Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix
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Gran Premio de México
The Mexican Grand Prix was first held on 4 November 1962 at the Magdalena Mixhuca circuit. The circuit was the first international racetrack in Mexico and was built within a park in the center part of capital city of Mexico City. The race provided rare challenges racing at high-altitude (7,000 feet above sea level) and the challenge of the large, 180 degree, lightly banked and fast Peraltada corner that finishes the lap, in addition to being a bumpy racetrack from actively shifting soils beneath the circuit.
Mexico hosted official F1 racing for eight years between 1963 and 1970. The race was taken off the calendar for 15 years before returning in 1986.
The race will be run at a refurbished 4.421-kilometre Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico City.
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Distance to the circuit: 11.3 km (7.02 miles)
Distance to the circuit: 19.2 km (11.93 miles)
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