Mexican Grand Prix
With a fervent fan base, colonial architecture, amazing food and rich culture, Mexico City hosts the Mexican Grand Prix with a passion and purpose shared with few Formula One events. The recently renovated track at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez has proven to be a favorite with drivers and fans alike, housing some of Formula One’s most memorable moments since F1 racing returned to Mexico in 1986. In a stunning mountainous landscape, the city is filled with architectural and cultural reminders of its Spanish colonial past. The music, food and culture alone make Mexico City an enviable tourist destination. With Aztec ruins, museums and theaters filling the region with cultural and historic significance, the Mexican Grand Prix is an event for race fans, history buffs and everyone in between.