Mexican GP (2021)

05 Nov - 07 Nov
Event finished

F1 Grand Prix practice results: Verstappen fastest in Mexico City

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was fastest on the opening day of Mexico City Grand Prix practice at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, the 18th round of the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship.

F1 Mexican GP: Verstappen beats Bottas to lead second practice

Max Verstappen set the pace for Red Bull on Friday afternoon in Mexico, beating Mercedes Formula 1 drivers Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton to the top spot in second practice.

Tost explains Albon F1 weekend support of Tsunoda at AlphaTauri

AlphaTauri Formula 1 rookie Yuki Tsunoda is receiving help and advice from Red Bull reserve Alex Albon in a bid to help him make further progress.

Hamilton handed reprimand for Mexico FP1 track limits breach

Lewis Hamilton has been handed a reprimand for his track limits breach in Mexico during the opening Formula 1 practice session at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

F1 Mexican GP: Bottas tops opening practice from Hamilton and Verstappen

Valtteri Bottas led Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes 1-2 in FP1 for Formula 1’s 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, with championship leader Max Verstappen third for Red Bull.

Tsunoda, Stroll set for back of the grid start at Mexican GP after engine changes

Yuki Tsunoda and Lance Stroll will take grid penalties for power unit changes, meaning they will start from the back of the grid for the Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix.

Hamilton to be investigated over Mexican GP FP1 track limits

Lewis Hamilton faces an investigation by the Formula 1 race stewards in Mexico after failing to adhere to track limits in opening practice on Friday morning.

F1 Mexican Grand Prix Live Commentary and Updates - FP1 & FP2

Live commentary and updates on Friday practice for Formula 1's Mexican Grand Prix at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

The university students at the heart of Mercedes’ F1 operations

Whenever Lewis Hamilton or Valtteri Bottas taste success in Formula 1, both drivers are quick to credit the collective team effort of everyone at Mercedes.

Leclerc: Ferrari’s Monaco aero bodes well for Mexican GP demands

Charles Leclerc says the success of the high-downforce package Ferrari used in Monaco increases the Scuderia’s chances in Formula 1’s 2021 Mexican race, where it is set to appear again.

Norris: McLaren F1 constructors fight with Ferrari getting "tense"

McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris has admitted the fight with Ferrari for third in the constructors' championship behind Mercedes and Red Bull is getting "tense".

Vettel: Red Bull shouldn't use "bad" team orders on Perez

Sebastian Vettel thinks Sergio Perez should not face Red Bull team orders in Formula 1’s Mexican Grand Prix if he has a chance of winning his home race.

Verstappen: Growing F1 points lead won’t change Hamilton approach

Max Verstappen says his growing points lead in the Formula 1 title race won’t change his approach when racing wheel-to-wheel against rival Lewis Hamilton.

Hamilton: Important to keep respect in Verstappen F1 title fight

Lewis Hamilton says respect must remain “at the core of everything” during his Formula 1 title fight with Max Verstappen to avoid making their battle personal.

Alonso: F1 radio comments not "frustration" but about ensuring racing is "fair"

Fernando Alonso insists his race-radio comments about controversial incidents in Formula 1’s 2021 season – including his Austin Alfa Romeo clashes – are not “frustration” but about things being “fair”.

Perez: No point discussing team orders scenario with Red Bull yet

Sergio Perez thinks there is no point in speaking to his Red Bull Formula 1 bosses about potential team orders in his home Mexican Grand Prix until the eve of the race.

Why Mexico's reduced air density should favour a Red Bull F1 victory

Red Bull will arrive at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez as favourites to win Formula 1's Mexican Grand Prix, considering its strong form at the circuit.

Why social media backlash isn't swaying F1 on sprint race future

Feedback to Formula 1's introduction of sprint races in the echo chamber of social media has largely been lukewarm to negative. But that won't stop F1 bosses pressing on with its plans, with Ross Brawn hoping that it can continue to attract a younger demographic without switching off F1's hardcore base

Perez: Red Bull could face ‘complicated’ team orders call in Mexican GP

Sergio Perez says he and Red Bull could face a ‘complicated’ team orders call in Formula 1’s Mexican Grand Prix in a bid to help Max Verstappen’s title push.

How F1 has opened the door to $1 billion team values

With growing audiences, increasing values and the introduction of a cost cap, Formula 1 could be entering a golden era when owning a team finally becomes a profitable business.

Alpine: We need to “do better” to beat AlphaTauri to fifth

Alpine executive director Marcin Budkowski says that the team needs to “do better” if it is to beat AlphaTauri to fifth place in the Formula 1 World Championship.

Could F1's 'kingmakers' tradition impact the 2021 title battle?

OPINION: The nail-biting Formula 1 title battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton has been billed as a straight fight between the two best drivers on the grid. It may not be as simple as let the best man win, as history tells us that a number of others on the grid could have a say in the world title destiny

New manufacturers shouldn’t get free pass to win, says Wolff

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says new manufacturers should not be given a free pass to guaranteed success in Formula 1 as talks continue about future engine rules.

Ferrari: Mexico track a boost in F1 battle with McLaren

Ferrari is hopeful that the high altitude of Mexico will give it even more of an edge over McLaren in their Formula 1 constructors' championship fight.

Why Stroll believes his “de-risked” Aston masterplan is feasible

Within five years, Aston Martin plans to challenge for the world championship. It's a goal easily stated, if somewhat more challenging to achieve. But do you want to argue with Lawrence Stroll? STUART CODLING meets the man with the plan

F1 researching wet weather racing solutions after Spa rain chaos

The Formula 1 organisation and the FIA are actively engaged in a project to improve the prospects of racing in the rain in the future.

Why McLaren's 'young Montoya' has an eye on F1

Much of the attention in the end-of-season Abu Dhabi rookie test will be focused around the first view of emerging IndyCar star Patricio O'Ward in a Formula 1 car. McLaren boss Zak Brown is keen not to put too much pressure on the 22-year-old, but even if it leads no further, it will be a tantalising development both for F1 and IndyCar

Mercedes should be stronger in Mexico with "optimised" F1 engine

Valtteri Bottas believes Mercedes should be stronger than in recent years in Formula 1's Mexican Grand Prix this weekend, having "optimised" its power unit.

Williams: Mexico and Brazil altitude won’t cause F1 engine reliability worries

Williams does not believe the higher altitude of the upcoming Formula 1 races in Mexico and Brazil should cause greater concern about the reliability of the Mercedes engines.

F1 to continue double yellow flag lap deletions at Mexican GP

FIA Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says the double yellow flag lap time deletion process will be used again at the Mexican Grand Prix.

2021 F1 Mexican GP – how to watch, session timings and more

Formula 1 makes a belated comeback to Mexico City for the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend, the 18th round of the 2021 season on the 5-7 November.