Formula 1 – Mexican Grand Prix: review the best moments


The 2021 Mexican GP of the Formula 1 was held this Sunday, November 7 at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez and the winner was Max Verstappen after staying first for almost the entire race. Sergio Pérez, better known as the ‘Checo’, became the first Mexican to get on the podium after finishing third.

Lewis Hamilton finished second and was pressured by the Aztec almost until the end of the race, but managed to stay with his position. For his part, Frenchman Pierre Gasly finished fourth and at times got into the third box, but he could not be constant and was left off the podium.

Formula 1 – PREVIEW It will take you all the incidents in MINUTE BY MINUTE with videos, data and statistics of the race that will take place in Mexico. Max Verstappen will seek to maintain his distance in the general classification and achieve his first world championship in Formula 1.

However, the task will not be easy. The Red Bull will come out of the third box, competing against Valtteri Bottas (will occupy the first box) and Lewis Hamilton (second in the game). A great challenge for Verstappen, who has been doing a good season.

The Mercedes did not save anything and brought out their best tricks. Bottas stole the applause and took pole. His teammate Lewis Hamilton is grateful for the welcome and was one step away from taking the first box.

Sergio Pérez was not far behind and with the encouragement of his people he was in fourth position at the start. The Red Bull driver had an emotional day and was happy for the encouragement of his compatriots.

Let us remember that before starting the race in Aztec lands, the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) leads the general classification of Formula 1, with 287.5 points.

Formula 1 LIVE, Mexican GP: starting grid

This is how the riders will come out in the Mexican GP

This is how the Formula 1 starting grid is formed at the Mexican GP

What time to see the 2021 Mexican GP race

Check the time to see the race of the Formula 1.

Mexico2.00 pm
Peru2.00 pm
Colombia2.00 pm
Argentina4.00 pm
chili3.00 pm
Spain9.00 pm

What channel broadcasts the Formula 1 race for the 2021 Mexican GP?

Channels to watch Grand Prix of Mexico.

MexicoStar Plus and Star Action
PeruStar Plus and Star Action
ArgentinaStar Plus and Star Action
ColombiaStar Plus and Star Action
chiliStar Plus and Star Action
SpainMovistar F1

Where to see Star Action LIVE, Mexico GP 2021

  • Antina: Channel 132 (HD)
  • DirecTV Sports (Peru): Channel 561 (SD / HD) and Channel 1561 (HD)
  • DirecTV Sports (Argentina): Channel 561 (SD / HD) and Channel 1561 (HD)
  • DirecTV Sports (Uruguay): Channel 561 (SD / HD) and Channel 1561 (HD)
  • DirecTV Sports (Chile): Channel 561 (SD / HD) and Channel 1561 (HD)
  • DirecTV Sports (Colombia): Channel 561 (SD / HD) and Channel 1561 (HD)
  • DirecTV Sports (Ecuador): Channel 561 (SD / HD) and Channel 1561 (HD)
  • SKY Sports (Mexico): Channel 435
  • SKY Sports (Dominican R.): Channel 435
  • SKY Sports (Honduras): Channel 435
  • SKY Sports (Costa Rica): Channel 435
  • SKY Sports (Guatemala): Channel 435
  • SKY Sports (El Salvador): Channel 435
  • TiGo (Bolivia): Channel 435 (SD) and Channel 909 (HD)
  • Movistar TV (Argentina): 649 SD 928 HD and 406 HD
  • Movistar TV (Peru): 184, 197, 649, 788 and 928
  • Movistar TV (Colombia): Channel 649 (SD) and Channel 928 (HD)
  • Movistar TV (Chile): Channel 648 (SD) and Channel 930 (HD)
  • Movistar TV (Venezuela): Channel 648 (SD)
  • TuVes HD: Channel 272
  • Entel TV HD (Chile): Channel 290 (HD)
  • Claro TV (Chile): Channel 285 (SD) and Channel 782 (HD)
  • Claro TV (Brazil): Channel 648 (SD) and Channel 682 (HD)
  • Claro TV (Colombia): Channel 787 (SD) and Channel 1787 (HD)
  • Inter Satelital (Venezuela): Channel 274
  • Telecentro (Argentina): Channel 463 (SD) and Channel 1062 (HD)
  • VTR (Chile): Channel 479 (SD) and Channel 812 (HD)
  • Cable Onda (Panama): 221 East, 222 West and 1221 HD
  • Supercanal (Argentina): Channel 463 (Digital) and Channel 950 (HD)
  • Cablevisión (Argentina): Channel 263 (HD)
  • Grupo TV Cable (Ecuador): 436 SD East, 438 SD West and 824 HD
  • Inter (Venezuela): Channel 2245
  • Gtd / Telsur (Chile): 275 East, 276 West and 805 HD
  • Cablevisión Flow (Argentina): Channel 263 (HD)
  • Dibox (Argentina): Channel 261 (HD)
  • Entel (Bolivia): Channel 303 (SD)
  • Personal Flow (Paraguay): Channel 263 (HD)

F1 Mexico starting grid:

  • Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 1’15 “875
  • Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 1’16 “020
  • Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 1’16 “225
  • Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) 1’16 “342
  • Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) 1’16 “456
  • Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) 1’16 “761
  • Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) 1’16 “763
  • Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 1’16 “837
  • Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) 1’17 “748
  • Kimi Räikkönen (Alfa Romeo) 1’17 “958
  • Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) 1’18 “290
  • Fernando Alonso (Alpine) 1’18 “452
  • Nicholas Latifi (Williams) 1’17 “756
  • Michael Schumacher (Haas) 1’18 “858
  • Nikita Mazepin (Haas) 1’19 “303
  • Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) 1’17 “158 [*]
  • Lando Norris (McLaren) 1’36 “830 [*]
  • George Russell (Williams) 1’18 “172 [*-5P puestos, caja cambios]
  • Esteban Ocon (Alpine) 1’18 “405 [*]
  • Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) 1’20 “873 [*]

Mexico GP: How to hire Star Action?

In Star Premium you will enjoy programs, movies, live sports and original series. Enjoy the best entertainment content without interruptions. You must contact your operator to contract the service.

Formula 1 Mexico 2021: How to subscribe to Star Plus

You can also enjoy this meeting through Star Plus, a web platform that will be free this weekend for any user. Thus, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday you can see all the programming of this app completely free.

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