Red Bull driver Max Verstappen won the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton second and Charles Leclerc third.
Of course, the soundly-beaten competition will not get a reprieve from the Max Verstappen onslaught.
Technical delegate Jo Bauer declined to check any planks after the race in Mexico.
After being disqualified following a P2 finish last weekend, Lewis Hamilton isn't counting his chickens just yet this time either.
The fans came to see Sergio Perez, but the run to Turn 1 was all they got...
The two drivers came together late on during the Mexican Grand Prix.
There will be no FIA drama for Charles Leclerc this time round.
A video circulated online of a fan physically fighting other members of the crowd.
This time, the P2 is set to stand for Lewis Hamilton.
Charles Leclerc drew the anger of the home support for Sergio Perez after he was forced to retire on Sunday.
Max Verstappen has broken his own single-season win record, and now matches Alain Prost in the all-time winners' list.
It was the second big incident of the Mexican Grand Prix with Sergio Perez having gone out in lap 1.
Sergio Perez's home race was over before it even began as he crashed in Turn 1.
Max Verstappen will start behind the Ferraris in Mexico, but remember 2021?
Another good audition for a future Red Bull seat...
Ferrari have locked out the front row of the Mexican Grand Prix grid but will they even feature on the podium?
Max Verstappen escaped punishment for "unnecessarily impeding" at the pit exit during qualifying for the Mexican GP.
Only a small number of F1 drivers turned up to a crunch meeting with the FIA to assess recent stewards' decisions, it has been claimed.
Logan Sargeant and Williams were penalised after qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix.
The Mercedes pair will start P6 and P8 in the Mexican Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen was one of three drivers spared punishment over pit-lane impeding...
It was a dream day for Ferrari and Daniel Ricciardo in Mexico.
Ferrari claimed pole position for the Mexican Grand Prix, leaving Carlos Sainz stunned by the car's sudden turn of speed.
Lando Norris was a shock Q1 casualty at the Mexican Grand Prix.
It was a quite breathless qualifying hour for the Mexican Grand Prix, and multiple investigations were sparked as a result of it.