Perez gave Verstappen slipstream: "It didn't work"
Sergio Perez appeared disappointed in front of the camera after the qualifying session for the Grand Prix of Mexico. The 31-year-old had hoped to be on the front row of the grid alongside Max Verstappen, but he was disappointed on Saturday.
6 Nov 22:11 · GPblog.com
Lewis Hamilton's demand of Mercedes after latest Max Verstappen failure
Hamilton finished second in the Mexican Grand Prix, but was once again beaten by F1 rival Verstappen and fell further behind in the title race
8 Nov 13:44 · Irish Mirror
F1 Mexican GP: Perez fastest from Verstappen in Red Bull FP3 1-2
Sergio Perez led Max Verstappen as Red Bull dominated final practice for Formula 1’s 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton finished third, but was a massive 0.6-seconds behind Perez.
6 Nov 18:11 · Autosport
Max Verstappen increases lead over Lewis Hamilton with victory in Mexico City Grand Prix
"There's still a long way to go," Verstappen said. "It's of course looking good, but also it can turn around very quickly."
8 Nov 02:44 · The Japan Times
Max Verstappen increases title lead over Lewis Hamilton with victory in Mexico
Verstappen is now 19 points ahead with just four races remaining.
7 Nov 21:00 · Shropshire Star
Lewis Hamilton clinging onto title hopes after Max Verstappen coasts in Mexico
Red Bull driver rewarded for brave start with a sizeable winning margin of 16.5 seconds
7 Nov 21:19 · The Irish Times
F1: Verstappen Beats Hamilton To Win Mexican GP, Perez Finishes On Podium
Verstappen took a dominant win over Hamilton in the 2021 Mexican GP extending his lead over Hamilton, while Sergio Perez finished on the podium in what was his home race.
8 Nov 08:13 · carandbike
Verstappen wins in Mexico Grand Prix
Mexico City, Nov 8: Red Bull earned itself one heck of a Formula One fiesta. Max Verstappen won the Mexico City Grand Prix with a dominant race Sunday to stretch his season championship lead over Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. Teammate Sergio Perez was the first Mexican driver in race history to not just lead the […]
8 Nov 20:09 · The Shillong Times
This is Tsunoda's reaction after hindering Verstappen and Perez
Yuki Tsunoda was criticised by Max Verstappen, Helmut Marko and Christian Horner after the qualifying session for the Mexican Grand Prix. Nobody in the Red Bull Racing camp understands what Tsunoda was doing in the closing stages of Q3.
6 Nov 22:52 · GPblog.com
Verstappen outpaces Hamilton to win Formula 1 Mexico Grand Prix
Red Bull driver extends championship lead over Mercedes man, who finishes second
7 Nov 21:10 · Gulf News
‘Far superior’ Verstappen outpaces Hamilton to win Mexico Grand Prix
MEXICO CITY, Nov 8 — Max Verstappen cruised to victory at the Mexico Grand Prix on Sunday leaving defending champion Lewis Hamilton to admit the Red Bull car “is far superior”. Hamilton clung on to finish second in his Mercedes holding off a late charge from Red Bull’s Mexican driver Sergio...
7 Nov 23:11 · Malaymail
'Far superior' Verstappen outpaces Hamilton to win Mexico Grand Prix
MAX Verstappen cruised to victory at the Mexico Grand Prix on Sunday leaving defending champion Lewis Hamilton to admit the Red Bull car "is far superior".
8 Nov 00:00 · The Namibian
'Far superior' Verstappen outpaces Hamilton to win Mexico Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton clung on to finish second in his Mercedes holding off a late charge from Red Bull’s Mexican driver Sergio Perez.
8 Nov 00:00 · ewn.co.za
Max Verstappen cruises to victory in Mexico City
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen extends his Championship lead with victory in Sunday's Mexico City Grand Prix.
7 Nov 23:12 · Sports Mole
Verstappen dominates F1 Mexico City GP; Hamilton distant second
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took a big step towards the 2021 Formula One World Championship with a dominant win in the Mexico City Grand Prix, with title rival Lewis Hamilton a distant second.
8 Nov 09:43 · Nagalandpost
Verstappen rues "destroyed" Mexico pole attempt after Perez/Tsunoda off
Max Verstappen rued losing his 'destroyed' final lap in Mexico Formula 1 qualifying after being forced to back out due to cars in front of him going off.
6 Nov 21:50 · Autosport
Perez has explanation for P4: 'Verstappen got my rear wing after FP3'
Sergio Perez seemed to have strong pace all weekend, but during qualifying it didn't go quite as planned. The Mexican does have an explanation for this, however. Before qualifying Red Bull Racing's mechanics were working on the rear wings of both cars and Perez believes this is the reason for his slightly slow qualifying.
7 Nov 14:26 · GPblog.com
Max Verstappen wins Mexico City Grand Prix, extends F1 title lead
Verstappen earned his ninth win of the season, second in a row and third career victory in Mexico City. The 24-year-old Dutchman is chasing his first career championship.
7 Nov 16:11 · Autoblog
Marko happy with Verstappen and Perez: 'It gave a lot of stress'.
