Mexican GP: All the winners since 1963

The Mexican Grand Prix was first run as a round of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1963. The most successful drivers at this event are Jim Clark, Lewis Hamilton, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell and Max Verstappen, who each have two wins. Here are all the winners from across the years, click on the arrows above to scroll through them…

1963 Jim Clark, Lotus
1963 Jim Clark, Lotus
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1964 Dan Gurney, Brabham
1964 Dan Gurney, Brabham
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1965 Ritchie Ginther, Honda
1965 Ritchie Ginther, Honda
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1966 John Surtees, Cooper
1966 John Surtees, Cooper
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1967 Jim Clark, Lotus
1967 Jim Clark, Lotus
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1968 Graham Hill, Lotus
1968 Graham Hill, Lotus
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1969 Denny Hulme, McLaren
1969 Denny Hulme, McLaren
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1970 Jacky Ickx, Ferrari
1970 Jacky Ickx, Ferrari
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1986 Gerhard Berger, Benetton
1986 Gerhard Berger, Benetton
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1987 Nigel Mansell, Williams
1987 Nigel Mansell, Williams
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1988 Alain Prost, McLaren
1988 Alain Prost, McLaren
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1989 Ayrton Senna, McLaren
1989 Ayrton Senna, McLaren
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1990 Alain Prost, Ferrari
1990 Alain Prost, Ferrari
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1991 Riccardo Patrese, Williams
1991 Riccardo Patrese, Williams
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1992 Nigel Mansell, Williams
1992 Nigel Mansell, Williams
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2015 Nico Rosberg, Mercedes
2015 Nico Rosberg, Mercedes
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2016 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
2016 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
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2017 Max Verstappen, Red Bull
2017 Max Verstappen, Red Bull
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2018 Max Verstappen, Red Bull
2018 Max Verstappen, Red Bull
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2019: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
2019: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
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