Circuit name: Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Circuit length: 4.313km
Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is a circuit in Mexico City named after racers Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez, both of whom died in racing accidents.
The track first hosted a Formula One race in 1963, a non-Championship event. Races were held at the track until 1970 when it was deemed unsafe. The track reopened to racing in 1986, with a number of safety upgrades having been made.
The track underwent further changes ahead of its return to the F1 calendar, with renowned designer Hermann Tilke%u200B overseeing the renovations.