The Mexican Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Channel 4 F1 commentator Ben Edwards.Continue reading
Mario Achi, ‘handbag land’ and VB longnecks – there isn’t an angle of the Mexican Grand Prix we don’t cover in our race review (Lewis Hamilton won).
Lewis Hamilton has recovered from a first-lap crash and floor damage to win Mercedes’s 100th grand prix victory and put one hand on the drivers championship.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton captured a flawless strategic victory at the Mexican Grand Prix to deliver Mercedes its 100th grand prix victory and put himself one race away from claiming a sixth world championship.Continue reading on RACER 🔗
Ferrari will lock out the front row of the grid at the Mexican Grand Prix but it was Max Verstappen who controversially set the fastest lap.Continue reading
Max Verstappen has beaten Ferrari to pole at the Mexican Grand Prix despite the Dutchman appearing to ignore yellow flags on his final lap.Continue reading
Max Verstappen claimed a controversial second pole position of the season by beating both Ferrari drivers in qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix.Continue reading on RACER 🔗
Did you win a pair of Heel Tread motorsport socks for filling in our listener survey? Has F1 finally done a deal to race in Miami? Is the 2019 season almost over? The answer to some of these questions in this week’s Mexican GP preview.
Somehow both Rob and Michael decide to have a ‘rostered show off’, so Peter is running the good ship Box of Neutrals without any form of drivers or boat licence. Meanwhile Michael plays foreign correspondent and catches up with crash.net’s Luke Smith from a park in Mexico City.
Trailing home fourth and almost 80 seconds behind the leader doesn’t sound like the drive of a champion, but such is the job Lewis Hamilton had done up to the Mexican Grand Prix that it was more than enough to earn him the Formula One world championship.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton finally wins the 2018 world championship, and I discuss with Luke Smith how he did it with his worst race performance of the season.
Sebastian Vettel says losing the world championship to Lewis Hamilton was “a horrible moment” but has praised the Briton as the better performer in 2018.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton has won his fifth world championship after Max Verstappen beat Sebastian Vettel to victory at the Mexican Grand Prix.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton has won the 2018 drivers world championship after Max Verstappen beat vanquished title rival Sebastian Vettel to victory at the Mexican Grand Prix.Continue reading on RACER 🔗
Lewis Hamilton has won a rare fifth world championship after a difficult drive to fifth at the Mexican Grand Prix, vanquishing title rival Sebastian Vettel with two rounds still to run.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton is primed to claim the 2018 drivers championship in the Mexican Grand Prix, but Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is adamant his team should focus on the race rather than the title.Continue reading
Force India is pinning its hopes of a strong points finish on severe tyre degradation at the Mexican Grand Prix, which it will start from outside the top 10.Continue reading
Polesitter Daniel Ricciardo and teammate Max Verstappen have dismissed the spectre of their infamous Azerbaijan crash ahead of what is likely to be a head-to-head battle for victory at the Mexican Grand Prix.Continue reading