There was an undoubted swagger to Max Verstappen as he cruised to his third F1 win on Sunday. Here are the team radio messages from the race.
The tangle between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton on the first lap in Mexico meant it was low-scoring round. Find out how you did.
Max Verstappen, Esteban Ocon and Kevin Magnussen were F1 Fanatic’s Star Performers of the Mexican Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Mexican Grand Prix weekend.
A furious Fernando Alonso repeatedly demanded Romain Grosjean be given a penalty during the Mexican Grand Prix. Here are the team radio highlights.
Outgoing champion Nico Rosberg has the third-shortest reign in F1 history after Lewis Hamilton’s win. Here’s the Mexican Grand Prix stats and facts.
Lewis Hamilton clinched the world championship despite coming to blows with Sebastian Vettel in Mexico – a clash which let Max Verstappen in to win.
Who was the best driver during the 2017 Mexican Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The Mexican Grand Prix was largely a one-stop strategy affair as usual. But the first-lap collision prompted a few novel strategies.
Did the Virtual Safety Car cost Esteban Ocon a podium finish and hand it to Kimi Raikkonen? Probably not – but the other Force India driver was unlucky.
Sebastian Vettel set a new lap record during the Mexican Grand Prix with a time which would almost have been quick enough for pole position last year.
Lewis Hamilton is now un-catchable at the top of the 2019 F1 drivers’ standings. His Mercedes team has already won the constructors’ championship.
Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix following a first-lap tangle between championship contenders Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.
Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton secured the drivers championship after he and rival Sebastian Vettel clashed on the opening lap.
What did you think of today’s race? Share your verdict on the 2017 Mexican Grand Prix.
The 2017 Mexican Grand Prix in pictures.
Lewis Hamilton is poised to wrap up the title but Mercedes have serious competition for once in Mexico from both Ferrari and Red Bull.
Renault has taken the biggest step forward at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, lapping the track almost three-and-a-half seconds faster than they did last year.
Max Verstappen’s team told him an energy deployment error account for some, but not all, of the reason why Sebastian Vettel beat him to pole position.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2017 Mexican Grand Prix.