See to Sergio “Checo” Pérez running on the “Red Bull” of Formula One (F1) will have its pros and cons. And it is that the organizers of the Grand Prix of Mexico reported this Friday through a statement that they will increase prices of the race to be held next October 31st at Hermanos Rodríguez racetrack from Mexico City and Mexico.
“On April 5, the sale of the seats available for the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Mexico City 2021 will begin with an adjustment in its price […] The reason behind this decision is because in the last six years the same prices for tickets have been maintained […] This adjustment in the price of the tickets will allow to continue offering the ‘Best Sports Experience in the World’ to the fans, “reads part of the statement.
However, according to sources ESPN This increase is due, in part, to the high demand that exists to see the pilot from Guadalajara in the car of Red Bull Racing, the second most powerful team on the top motor racing circuit.
To that we must add that Czech had its best season in 2020 since he came to F1, winning the Sakhir Grand Prize (Bahrain) and being the fourth best driver of the championship.
Sergio Pérez (Photo: Twitter @ redbullracing)
This enormous interest of the Mexicans to see their compatriot in the Austrian team was confirmed in his time by the Red Bull Racing advisor, Helmut Marko.
There is a lot of interest in your country: five minutes after its signing the Paddock club was sold. An important market opens for us
In this sense, the value of the tickets for the 2021 edition will be as follows:
Tier 1 and 2. Current prices are 22,500 and will increase to 24,800 pesos, making it the most expensive on the circuit.
The Blue zone, which was between 4,000 and 8,000 pesos, will be worth between 4,700 and 9,900 pesos.
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Yellow zone tier 10 was at 12,000 pesos, it will cost 13,600, while zones 9 and 11 will go up from 11,000 to 12,600 pesos.
The lower cost areas that belong to the Foro Sol, which were between 5,000 and 6,500 pesos, will cost 6,000 and 7,500 pesos, respectively.
The area that will have the greatest increase with respect to its percentage of value will be coffee with 20% of its price; in second place, there is gray with 15.33 percent. Both located at the entrance of the Foro Sol.
The green zone located on the main straight will be 14% more expensive than two years ago, while the blue one will be 7.5 percent. The yellow will be 13.4% and the blue 7.5%.
It is worth mentioning that, the organizers pointed out that these adjustments do not contemplate those who have purchased their tickets for the 2020 Mexico GP, which was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, last year’s prices will be respected for those who purchase it before next March 28. Therefore, the public is invited to take advantage of this last opportunity to acquire their tickets at last year’s prices.
Red Bull Racing has become one of the favorite teams of the Mexican fans, since on that track they obtained two victories with Max Verstappen, now a teammate of ‘Checo’, and Daniel Ricciardo still had the opportunity to get on the podium.
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