Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Gerardo Nieto
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Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez


Time Out says

Throughout its history, since its opening in 1959, this race track has felt the speed of pilots like Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Emerson Fittipaldi; as a concert venue, it has witnessed shows by singers like Madonna and Paul McCartney and bands like Pink Floyd, Metallica and The Rolling Stones; it is home to festivals like Vive Latino and Corona Capital. Pope John Paul II even celebrated a collective mass here during his fourth visit to Mexico City.

For the return of F1 racing to Mexico in 2015, the venue was upgraded with facilities like a control tower, three footbridges, a paddock club for five thousand spectators, and a suites building. The track was repaved using modified-polymer asphalt, with no cold joints for greatest skid resistance. As a final touch, 33 garages were remodeled as well as the permanent and temporary grandstands.


Curva 4
Viaducto Piedad s/n
Ciudad Deportiva
Mexico City
Cross street:
Metro Ciudad Deportiva
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