F1 grid right this moment: Beginning positions for Mexico Grand Prix

Max Verstappen claimed pole place for Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix after beating George Russell and Lewis Hamilton to high spot.

A day after his Pink Bull workforce had been fined £6million for breaching Formulation One’s monetary guidelines, Verstappen delivered an outstanding lap within the breathless Mexico Metropolis air to take the qualifying spoils.

Russell completed second, 0.304 seconds behind Verstappen, with Hamilton 0.309 secs additional again. Residence favorite Sergio Perez will line up in fourth forward of the 811-metre stampede to the opening nook for Sunday’s race on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

Hamilton completed runner-up to Verstappen eventually weekend’s United States Grand Prix earlier than promptly ruling out any hope of ending the marketing campaign with a victory, and holding his document of profitable at the least one race of each season he has competed in alive.

Right here is all the things it is advisable to know.

What’s the race schedule?

(Time in GMT)

Sunday 30 October

F1 returns to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico Metropolis

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How can I watch it on-line and on TV?

The complete race schedule from can be broadcast reside on Sky Sports activities F1 and Sky Sports activities Most important Occasion. Highlights can be aired on Channel 4 at 1:05am on Monday morning.

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What’s the beginning grid?

1. Max Verstappen

2. George Russell

3. Lewis Hamilton

4. Sergio Perez

5. Carlos Sain

6. Valtteri Bottas

7. Charles Leclerc

8. Lando Norris

9. Fernando Alonso

10. Esteban Ocon

11. Daniel Ricciardo

12. Zhou Guanyu

13. Yuki Tsunoda

14. Pierre Gasly

15. Mick Schumacher

16. Sebastian Vettel

17. Alex Albon

18. Nicholas Latifi

19. Kevin Magnussen

20. Lance Stroll

Present driver standings

1. Max Verstappen (C) – 391 factors

2. Charles Leclerc – 267 factors

3. Sergio Perez – 265 factors

4. George Russell – 218 factors

5. Carlos Sainz – 202 factors

6. Lewis Hamilton – 198 factors

7. Lando Norris – 109 factors

8. Esteban Ocon – 79 factors

9. Fernando Alonso – 65 factors

10. Valtteri Bottas – 46 factors

11. Sebastian Vettel – 38 factors

12. Daniel Ricciardo -29 factors

13. Kevin Magnussen – 26 factors

14. Pierre Gasly – 23 factors

15. Lance Stroll – 13 factors

16. Yuki Tsunoda – 13 factors

17. Mick Schumacher – 12 factors

18. Guanyu Zhou – 6 factors

19. Alex Albon – 4 factors

20. Nicholas Latifi – 2 factors

21. Nyck de Vries – 2 factors

22. Nico Hulkenberg – 0 factors

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