Published on March 28th, 2017 | by Subhash Nair0
Panasonic Jaguar Racing is Ready to Make Waves in Mexico
Located in the heart of the capital, the 2.09km, 18-turn circuit is one of only two dedicated racetracks on the FIA Formula E calendar.
Racing at 2,250m above sea level, the team will face their toughest physical challenge of their debut season to date. The Formula E track incorporates part of the historic grand prix circuit, with long curved sections between fast chicanes that offer few opportunities for the drivers to draw breath between corners.
The track is famous for its amphitheatre where the drivers weave through turns eight to 12. The entry to the former baseball stadium also offers good overtaking opportunities, to excite the crowd of up to 28,000 spectators.
With a strong weekend in Buenos Aires to build on, where the team achieved a best qualifying result to date of seventh and fastest in qualifying group one, the Jaguar team is looking forward to getting back out on track.