Mexico was listed as a provisional race on the 2014 calendar, with a draft schedule distributed to Formula 1 team bosses at last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix.
Federico Alamán, the director of the event’s group OCESA, Tavo Hellmund, who was initially involved in the Circuit of the Americas, and FIA Vice President Jorge Abed also attended.
Johannes Hogrebe, a colleague of circuit designer Herman Tilke, also assessed the circuit to review any potential changes.
The circuit hosted Formula 1 races between 1963-1970 and 1986-1992.
Formula 1 boasts two Mexican drivers on the 2013 grid, in the form of McLaren’s Sergio Perez and Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez.
The 2014 Mexican Grand Prix is provisionally scheduled for November 7th to 9th next season.