On the weekend of October 25-27, the 2019 Formula 1 Mexican GP will be run: here's how to watch it streaming and on TV on smartphones, tablets and PCs
After the Asian trip, Formula 1 moves to the American continent: on the weekend of October 25-27, the 2019 Mexican GP will be run on the Hermanos Hernandez circuit. A track built on the outskirts of Mexico City at an altitude of more than 2000 meters, a factor that affects a lot at the aerodynamic level and that on paper should favor Ferrari and Red Bull.
The grand prize could crown Hamilton world champion for the sixth time. The English driver is deserving of the title, having been the most continuous and having the fastest car in the paddock. Ferrari has only shown progress in the final part of the season, especially on the fast lap, where it has racked up several consecutive poles. In the race, however, the music changes and Mercedes still has the best pace. In the 2019 Mexican GP, the Rosse will try to exploit the aerodynamic advantage to spoil Hamilton's party and return to victory. Both Leclerc (disappointing in the last grand prix in Japan) and Vettel, need to redeem a complicated season.
The 2019 Formula 1 Mexican GP is a Sky exclusive that broadcasts the entire race weekend on its channels. To see the 2019 Mexican GP you need to tune in to the SkySport Uno and SkySport Formula 1 channels. Also available streaming on SkyGo. The race is broadcast free to air on TV8, but only in deferred.
Mexico GP 2019: qualifying and race schedule
The time difference between Italy and Mexico upsets the habits of Formula 1 fans. The start of the qualifying is set for 20:00 Italian time on Saturday, October 26, while the race starts at 20:10 on Sunday, October 27.
Mexico GP 2019 Qualifying Time: October 26 at 20:00
Mexico GP 2019 Race Time: October 27 at 20:10
Mexico GP 2019 on TV
Like all the grand prix of this championship, the Mexican GP is broadcasted exclusively by Sky. The satellite broadcaster will follow live free practice, qualifying and the race, plus interviews from the paddock by the weekend's protagonists. To watch the 2019 Mexican GP on TV, you need to tune in to SkySport Uno (201) and SkySport F1 (207) channels. The race is also available on TV for Now TV subscribers, but you need to have a smart TV or connect an Android TV box to your TV.
The 2019 Mexican GP is also broadcast free-to-air on TV8, a digital terrestrial channel, but only on a deferred basis. Qualifying will be aired on Saturday, October 26 at 21:15, while the race on Sunday, October 27 at 21:30.
How to watch the 2019 Mexican GP in streaming on SkyGo
If you are not at home and cannot follow the grand prix, there is the possibility to follow it in streaming on SkyGo, the on-demand platform of the satellite broadcaster. To access SkyGo you need to be a Sky subscriber and be registered to the service.
To watch the 2019 Mexican GP in streaming you need to launch SkyGo, enter your credentials and press on the TV Channels menu item. A tab will open from which select SkySport Uno or SkySport F1 and then press the Play button. Within a few seconds, the streaming of the qualifying or the race will start, depending on the day.
How to follow the 2019 Formula 1 Mexican GP for free streaming on TV8's website
If you don't have a Sky subscription, you don't have to worry: the 2019 Formula 1 Mexican GP can also be watched for free streaming on TV8's website. You don't have to pay any subscription or even be registered, but you just need to have a device with a browser and a good Internet connection.
To watch the 2019 Mexican GP in free streaming you need to launch the browser of your device, enter the URL of the TV8 website and wait for the homepage to load. In the middle there will be the media player and within a few seconds the streaming of the race will start. We remind you that on TV8 the 2019 Mexican GP will only be available in deferred.