Lewis Hamilton has won the 2016 Mexico Grand Prix his back to back win in last two weeks which cut the lead at top of the drivers championship to just 19 points with 2 races to go. Nico Rosberg finished second while Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was happy with a third place finish. Next grand prix will be in Brazil on 13th November.
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Formula 1 season moves to the last three races of the season and this weekend we will have Mexican Grand Prix from Friday, 28th October 2016 to Sunday, 30th October in Mexico City’s AUTÓDROMO HERMANOS RODRÍGUEZ circuit. The F1 drivers championship is finally poised with 26 points separating the Mercedes duo and we might well be in for a classic race this sunday.
Mexico Grand Prix 2016 Preview: Hamilton will be confident of his success going into the Sundays’s big race having finally win a grand prix after going 5 races without a win at his favourite circuit of the americas in Austin. He now sit only 26 points behind Rosberg and another convincing victory in Mexico will put him right back into the contention. However anything other than a win will surely end his chances of winning third consecutive F1 title.
Rosberg on the other hand finished Runnersup in Austin and he will be happy with the result. Another couple better results than Hamilton will win him his very first F1 title. So its all to play for as far as this weekend’s race is concerned.
As far as the circuit is concerned, Mercedes should dominate here and Hamilton showed great pace in Austin and he needs every bit of it in the remaining three races as margin of error has come down from low to none going into the last three races.
The first Mexico Grand Prix took place in 1963 and it has a long history maybe not as rich as some of the European venues but certainly one of the most intriguing places for F1 action.
Mexico Grand Prix Qualifying & Race Results: The race will be in the early hours of UK time with Channel4 and Skyf1 broadcasting the race live. if for some reason you missed the live action, you can always tune in here for latest results and full race replay after the chequered flag.