Helmut Marko is obviously very happy with the Mexican Grand Prix. Max Verstappen won the race convincingly and Sergio Perez also scored important points in the battle for the constructors' championship. Marko talks about the race of Red Bull Racing.
7 Nov 21:53 · GPblog.com
Max Verstappen breaks Ayrton Senna’s 33-year-old record with his recent win in Mexico
Max Verstappen smashes Ayrton Senna’s record longing for 33 years with his recent win in the Mexican Grand Prix last Sunday.Max Verstappen gave a terrific performance in the recent Mexican Grand Prix. However, little it was known the Dutchman would overtake Ayrton’s Senna’s three-decades-old record.Verstappen has registered his ninth win of this season for Red Bull with an engine powered by Honda with his recent victory. Whereas, Senna in 1998 recorded eight wins in a single season with a Honda season. Meanwhile, Verstappen broke Alain Prost’s same record of the same year with his win in the United States Grand Prix. Despite Honda’s recurring appearances in F1, nobody managed to break this record.The following best from this Honda’s all-time list is Nigel Mansell, with six wins for Williams. Therefore, the Dutchman has just administered himself in a highly prestigious list. Also read: Lewis Hamilton does not want a possible Ayrton Senna-Alain Prost situation with Max Verstappen in final raceWill Max Verstappen…
8 Nov 17:21 · The SportsRush
F1 Mexico City GP: Untouchable Max Verstappen wins to extend points lead
Max Verstappen cruised to a dominant victory in the Mexico City Grand Prix to boost his Formula 1 world championship bid, as Lewis Hamilton fended off Sergio Perez for second.
7 Nov 20:46 · Crash
F1 Finish Line: Verstappen dominates in Mexico as Red Bull closes in on Mercedes
Max Verstappen's pace was too much for Lewis Hamilton to overcome as he had another dominant performance to win the Mexican Grand Prix as Red Bull closed in on Mercedes in the Formula 1 constructor's standings.
7 Nov 18:10 · Sportsnet.ca
Sergio Perez leads Red Bull one-two in Mexico FP3
Red Bull stamped their authority on the Mexican Grand Prix weekend as Sergio Perez topped FP3 in Mexico City, with Red Bull dominating FP3 ahead of qualifying later today.
6 Nov 17:43 · GPblog.com
F1 World Championship standings | Verstappen extends lead over Hamilton
Max Verstappen did himself a good service during the Mexican Grand Prix by crossing the finish line first. With the victory, he now has a 19 point lead over Lewis Hamilton.
7 Nov 21:14 · GPblog.com
Did the 2021 Formula One title just become Max Verstappen's to lose?
Max Verstappen seems to be on an unstoppable march to his first Formula One title. Laurence Edmondson analyses whether Lewis Hamilton has any chance of stopping him without a retirement in the final four races.
8 Nov 11:33 · ESPN
Mexico City Grand Prix | Verstappen wins to stretch F1 lead
Seven-times world champion Hamilton was second for Mercedes, holding off Red Bull's Sergio Perez who became the first Mexican to stand on his home podium
7 Nov 22:02 · The Hindu
Hamilton’s crown slipping as Verstappen increases pressure
It may still be a little early to proclaim “The king is dead, long live the king” but after Max Verstappen’s win in Sunday’s Mexico Grand Prix, the coronation of the Dutchman looks more and more likely. For the last four seasons and for six of the last seven years, Lewis Hamilton has ruled the...
8 Nov 15:10 · Times of Malta
Hamilton’s crown slipping as Verstappen increases pressure
MEXICO CITY, Nov 8 — It may still be a little early to proclaim “The king is dead, long live the king” but after Max Verstappen’s win in yesterday’s Mexico Grand Prix, the coronation of the Dutchman looks more and more likely. For the last four seasons and for six of the last seven years,...
8 Nov 14:37 · Malaymail
Hamilton's crown slipping as Verstappen increases pressure
It may still be a little early to proclaim "The king is dead, long live the king" but after Max Verstappen's win in Sunday's Mexico Grand Prix, the coronation of the Dutchman looks more and more likely. For the last four seasons and for six of the last seven years,…
8 Nov 21:00 · Japan Today
Verstappen dominates Mexican GP and opens significant Championship lead
Max Verstappen has won the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix and gives himself a significant 19 point lead over Lewis Hamilton in the World Championship going into the final four rounds of the season. Starting from third, Verstappen managed to get ahead of both Mercedes drivers at turn one to ensure their shock only lasted one day in Mexico. A quality drive from the home favourite gave Red Bull driver a chance for P2 but Hamilton was able to hold on to stop the damage growing.
7 Nov 20:42 · GPblog.com
Verstappen: F1 championship situation is "looking good"
Max Verstappen says the Formula 1 championship situation is ‘looking good’ for him after the Mexican Grand Prix, but he is mindful of how quickly things can turn around.
