MEXICAN FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX
Below you will find reviews, ratings, and tips on the circuit from other race fans.
The 'baseball' park is a great position to take photos of the cars and also the presentations. We had seats on the lower north side, block13, row 14 (back row) I'd say row 14 of any of the lower blocks are optimum, they go in odd numbers so 1 through to about 29. I'd say 7,9,11 & 13 are the best all row 14
This was our 17th F1 and although not a viewing spectacular for overtaking and crashes, it is up there with the best for atmosphere. The Mexicans are so passionate, you need ear defenders from the noise of the crowd, not the cars...
The negative point is that you have no access to any other part of the circuit, it is sectioned into very small pockets, nowhere to go, although there is a great picnic area in front of the stand. Usual 'average' food and drink inside, £3 for an sandwich, £4 for a mini Domino pizza, £6 for a pint, £3.50 for a Coca Cola. Access to the circuit from the city (historic) is £12 via taxi one way or via the subway @ 23p, yes only 23p. We felt as safe as the London Underground although it is busy.... Food and drink in the city is half the price of London and can be way cheaper if you eat in the basic local restaurants