F1: Dutch Grand Prix: Mexico schedules and where to see Chico Perez race in Formula 1

After one month of the summer break, Formula 1 activities resume with the Dutch Grand Prix. Circuit Zandvoort, the 13th race of the season, marks the halfway point of a World Cup that seems to have been decided months ago in favor of Max Verstappen and Red Bull. The dominance of the Dutchman, who has eight consecutive wins and ten this season, is indisputable on the current grid: With 314 points, Verstappen is safely on track to the world championship three times, accompanied by team mates Sergio Perez (189 points) and Fernando Alonso (149 points).

Dutch Grand Prix: schedules and where to watch in Mexico

Free practices

The action begins in the Netherlands on the morning of Friday 25 August with the first free training at 04:30 (Mexico time). The second start on the track will take place a few hours later at 8:00 am. One day later, on Saturday 26 August, the drivers will adjust their strategy in the final practice session at 03:30.


The starting grid for the Dutch Grand Prix will be set on August 26 starting at 07:00 am with the usual three qualifying sessions.


The Dutch Grand Prix officially starts at 07:00 on Sunday 27 August and can be watched live on Fox Sports Premium and online. F1TVservice flow Formula 1 official providing live times, real-time telemetry, radio and driver cameras

Complete 2023 calendar for Chico Perez in Formula 1

The Mexican achieves his 27th Formula 1 podium in a race in which he swept Verstappen

The Mexican driver, Verstappen remained at Red Bull, finished the race in fifth place after starting last

The Mexican driver took his sixth Grand Prix win and capped off a great weekend

Three days after the start of the Imola Grand Prix, the authorities on Wednesday ordered the “paddock” to be cleared due to possible flooding in the area.

The Mexican driver ended up 16th after making a mistake in the qualifying round

The Mexican driver admitted it wasn’t his best weekend, but he appreciates the comeback in terms of qualifying: “It’s been a good recovery.”

The Mexican driver has fought three races without reaching the podium in the current Formula 1 season, by finishing sixth in Montreal.

The guy from Guadalajara gets third place in the race and gets rid of the bad streak that accompanied him in the last three races

Chico Pérez caught up with Oscar Piastri after half the race and reached the third step of the podium

The Mexican pilot’s return is not enough to satisfy Red Bull’s demand. And in the UK it gets the sixth position

Chico Perez finished second, followed by Leclerc

  • Italian Grand Prix. Autodrome Nazionale di Monza, Monza. Sept. 3.
  • Singapore Grand Prix. Marina Bay Street Circuit, Marina Bay. September 17th.
  • Japan Grand Prix. Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka. Sept. 24.
  • Qatar Grand Prix. Losail International Circuit, Lusail. Oct. 8.
  • United States Grand Prix. Circuit of the Americas, Austin. Oct. 22.
  • Mexican Grand Prix. Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City. Oct. 29.
  • Sao Paulo Grand Prix. Jose Carlos Pace Racetrack, Sao Paulo. November 5th.
  • Las Vegas Grand Prix. Las Vegas Street Circuit, Las Vegas. November 18th.
  • Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island. November 26th.
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the Czech obsession from Mexico

2022 has been a great year for the driver from Guadalajara. Among his most notable achievements: winning the first place first place In Saudi Arabia, although he finished fourth at that stage. He finished second at the Grand Prix of Australia, Emilia-Romagna, Catalunya, Azerbaijan, the United Kingdom and Belgium. And in the then unprecedented race in Miami, he took third place. He achieved the same position in Abu Dhabi and the Mexican Grand Prix. But Perez also tasted the best honeys in Monaco and Singapore that year. Hours before the start of the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix, the Mexican driver received the National Sports Award from the National Committee for Physical Culture and Sports (CONAD) for his outstanding season in Formula 1.

2023 Mexican Grand Prix, schedules and what you need to know

Perez will once again host the much-anticipated Mexican Grand Prix of 2023. A destination that has once again been part of the Formula 1 calendar since 2015. The event has brought the country over $600,000 annually. Over the years, since his return to Mexico, Formula 1 has also been a stage where partying and class differences coexist.

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