What channel is F1 on today in USA? How to watch 2023 Mexican GP

Max Verstappen arrives at the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix knowing that there’s history to be made with yet another win in a dominant season that has already delivered his third World Drivers’ Championship title.

After winning in Austin last time out, the Dutchman made it 15 wins this season, equalling his own record of most wins recorded in an F1 season that he set in 2022.

Another chequered flagged finish this time around in Mexico City would see him break that just one year later. 

But there’s plenty of competition for top spot as the chasing pack continues to close on Red Bull’s dominance. 

WATCH: Stream the Mexican Grand Prix live on ESPN+

That was especially seen last time out as Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton came close to recording his first win of the season. He finished just one second adrift of Verstappen but was later disqualified alongside Charles Leclerc as the pair’s cars failed a physical floor and plank wear inspection.

McLaren remain strong as well as Lando Norris made it four podium finishes in succession last time out, whilst his rookie teammate Oscar Piastri continues to impress. 

Home favourite Sergio Perez will also be very eager to impress here infront of the Mexican crowd as the pressure continues to grow on his shoulders at Red Bull after a poor run of recent form. 

For all the details on how to watch the F1 action in the US this weekend, The Sporting News has you covered below.

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Just like with TV channels available in the US to catch all the action on, there are also plenty of ways to live stream the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix this year.

As well as the official F1 TV service — which costs $26.99–$79.99/yr depending on the plan you choose — Fubo carries ABC in the U.S. and offers a free trial to new subscribers. You can also stream F1 races live with ESPN+.

Below is the complete schedule for this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix sessions.

In 2023, the Formula 1 calendar will be made up of 23 races across four different continents.

The action began with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5, and will end on November 26 in Abu Dhabi.

Full list of odds for drivers to win the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix

Odds via BetMGM (USA). Odds correct as of October 26.

What channel is F1 on today in USA? TV schedule, live stream, start time for 2023 Mexican Grand Prix

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