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Sebastian Vettel saved the best until very last in Mexico, while Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo take turns to interview themselves.
They had high hopes of leaving Mexico with a decent haul of points, but the racing weekend ended in frustration for Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi.
George Russell has lamented a “pretty frustrating” race day in Mexico as he found himself “stuck behind” team-mate Robert Kubica for a long time.
Two of Italy’s leading newspapers have praised Lewis Hamilton for his Mexican Grand Prix win that puts him on the brink of a sixth title.
The “shitty trophies looked boring” and he wasn’t a big admirer of the “selfie guy”, but Sebastian Vettel feels the Mexican Grand Prix trophy ceremony was “cool”.
A flavour of the back pages from the leading newspapers in Europe after more success for Mercedes and more regrets for Ferrari.
Sebastian Vettel got rather punchy at the start of the Mexican GP with Lewis Hamilton, squeezing him onto the grass on the run down to Turn 1.
Sergio Perez reminded Daniel Ricciardo that he “doesn’t have that Red Bull anymore” after a speculative late-braking overtake attempt in Mexico.
Daniil Kvyat was left furious by his ten-second time penalty at the Mexican GP, saying such decisions “just kill the sport”.
Despite starting 1-2 in Mexico, Ferrari had to settle for a second and fourth place with Sebastian Vettel joining the Mercedes drivers on the podium.