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The race weekend in America is also immediately followed by the Mexican Grand Prix. Again, it will be a late affair for European fans, as the Formula 1 circus remains in a similar time zone. Find out what time to turn on for all sessions here.


The race weekend in America is also immediately followed by the Mexican Grand Prix. Again, it will be a late affair for European fans, as the Formula 1 circus remains in a similar time zone. Find out what time to turn on for all sessions here.
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Max Verstappen has secured himself the world driver’s title and after the United States Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing can also call themselves world constructors’ champion again for the first time since 2013. So the big prizes have been distributed, but there is still plenty to fight for in the final races.
For instance, Sergio Perez will be only too happy to win the upcoming Grand Prix in Mexico. At the Autódromo Hermanos Rodrígues, a podium last year already made for a big party, but the stadium section will completely explode if Perez manages to win at home. It should be possible with the RB18 this year, but Verstappen will also be aiming for his 14th win of the season himself.
In Mexico, the second free practice session is another hour and a half. As in America, that session will be devoted to a tyre test by Pirelli. All teams and drivers are required to complete metres on the 2023 prototype tyre. In Austin, that resulted in a boring FP2 and in Mexico it is unlikely to be much different.
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F1 does remain in the same time zone after the US GP. As a result, sessions are late in the evening for European fans, but it gives a rare treat for other fans around the world. Thus, qualifying starts at 21:00 UK time and the race starts at 20:00 UK time.
At GPblog, you won’t miss any of the action on and off the track this weekend either. Not only can you find the latest news here, but there are also liveblogs of all sessions. These liveblogs start an hour before the session starts and keep you fully informed of everything that happens on and off the track. After the sessions, GPblog will also give you a broad summary, analyses and read the reactions of the drivers and teams.
Friday
First free practice: 19:00-20:00 [13:00-14:00]
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Second free practice: 22:00-23:30 [16:00-17:30]
Saturday
Third free practice: 18:00-19:00 [12:00-13:00]
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Qualifying: 21:00-22:00 [15:00-16:00]
Sunday
Race: 20:00-22:00 [14:00]
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