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The Mexican Grand Prix is set to still go ahead on the weekend of October 30th, its organisers have announced.
The Tecpro barriers in Mexico will be reviewed by the FIA following Valtteri Bottas’ crash in qualifying, but race director Michael Masi has warned against “a knee-jerk reaction”.
In its short time back in Formula 1, the Mexican Grand Prix has delivered no shortage of controversy and excitement.
Despite strong talk of its demise, the Mexican Grand Prix has received a contract extension until the end of 2022.
Mexico Grand Prix organiser Alejandro Soberon has ruled out moving the race to June and being paired with the Canadian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen was mightily impressive in Mexico, while Sebastian Vettel is the recipient of the Pastor Maldonado award.
He may have been crowned a four-time World Champion, but losing the 2016 title still hurts Lewis Hamilton. Plus Kimi being Kimi and a contrast in emotions for Max Verstappen.
Lewis Hamilton was crowned the king of Formula 1 for a fourth time while Max Verstappen was “simply lovely”…
Put on the spot after Lewis Hamilton’s championship triumph in Mexico, Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen tried really hard to congratulate the Mercedes driver.
Max Verstappen won the opening lap battle against Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton to set up the victory in Mexico while Hamilton wrapped up the title despite his P9 on the day.
Lewis Hamilton admits finishing P9 having spent much of the Mexican Grand Prix running at the back of the field was a “horrible way” to wrap up his fourth World title.
Force India will finish this year’s championship fourth in the Constructors’ standings after a strong double points-haul in Mexico.
Max Verstappen was joined by Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen in the post-Mexico press conference while Lewis Hamilton faced the media after his championship win.
Mercedes’ non-executive director Niki Lauda has questioned Sebastian Vettel’s “aggressive” tactics and heaped praise on Lewis Hamilton for clinching a fourth World Championship title.
Max Verstappen survived the opening lap drama to race unchallenged to the victory in Mexico, admitting it all worked “really well” for him.
Toto Wolff has said Sebastian Vettel would have been penalised for hitting Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap if the World Championship was not on the line.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has reflected on a “nerve-racking” experience watching Max Verstappen fly to a third win of his career at the Mexico Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo offered a blunt assessment on his weekend in Mexico which resulted in a second DNF in as many weekends for the Aussie.
Kimi Raikkonen has said there was “nothing to do” other than to coast home in third after recovering from a “disaster start” in Mexico.
Lewis Hamilton was left with a surreal feeling after winning a fourth World Championship with a P9 finish in a chaotic race in Mexico.
Valtteri Bottas has said Lewis Hamilton’s amazing work ethic means that his team-mate “definitely deserves” the World Championship title this year.
Lance Stroll celebrated his 19th birthday with a sixth-place finish at the Mexico Grand Prix, his best result since the podium in Baku.
Max Verstappen stormed to a third career victory, while Lewis Hamilton secured a fourth World Championship with a P9 finish.
Sergio Perez finished P7 in his home race with team-mate Esteban Ocon two places above. Lance Stroll came P6 on his 19th birthday.
Pierre Gasly finished P13 on his return, but team-mate Brendon Hartley and both Renault cars suffered retirements.
Lewis Hamilton had his first genuine shot at a fourth title while Sebastian Vettel made his final stand only for the two to collide on the opening lap in Mexico.
Daniel Ricciardo and Brendon Hartley have added their names to the list of drivers facing power unit penalties in Mexico.
McLaren drivers Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne will start Sunday’s Mexican GP from the back of the grid as engine penalties come into play.
Although Romain Grosjean expected a tough outing in Mexico, he says being out-qualified by Sauber was a “bit of a slap in the face.”
Toto Wolff has hit out at the FIA race stewards, saying this past week was “not the most glorious” when it comes to their decision making.