7 Nov 21:20 · Autosport
Sergio Perez tops practice time sheets as Lewis Hamilton toils in Mexico City
Qualifying begins later at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
6 Nov 19:05 · The42
Verstappen wins in Mexico to extend championship lead to 19 points
Max Verstappen stretched his lead over Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One season championship with a dominant victory Sunday at the Mexico City Grand Prix, and Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez finished third to become the first Mexican driver to reach the podium in the history of the race.
7 Nov 16:12 · Sportsnet.ca
Verstappen wins in Mexico to extend F1 championship lead
Red Bull's Max Verstappen celebrated a dominant win in the Mexico City Grand Prix to surge 19 points clear of Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One championship with four races remaining.
7 Nov 22:18 · RNZ
Verstappen takes Senna's record away with victory in Mexico
Max Verstappen already broke quite a few records in his Formula 1 career and his victory in the Mexican Grand Prix added a new record to his name. The Dutchman now holds the record for the most wins in one season with a Honda engine.
8 Nov 11:12 · GPblog.com
Verstappen wins in Mexico City to stretch F1 lead
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen celebrated a dominant win in the Mexico City Grand Prix on Sunday to surge 19 points clear of Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One championship with four races remaining.
7 Nov 00:00 · TORONTO SUN
Hamilton's dreams of record-breaking 8th world title hanging by a thread as Verstappen wins Mexico Grand Prix
The British star is now 19 points behind his rival.
7 Nov 21:13 · The42
Footage of Red Bull celebrating after Verstappen's victory
Red Bull Racing scored their tenth win of the season in Mexico, ninth for Max Verstappen. Sergio Perez's third place in his home race added to the celebrations. The team is now just one point behind Mercedes in the Constructors' Championship.
8 Nov 13:51 · GPblog.com
Hamilton apologises to Perez: "Big ups Checo"
Although Lewis Hamilton had to acknowledge Max Verstappen and his Red Bull as his superior in Mexico, the Briton did manage to keep Sergio Perez behind him. His statements about Perez after the race were not what he intended. Hamilton apologises.
8 Nov 18:16 · GPblog.com
Verstappen wins Mexican Grand Prix; extends lead in F1 title chase
Max Verstappen stretched his lead over Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One season championship with a dominant victory Sunday at the Mexico City Grand Prix, and Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez finished third to become the first Mexican driver to reach the podium in the history of the race. Verstappen,…
7 Nov 20:12 · Japan Today
Verstappen Wins With Bold First Corner Overtake In Mexico City
Max Verstappen took the lead from third with a three-wide maneuver
7 Nov 22:20 · Jalopnik
Ratings | Verstappen supreme in Mexico, Ricciardo disappoints McLaren
Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix and of course that deserves a good score. As is the case after every race weekend, GPblog will give marks to the drivers for their performance during the last GP. Who was on top form and who failed?
8 Nov 08:13 · GPblog.com
Horner remains hopeful in Mexico: 'Verstappen starts on the clean side'
Although Red Bull Racing had a disappointing qualifying session with Max Verstappen finishing in P3 and Sergio Perez in P4, team principal Christian Horner expects them to make up places on the grid and challenge Mercedes.
7 Nov 13:30 · GPblog.com
World title 'inevitable' for Verstappen - Ricciardo
It is "inevitable" that Max Verstappen will eventually be world champion.
8 Nov 08:02 · Sports Mole
F1 Mexico City GP: Sergio Perez fronts dominant Red Bull 1-2 in final practice
Home hero Sergio Perez led a dominant Red Bull 1-2 ahead of Formula 1 teammate Max Verstappen in final practice at the Mexico City Grand Prix.
6 Nov 18:19 · Crash
F1 Mexico City GP: Hamilton clarifies post-race Bottas and Perez comments
Lewis Hamilton has moved to clarify post-race comments he made about Mercedes Formula 1 teammate Valtteri Bottas and Sergio Perez following Sunday’s Mexico City Grand Prix.
8 Nov 18:29 · Crash
Verstappen isn't relaxing yet in title fight: "Long way to go"
Saturday was not the best in Mexico for Red Bull Racing and Max Verstappen, but they take home the bulk of the points a day later. The start was perfect, the pit stop was perfect and with the job was done at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriquez. The World Championship leader extended his lead by seven points to Lewis Hamilton, who finished second. Verstappen couldn't be happier.
7 Nov 20:56 · GPblog.com
Verstappen on successful start: 'I knew exactly where to brake'
Max Verstappen came out on top during the Mexican Grand Prix. The Dutchman thus increased his lead in the world championship. Afterwards, Verstappen could do nothing but be satisfied.
7 Nov 21:58 · GPblog.com
Lewis Hamilton says Red Bull were too fast for Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton said his Mercedes was no match for Max Verstappen's Red Bull after his dream of a record eighth Formula One championship slipped further from his grasp in Mexico City on Sunday.
8 Nov 04:56 · TimesLIVE
Horner stresses importance of Verstappen win: "Great result"
Max Verstappen has won the Mexican Grand Prix in dominant fashion. The Dutchman went past both Mercedes drivers in the first corner already and grabbed a large lead during the race. Christian Horner is very pleased with the victory of his Dutch driver, as well as that he is happy to see Sergio Perez on the podium.
7 Nov 21:18 · GPblog.com