Mexican GP (2017)
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Stoffel Vandoorne reflects on his Mexican Grand Prix weekend, where McLaren's chances of a good result were hindered by a lack of top speed.
Max Verstappen would have won the Mexican Grand Prix even without the first lap-clash between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, reckons Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko.
James Allen takes a strategic review of the Mexican Grand Prix, where the high altitude – and unexpected VSC intervention – played a big role in one of the most unpredictable events on the schedule.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley says his squad could have scored its first podium of the 2017 Formula 1 season in Mexico, had it not been for an ill-timed virtual safety car.
Red Bull thinks a more level playing field with engine power in Mexico – thanks to the impact of the less dense air at high altitude – was key in allowing it to deliver its most dominant Formula 1 victory in years.
The 2017 Formula 1 championship battle was decided by a collision, and after that the title rivals weren't the only ones driving like champions in Mexico on Sunday…
Honda chief Yusuke Hasegawa admitted the Japanese manufacturer's engine was not expected to have the performance it did during the Mexican Grand Prix weekend.
Renault admits it was too aggressive in its approach to balancing Formula 1 engine performance with reliability in the Mexican Grand Prix after a string of failures.
While Max Verstappen was dominating in Mexico, there were two other races going on behind him. For Sebastian Vettel, it was about trying to keep the title fight alive. And for Lewis Hamilton, it was a scrap to make it into the points at all.
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Sebastian Vettel admits rival Lewis Hamilton was "the better man" in their battle for the Formula 1 World Championship, as the Briton levelled him on titles won in the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday.
Newly-crowned Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says clinching his fourth title with a ninth-place finish in the Mexican Grand Prix was a "horrible way to do it".
Mexican Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen says he was worried about finishing the race when he saw other Renault-powered cars retiring while he was leading comfortably.
Mercedes F1 chairman Niki Lauda has questioned Sebastian Vettel's “aggressive manoeuvre” that led to the German clashing with Lewis Hamilton at the start of the Mexican Grand Prix.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo says the Mexican Grand Prix was “a grim weekend for a few of us” after all three Renault-powered teams suffered failures that put cars out of the race.
Max Verstappen clinched victory in a dramatic Mexican Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton survived a collision with Formula 1 title rival Sebastian Vettel to clinch his fourth world championship.