After the razzmatazz of the US Grand Prix last weekend, we move 900 miles south this week and several hundred metres higher in altitude for the Mexican Grand Prix. The rarefied air in Mexico City has been known to cause problems for the turbo engines in the last couple of years and this year doesn’t seem to be any different as we’re going to end up with another of those late season grids that you have to work out with a calculator, a spreadsheet and possibly pulling names out of a hat due to the number of engine penalties that are being handed out. So join us for a live blog of qualifying when we get to see who won’t be starting in what slot on the grid tomorrow!
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