Mexican GP (2018)
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James Allen analyses the Mexican Grand Prix, where high altitude played havoc with Formula 1’s pecking order and Red Bull leapt ahead of both Mercedes and Ferrari. This was a race that kept the strategists on their toes throughout.
The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit is an outlier on the Formula 1 calendar. Held at altitude, it’s a massive challenge for the teams and the drivers as it requires a totally different approach.
Daniel Ricciardo's Mexican Grand Prix pole celebrations left his Red Bull Formula 1 teammate Max Verstappen even more “irritated” at his qualifying defeat, his father Jos has revealed.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff insists that his team's decision to race without its cooling rear wheel rim spacer did not contribute to its W09 behaving like an "F3" car in the Mexican Grand Prix.
Stoffel Vandoorne's ability to pull off an error-free one-stopper to eighth place in the Mexican Grand Prix has been hailed as 'so impressive' by his McLaren team.
In Mexico, a team that had recently slid back into a clear third-best, an engine supplier maligned all year long and a driver who had been accused of being out of control in the first part of the year completed controlled a very demanding race.
Good morning. Welcome to your F1 Debrief from an intriguing Mexican Grand Prix that left Max Verstappen delighted, crowned Lewis Hamilton a five-time world champion, and highlighted tough times for Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo.
Daniel Ricciardo was left feeling “helpless” and ready to hand over his “cursed” Red Bull Formula 1 car to Pierre Gasly after another mechanical problem robbed him of a podium in Mexico.
Sebastian Vettel said losing the 2018 Formula 1 world championship to Lewis Hamilton in the Mexican Grand Prix was "a horrible moment" even though he knew it was inevitable.
Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes Formula 1 team were left with a "bittersweet" feeling after the Mexican Grand Prix, with the Briton sealing his fifth world championship despite a "horrible race".
Lewis Hamilton clinched his fifth Formula 1 title despite failing to finish on the podium in the Mexican Grand Prix, which was won by Max Verstappen.
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has defended the team's new title sponsorship deal with energy drink brand Rich Energy, insisting the Formula 1 team has done its due diligence.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner wants Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen to not obsess with each other and instead use "synchronised driving" to hold back other cars on the run to Turn 1 at the Mexican Grand Prix.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says that the hydraulic failure that stopped Valtteri Bottas in FP3 in Mexico was “unusual”, but is confident that title contender Lewis Hamilton is not at risk in Sunday’s race.
Brendon Hartley says he is “not allowed to comment” on a remark he made disputing Toro Rosso’s claim that Pierre Gasly’s Formula 1 car was damaged last weekend.
Sebastian Vettel says Red Bull's ongoing reliability issues gives him reason to believe he can still be a factor in the fight for victory in the Mexican Grand Prix.
Formula 1 world championship leader Lewis Hamilton believes the Red Bull cars are "in a league of their own" at the Mexican Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo headed a Red Bull one-two to claim pole position for the Mexican Grand Prix as Formula 1 title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel completed the second row.
Brendon Hartley wants to use Toro Rosso’s Formula 1 upgrade for the full Mexican Grand Prix weekend because it has given him “what I’ve been asking for all season”.
Haas Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean has admitted that the ‘s*** situation’ he is in with his penalty points means he is having to be extra cautious out on track.
Renault's "misleading" strong showing in Friday practice ahead of Formula 1's Mexican Grand Prix is down to top teams underperforming rather than the French outfit making gains, Carlos Sainz believes.
Mercedes had to turn down its Formula 1 engine in Mexican Grand Prix practice because it was overheating “in a number of areas” on Friday.
The Ferrari Formula 1 team will not race its new floor design in the Mexican Grand Prix, having trialled it again during Friday practice.
Red Bull says Max Verstappen's challenge for pole position at the Mexican Grand Prix has not been derailed by a hydraulics problem in second practice.
Red Bull pairing Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo dominated Friday afternoon practice for the Mexican Grand Prix, both lapping a second faster than the rest of the Formula 1 field.
Max Verstappen set the fastest time in opening practice for Formula 1's Mexican Grand Prix as Red Bull headed Renault on Friday morning.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Mexican GP pitlane, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
The Mexican Grand Prix stewards have given Mercedes the green light to use its controversial wheel rim design for the coming Formula 1 race weekend.
Ferrari is to test its new floor again in Mexico this weekend, with rival Red Bull also set to run its own version of the concept.