An exciting race weekend beckons in Mexico City as the country gears up for the 2022 Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix.
Home hero Sergio Perez will be hoping to challenge teammate Max Verstappen for the win, while a plethora of young drivers will take to the track in FP1 on Friday.
Here is a compilation of all the places you can catch this weekend's race.
Will the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix be broadcast on Sky Sports?
Yes. Sky Sports has exclusive rights to the live broadcast of F1 Grand Prix in the United Kingdom.
Sky customers will therefore be able to watch the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix through the dedicated Sky Sports F1 channel, or on Sky Sports Main Event.
Will the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix be broadcast on BT Sport?
No. BT Sport has the exclusive rights to broadcast MotoGP, as well as showing World Rally championship races, but does not have the rights to broadcast F1 race weekends.
Will the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix be streamed on Now TV?
Now TV customers with Sky Sports included in their package will be able to stream all of the action from the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix live.
Alternatively, Now TV day passes are available for one-off purchase allowing you to stream the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday, October 30th.
Will the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix be streamed on F1 TV?
If you're a viewer based in the United Kingdom, then Sky Sports is the only live broadcaster of F1 Grand Prix, but for viewers outside of the UK, a subscription to the F1 TV Pro will allow you to live stream every session across the race weekend.
F1 TV Pro subscriptions cost $9.99 per month or $79.99 for an annual subscription.
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