F1 Mexico Grand Prix 2023: Start time, stream, TV channel, full schedule as Hamilton looks to bounce back from DQ in USA | The SunOctober 29, 2023
LEWIS HAMILTON cannot afford another disqualification at the Mexico GP as he is running out of time to snatch second spot from Sergio Perez on the F1 leaderboards – and the action unfolds TODAY!
The British mogul went past the USA GP chequered flag in second place behind 2023 title winner Max Verstappen.
But Hamilton was stripped of his podium finish after failing a post-race inspection due to the minimum thickness of the titanium skidblock or planks that run along the centre of the floor on the car.
And as a result, it saw Sergio Perez open up the gap in second place by a further 12 points.
Furthermore, Hamilton starts one place behind Perez on the grid after finishing sixth in the Mexico qualifying.
When is the F1 Mexico Grand Prix 2023?
- The F1 Mexico Grand Prix is scheduled to take place TODAY – Sunday, October 29.
- It is expected to get underway from 8pm BST – 1pm local time.
- Autodrom Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, Mexico is the allocated track for this and it can host a staggering 110,000 spectators.
- Max Verstappen set a most-wins record in F1 during the 2022 edition.
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What TV channel is the F1 Mexico Grand Prix 2023 on and can it be live streamed?
- The Mexico Grand Prix will be broadcast LIVE on Sky Sports F1.
- Subscription members of Sky Sports can stream the entire action on the Sky Go app or Sky Sports website.
- The race will also be available to NOW TV users via all mobile devices and tablets.
- Alternatively, SunSport will have lap-by-lap coverage of the whole race including podium reaction.
Friday, October 27
- Practice One – 7:30pm BST
- Practice Two – 11pm BST
Saturday, October 28
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- Practice Three – 6:30pm BST
- Qualifying – 10pm BST
Sunday, October 29
- Race – 8pm BST
Complete F1 2023 race calendar – details on every Grand Prix this year
Here are the current F1 Driver standings:
- Max Verstappen / Red Bull Racing / 466
- Sergio Perez / Red Bull Racing / 240
- Lewis Hamilton / Mercedes / 201
- Fernando Alonso / Aston Martin / 183
- Carlos Sainz / Ferrari / 171
- Lando Norris / McLaren / 159
- Charles Leclerc / Ferrari / 151
- George Russell / Mercedes / 143
- Oscar Piastri / McLaren / 83
- Pierre Gasly / Alpine / 56
- Lance Stroll / Aston Martin / 53
- Esteban Ocon / Alpine / 44
- Alexander Albon / Williams / 25
- Valtteri Bottas / Alfa Romeo / 10
- Nico Hulkenberg / Haas / 9
- Yuki Tsounda / Alphatauri / 8
- Zhou Guanyu / Alfa Romeo / 6
- Kevin Magnussen / Haas / 3
- Liam Lawson / AlphaTauri / 2
- Logan Sargeant / Williams / 1
- Nyck De Vries / Alphatauri / 0
- Daniel Ricciardo / Alphatauri / 0
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