Lewis Hamilton made the pass on George Russell at the start in Mexico, though any other driver would have been sent off the track.
Red Bull are not happy with Ted Kravitz's comments regarding the 2021 season finale.
Daniel Ricciardo was the official fan-voted Driver of the Day, but not after overcoming a penalty first.
Ferrari were well off the pace in Mexico with Charles Leclerc finishing over a minute behind race winner Max Verstappen.
Booed after the Mexican Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton said this has been going on all day.
Max Verstappen took race win number 14 for 2022 in Mexico City - a new Formula 1 record.
Here are the full results from the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix as Max Verstappen claimed victory.
Follow F1 live timing and commentary updates from round 19, the Mexican Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc fears he could be in for a difficult Sunday in Mexico after his PU gave him problems in qualifying.
Toto Wolff sets out his plan for Turn 1 but admits it's "going to be difficult".
Max Verstappen will line up on pole position ahead of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton.
Without the sting of track limits, Mick Schumacher felt he would have been well set for a Q2 appearance in Mexico.
Quiet satisfaction at Alfa Romeo on an excellent day for Valtteri Bottas.
Being on pole position in Mexico is not always ideal, but Max Verstappen has faith in his "quick" RB18, the most important factor.
Sergio Perez thought pole position had been possible in front of his home crowd, but the electrics and DRS on his Red Bull got in the way.
It may have been their best qualifying result of the year but Toto Wolff wanted more from Mercedes.
One driver produced his best performance in 16 races, while another made an error that could have a costly effect on his career.
No mystery about why Ferrari are off the pace in Mexico, according to Carlos Sainz.
Lewis Hamilton is proud of his Mercedes team, but an engine problem left him not quite in tip-top shape in Q3.
Here is the key information you need to know going into the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
P7 on the grid in Mexico, Charles Leclerc was left to reflect on a very troublesome session in his Ferrari.
George Russell secured his best starting position since Monza but he believed more was on offer.
Pole position for Red Bull in Mexico but not Sergio Perez...it was his team-mate Max Verstappen once more.
Max Verstappen produced a mighty lap to put his car on pole for the Mexican Grand Prix ahead of the two Mercedes. The Dutchman finished 0.304 seconds ahead of George Russell while the Brit’s Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton will start alongside home-town hero Sergio Perez. The third row will be made up by Carlos Sainz and […]