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Lewis Hamilton hoped that the stewards would take a “very strict” approach on Max Verstappen’s failure to slow under yellow flags in Q3 at the Mexican GP.
The big news ahead of Sunday’s Mexican GP is Max Verstappen’s demotion from pole position to P4 for ignoring yellow flags in qualifying.
Valtteri Bottas has urged the FIA to change the placement of the TecPro that left him with sore knees when he crashed in qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix.
Although Christian Horner says it was a “great shame” that Max Verstappen lost his Mexican GP pole position, the Red Bull boss didn’t exactly launch a staunch defence of his driver’s actions.
This weekend Formula 1 rolls into Mexico City, and for Lewis Hamilton, it presents his first chance to secure World Championship number six.
Lewis Hamilton will bid to clinch a sixth F1 Drivers’ Championship in Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix in Mexico City.
Max Verstappen has been stripped of pole position and given a three-place grid for failing to slow sufficiently for yellow flags.
Sebastian Vettel says it’s “clear” drivers must “lift” under yellow flags following Max Verstappen’s controversial pole in Mexico.
Mercedes have reported that Valtteri Bottas’ W10 is “extensively damaged” and that they are assessing what work will need to be done on it.
Charles Leclerc isn’t confident that Ferrari have enough race pace to be able to match Max Verstappen and Red Bull on Sunday.