LEWIS HAMILTON heads to Mexico on the verge of a fifth F1 World Drivers’ Championship.
The Brit won the world title in the country last year and will do so again if he secures a seventh placed finish or Sebastian Vettel fails to win the race.
When is the Mexican Grand Prix?
The Mexican Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, October 28.
It will commence at 7.10pm – 1.10pm local time.
Before that, Friday practices were held at 4pm and 8pm on October 26 and qualifying took place at 7pm on Saturday, October 27.
What TV channel is the Mexican Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?
The Mexican Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports F1.
Race day coverage will commence at 5.30pm, one hour and 40 minutes before the start.
To stream the race live, sign up to Now TV for £7.99.
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What circuit is the Mexican Grand Prix held at?
The Mexican Grand Prix will be held at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City.
It was introduced as a non-championship event in 1962 before becoming part of the calendar in 1963-70 and again in 1986-92.
The race was reintroduced for the third time in 2015.
Drivers will race 71 laps at the circuit.