Charles Leclerc will start from pole position for the Mexico City Grand Prix after he and Ferrari stunned Red Bull and Max Verstappen.
The Monégasque driver set the benchmark in Q3 and is joined on the front row of the grid by teammate Carlos Sainz, with Verstappen only third.
Ahead of the race weekend, there was concern over the effects Hurricane Otis could have had on Mexico City, even though the worst-hit region in the country was along the coast.
But such worries have not materialised, with high heat and sun expected for the race.
Thanks to our friends at Weeronline.nl, we have the latest update: "In Mexico, the race starts at 13:00. There will be sunshine and it will remain dry. There is no more than a weak northerly wind, with the temperature rising to 27 degrees Celsius."