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Driving in front of his home crowd, Red Bull Racing's Sergio Perez will look to upstage teammate Max Verstappen in the Mexico City Grand Prix. Check out the live streaming, venue, schedule and timings of Mexican F1 GP 2023
The 2023 Formula 1 Calendar is now in its home stretch, with just three more races to go after the Mexico City Grand Prix. The championship is done and dusted, and after his triumph at last week's United States Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen has now won a record-tying 15 races this season - including 10 races in a row. But there is still lots to play for, especially for his teammate Sergio Perez. (Preview | Sports News) While Verstappen has hogged the limelight, Perez is eager to prove a point or two, and will get no better opportunity than in front of his home crowd in Mexico. The 33-year-old is in second place in the driver's standings. While there is daylight between him and Verstappen, Perez is 39 points clear of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and would look to strengthen his lead in the runners-up position with a superlative performance on home soil. He is expected to get raucous support from his fans, perhaps to the detriment of his teammate Verstappen, who was booed after winning the US Grand Prix. “I don't think Max is going to get the warmest reception in Mexico,” Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said earlier this week. “But that's water off a duck's back. One year you are the villain, then next year you are a hero,” Horner added. On his part, Perez asked the fans to respect the entire team, including Verstappen. “I want Mexico to come out to support the whole Red Bull Racing Team, not just me,” he said. Here is the live streaming information for the Mexico City Grand Prix: When will the Mexico City Grand Prix be held? The Mexico City Grand Prix will be held from Saturday, October 28 to Monday, October 30. Below is the schedule of the Mexico City Grand Prix (all timings in IST): Practice 1: October 28, 12am-1am Practice 2: October 28, 3:30am-4:30am Practice 3: October 28, 11pm-12am Qualifying: October 29, 2:30am-3:30am Race: October 30, 1:30am Where will the Mexico City Grand Prix be held? The F1 race will be held at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, Mexico. On which TV channel will the race be broadcast in India? Unfortunately, no TV channel has the rights to brodcast F1 races this season in India. Where will the race be live streamed in India? The race will be live streamed on F1 TV Pro, the premium subscription plan of the OTT platform F1 TV.