Sebastian Vettel snatches pole position at the Mexico Grand Prix.
Doing all he can do to keep the F1 title fight going, Sebastian Vettel set the pace in qualifying to seize pole from Verstappen after the Red Bull driver leapt to the front in Q2. But, Lewis Hamilton remains in a title-clinching position with third place.
Max Verstappen fastest in final practice at the Mexico Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton P2 for the third successive session.
Red Bull rule the roost in Formula One at the Mexican Grand Prix, with Max Verstappen following Ricciardo by topping final practice. Lowering the pace towards a 1:16 lap, and keeping the championship-chasing Mercedes second best. While Pierre Gasly’s session ended early with another Renault power unit failure.
Daniel Ricciardo betters Lewis Hamilton to top second practice at the Mexico Grand Prix.
As Hamilton spun, Vettel burnt and Grosjean’s Pirelli shreaded, Daniel Ricciardo set the pace at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriquez. Topping the red-flagged second practice at the Mexican Grand Prix with an absolute track record, the third race weekend in a row Formula One has done so.
Valtteri Bottas fastest in first practice for the Mexico Grand Prix.
As the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez handed low levels of grip, Valtteri Bottas out-paced championship-chasing Lewis Hamilton to top the opening practice session at the Mexican Grand Prix. While the Mexican racer Alfonso Celis understudied for Esteban Ocon, but took the shine of his home session with a red-flag inducing crash.
Preview how Lewis Hamilton can clinch his fourth title at the Mexico Grand Prix, round 18 of the FIA Formula One World Championship.
With another win under his belt in America, Lewis Hamilton pulled further away from title-rival Sebastian Vettel and arrives in Mexico City knowing fifth place is now all he needs to clinch his fourth drivers’ title. Pulling level with Vettel and Alain Prost as the joint-third most successful driver in F1 history.
After 23 years Formula One returned to Mexico, where Nico Rosberg claimed victory at the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix.
In front of an incredible atmosphere created by the passionate Mexican fans, Nico Rosberg controlledthe Mexican Grand Prix to take the first Formula One triumph at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez since 1992. The sold-out race played host to a deserved win for Rosberg, as Hamilton settled for second and Ferrari saw both drivers end their races early.
Nico Rosberg on pole position for the Mexican Grand Prix ahead of three-time World Champ, Lewis Hamilton.
Qualifying fell in favour of the title-less Rosberg as Nico dominated his team-mate to take the top spot. When things heated up, Hamilton found himself off Rosberg’s pace throughout the lap while home favourite Sergio Perez missed the moment for his flying lap.