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Mountain air in Mexico City.

Coming Saturday, the next Season 6 championship race will be on the agenda with the race in Mexico City. And this time not only the drivers will display maximum performance.

The citizens of Mexico are known for their passionate sports enthusiasm. And the Formula E race will be no exception: The grandstand of the Foro Sol Stadium will be „the place to be” for the majority of the visitors. 25,000 fans will turn the actual baseball stadium into a stage for motorsport enthusiasm. A celebration also for all drivers, who will experience the scenery through the tight corners up close.

At an altitude of 2,240 metres, the 2.6-kilometre long and very varied course winds its way through one of the most important cities in Latin America. In addition to its 16 corners, the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit is also known for its high-speed passage. Not only drivers and fans can show what they are made of in Mexico City: on the long straight, the drivers demand from their racing cars utmost top performance from their racing cars. Sometimes with, sometimes without fanboost. But always with an eye on battery management. So it will be a challenge for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team to respond to the track conditions The tarmac this time is of good quality and allows a dynamic race in some sections.

No race in Formula E is ever the same: different city, different tarmac and different temperatures. Getting into a city over and over again and leaving it again after a short time. This is what characterizes the most modern racing series in the world. And so the fourth race of the current season in Formula E will once again be a remarkable one for everyone involved: The teams have left the heated battles behind – now other things are more in focus. For Neel Jani and André Lotterer, as well as for the entire TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team, it is another race to show how well they have already grown together. The season is long and the journey in Formula E for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team is far from over. In Mexico, our drivers now not only want to enjoy the mountain air of the city, but also will try their very best to get a noseful of the breeze in the front field again – but as we all know, the air there is very thin.