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Formula 1

Should Mercedes worry after Verstappen's untouchable performance in Mexico?

Max Verstappen extended his championship lead in Mexico with a dominant display at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. Should Mercedes start to worry with four races remaining?

Verstappen win Mexico
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The Mexico City Grand Prix at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez was won in dominant fashion by Red Bull's Max Verstappen, after a tremendous first-lap overtake from the young Dutchman.

With Verstappen and Red Bull coming out on top to lead the Drivers' Championship by 19 points and trail Mercedes by just a solitary point in the Constructors', it's all to play for with just four races remaining.

Could Mercedes have done anything differently to stop Verstappen at the start of the race? Just how impressive was Verstappen when he pulled off that double overtake to storm into the lead?

Analysing the Mexico City GP are Formula 1 journalists Dieter Rencken, Mike Seymour and Thomas Maher, who also talk about Red Bull's terse reaction to Yuki Tsunoda's qualifying faux pas, and the immense Ferrari versus McLaren battle.

The RacingNews365 podcast also chats about some of the latest gossip regarding new circuit deals, as well as whether Antonio Giovinazzi's time in Formula 1 is up as he fights for his seat.

All these topics and more on the new RacingNews365 podcast!

F1 2021 Mexico City Grand Prix RN365 News dossier

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