Top ten pictures from the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix

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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix weekend.


Mexico welcomed F1 back after a 23-year absence

Foro Sol stadium

The best stadium in F1? Mexico’s Foro Sol

Sergio Perez

Home hero Sergio Perez was mobbed – especially on the driver parade


From a standing start drivers faced the longest sprint to turn one of the year – almost a kilometre

Max Verstappen

After heading one practice session and planting his car in a barrier in another, Max Verstappen reached Q3 and netted more points

Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg withstood intense pressure from Lewis Hamilton to win

Kimi Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari sits at the side of the track after another clash with Valtteri Bottas

Felipe Nasr

Felipe Nasr parked up with smoking brakes

Valtteri Bottas

The podium was set up in the Foro Sol stadium, making for a unique atmosphere

Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg said he “felt like a rock star” after winning the Mexico’s first F1 race since 1992

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9 comments on “Top ten pictures from the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix”

  1. The race may not have been that exciting, but Mexican gp crowd was really awesome. Probably the best I’ve ever seen in a gp weekend. Wish we had such crowd in every race .

    1. @mjf1fan In comparison the British, Belgian and Spanish crowd certainly are the same, we’re just less South American.

      1. @xtwl I will include Italian fans as well in that list you mentioned and you will find such crowd mostly on traditional/old tracks. They are definitely from different nationality and cultures but one thing is common among them and that is – They are die hard fans of F1.

        1. @mjf1fan Obviously, how could I forget the Italians. I agree, they are all die-hard fans, just not so loud if you like.

    2. Completely agree, and I don’t think this was just because it was the first race, lots of people mentioned how other races also had over 100k the first year and went downhill after but the difference here is that there is already a huge fan base for racing, instead off trying to “create” it from scratch which never works.

  2. Maybe Monza’s podium is no longer the best podium in the calendar.

  3. This track looks fine.

  4. thinking about that long run down to turn 1 – rosberg did incredibly well to resist hamilton, much as he did in sochi. maybe he’s turned a corner in terms of wheel to wheel racing?

    1. Liam McShane (@)
      4th November 2015, 12:29

      I’m sorry but all he had to do was stick to one side of the track. Very little skill required to do that. Other than that he didn’t really have to do anything but maintain the gap to Hamilton.

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