Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is a 2.518 mile road course with a number of configuration options (apparently including a flat oval), located near Mexico City, Mexico.
Map of current road course provided by Guy Watney, Kansas City Region SCCA.
New: 2005-05-07 Last Updated: 2006-02-23
The track opened in 1963, and hosted the Mexican Grand Prix (F1) until 1970, when F1 became concerned about track security. F1 returned in 1986 after the track was rebuilt, and ran until the 1991 race, after which the event was discontinued because of the increasingly rough surface, among other things. The track was rebuilt again and CART (Champcar) started running there in 2002. Champcar uses a variant course; a baseball stadium builtinside the (in)famous banked Peralta turn has a chicane through it for Champcar, as can be seen in this Google Map Link. In 2005, NASCAR brought the Busch series to the track. The NASCAR configuration uses the classic Peralta instead of the chicane.
Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
Mexico City, Mexico 15850
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