Formula 1 heads to Mexico City for this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix, an event which could mark a championship coronation for the second successive year.

Lewis Hamilton stands on the verge of wrapping up his fifth drivers’ world title, a feat he will seal with a top-seven finish, even if chief title rival Sebastian Vettel wins.

Everything would point towards the Briton being crowned world champion for the second year in a row at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriquez – a circuit Ferrari is yet to win at since it returned to the F1 calendar in 2015.

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Red Bull will be looking to follow up on its victory from last season by making it a three-way fight in what the Milton Keynes-based squad has targeted as its best chance of claiming another grand prix win at in the remaining three rounds of the campaign.

Here are all of the details you need to follow the F1 Mexican Grand Prix live this weekend.

When is the Mexican Grand Prix?

The 2018 Mexican Grand Prix takes place on Sunday October 28th. Cars will hit the track for the first time during FP1 and FP2 on Friday, before final practice and qualifying continues on Saturday.

Where is the Mexican Grand Prix taking place?

The Mexican Grand Prix is held at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriquez in the heart of Mexico City. The track is 4.304 km long, with the race set to last 71 laps.

Where can I watch the Mexican States Grand Prix?

The 2018 Mexican Grand Prix is being shown exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 this weekend in the UK.

Friday 26th October

LIVE Mexican GP FP1 – Sky Sports F1, 3.45pm

LIVE Mexican GP FP2 – Sky Sports F1, 7.45pm

Saturday 27thOctober

LIVE Mexican GP FP3 – Sky Sports F1, 3.45pm

LIVE Mexican GP Qualifying – Sky Sports F1, 6pm (session start 7pm)

Sunday 28th October

Mexican GP Pit Lane LIVE – Sky Sports F1, 5.30pm

Mexican GP On The Grid LIVE – Sky Sports F1, 6.30pm

LIVE Mexican GP Race – Sky Sports F1, 7.10pm

How else can I follow the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix?

Besides the TV coverage, will be reporting live from the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriquez paddock this weekend with live commentary from all sessions, plus the usual news, interviews and features. Updates will also be posted to's F1 Twitter account (@CRASH_NET_F1). You can also follow our F1 Digital Editor, Luke Smith (@LukeSmithF1), for all the latest.

Recent Mexican GP F1 Winners

2017: Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

2016: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2015: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

Where can I watch Formula 1 in 2018?

ALL F1 races, qualifying and practice sessions will be shown LIVE on Sky Sports F1 in the UK, with Channel 4 dual-broadcasting a selection of races LIVE on terrestrial television.

25 March Australian Grand Prix
8 April Bahrain Grand Prix
15 April Chinese Grand Prix
29 April Azerbaijan Grand Prix
13 May Spanish Grand Prix
27 May Monaco Grand Prix
10 June Canadian Grand Prix
24 June French Grand Prix
1 July Austrian Grand Prix
8 July British Grand Prix
22 July German Grand Prix
29 July Hungarian Grand Prix
26 August Belgian Grand Prix
2 September Italian Grand Prix
16 September Singapore Grand Prix

30 September Russian Grand Prix
21 October United States Grand Prix
28 October Mexican Grand Prix
11 November Brazilian Grand Prix
25 November Abu Dhabi Grand Prix