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F1 Mexican GP: programme, live TV Sky and TV8 times

Tomorrow the Mexican F1 GP weekend will start and in this article we will see the live TV times on Sky and TV8

After the Texan emotions experienced in Austin, the circus brings its presence further south, to Mexico City to be precise, the capital of the state of the same name. L’Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez it is one of the oldest stages of this competition. The first edition took place in far 1963 where Jim Clark triumphed aboard his Lotus with which he then won the world championship the same year. Since then the circuit has alternated periods of activity and inactivity in F1, in which it is returned permanently since 2015. Before seeing what the program relating to the F1 Mexican GP and the live TV times of Sky and TV8we assess the situation.

Austin weekend it was one of the most intense from an emotional point of view. Between track limits that canceled various laps in qualifying, including that of Max Verstappen which counted for pole on Sunday, post-race disqualifications and tires that suffered greater degradation than imagined, everyone had their work cut out to try to obtain the best possible result.

In the end anyway the victory is goneagain, to the Dutchman of Red Bull, author of a comeback, this time not predictable, from sixth position on the grid. They thought about making the task a little easier Ferrari e Mercedes who, with their somewhat questionable strategies, have left the way free for their opponents. In the end the podium was formed by Verstappen with followed by Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz. Instead they were Hamilton and Leclerc disqualified post-race for irregularities found on their single-seaters.

F1 Mexican GP: programme, live TV Sky and TV8 times

Live TV Sky and TV8 program and times of the Mexican F1 GP

  • Friday 27 October:
    • 8.30pm first free practice session
    • 24:00 second free practice session
  • Saturday 28 October:
    • 7.30pm third free practice session
    • 11pm qualifications
  • Sunday 29 October:

You can follow the whole event live on Sky and NOW, the company’s digital platform. Not just F1 though! Sky Italia also holds the television rights to follow the world championshipall the big european calciumthree Serie A matches each day, the better than the NBA and much more, all at the cost of only €14.99 per month. If you want more information or if you decide to purchase the NOW sports package, you can consult the following link.

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