Organisers of the returning Mexican Grand Prix have announced it will construct permanent structures to increase capacity at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Circuit after unprecedented demand for the upcoming race.

The first time F1 has competed in Mexico since 1992, this year's race - which will be held once more at the upgraded Mexico City venue - has seen large demand from fans, with tickets for the grandstands already sold out some four months before the event.

As such, the organisers have announced it has employed Nussli, which specialises in temporary structures, to create new permanent grandstands to increase capacity and allow for more tickets to go on sale from 20th June.

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"We are deeply committed to both national and international fans hoping to experience the return of Formula 1(R) to Mexico. When the initial ticket release was sold-out within minutes we looked for alternatives to increase the circuit's capacity, NUSSLI provided a great solution," said Federico Alaman, Commercial Director for the FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE M?XICO 2015.

"We're delighted to offer new opportunities to attend to one of the largest and most important events in Mexico in recent decades, and to offer this exciting experience to as many people as possible."