rents the circuits to other parties, including race organizers, automobile clubs and track amateurs for fees that are controversial due to their disproportionately high amounts compared to other ex-F1 courses.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series started racing at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in the 2005 season and ended in the 2008 season. Martin Truex Jr. won the race in 2005, and Denny Hamlin won in 2006. For the 2007 race, the chicane was removed to increase passing opportunities down the front straight and into turn 1, and Juan Pablo Montoya from Bogotá, Colombia, won the race. Kyle Busch was the winner of the race in 2008.

The A1 Grand Prix series started racing at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in the 2006–07 season using the full-track configuration used by Formula One. Alex Yoong from Malaysia won the sprint race and Oliver Jarvis from the United Kingdom won the feature race. In the 2007–08 season, Jonny Reid from New Zealand won the sprint race and Adam Carroll of Team Ireland won the feature race.

source: Wikipedia


events & winners

# event winner pole position
24 2024 Mexico City Grand Prix 27 October
23 2023 Mexico City Grand Prix 29 October Max Verstappen Red Bull 2:02:30.814 Charles Leclerc Ferrari
22 2022 Mexico City Grand Prix 30 October Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:38:36.729 Max Verstappen Red Bull
21 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix 7 November Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:38:39.086 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes
20 2019 Mexican Grand Prix 27 October Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:36:48.904 Charles Leclerc Ferrari
19 2018 Mexican Grand Prix 28 October Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:38:28.851 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull
18 2017 Mexican Grand Prix 29 October Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:36:26.552 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari
17 2016 Mexican Grand Prix 30 October Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:40:31.402 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
16 2015 Mexican Grand Prix 1 November Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1:42:35.038 Nico Rosberg Mercedes
15 1992 Mexican Grand Prix 22 March Nigel Mansell Williams 1:31:53.587 Nigel Mansell Williams
14 1991 Mexican Grand Prix 16 June Riccardo Patrese Williams 1:29:52.205 Riccardo Patrese Williams
13 1990 Mexican Grand Prix 24 June Alain Prost Ferrari 1:32:35.783 Gerhard Berger McLaren
12 1989 Mexican Grand Prix 28 May Ayrton Senna McLaren 1:35:21.431 Ayrton Senna McLaren
11 1988 Mexican Grand Prix 29 May Alain Prost McLaren 1:30:15.737 Ayrton Senna McLaren
10 1987 Mexican Grand Prix 18 October Nigel Mansell Williams 1:26:24.207 Nigel Mansell Williams
9 1986 Mexican Grand Prix 12 October Gerhard Berger Benetton 1:33:18.700 Ayrton Senna Team Lotus
8 1970 Mexican Grand Prix 25 October Jacky Ickx Ferrari 1:53:28.3 Clay Regazzoni Ferrari
7 1969 Mexican Grand Prix 19 October Denny Hulme McLaren-Ford 1:54:08.80 Jack Brabham Brabham-Ford
6 1968 Mexican Grand Prix 3 November Graham Hill Lotus-Ford 1:56:43.95 Jo Siffert Lotus-Ford
5 1967 Mexican Grand Prix 22 October Jim Clark Lotus-Ford 1:59:28.70 Jim Clark Lotus-Ford
4 1966 Mexican Grand Prix 23 October John Surtees Cooper-Maserati 2:06:35.34 John Surtees Cooper-Maserati
3 1965 Mexican Grand Prix 24 October Richie Ginther Honda 2:08:32.10 Jim Clark Lotus-Climax
2 1964 Mexican Grand Prix 25 October Dan Gurney Brabham-Climax 2:09:50.32 Jim Clark Lotus-Climax
1 1963 Mexican Grand Prix 27 October Jim Clark Lotus-Climax 2:09:52.1 Jim Clark Lotus-Climax


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