Bottas tops Mercedes front-row lockout in Mexico: qualifying results and highlights

Championship leader Max Verstappen and home hero Sergio Perez came third and fourth

By F1total.ca staff
@F1total_ca

Bottas’ 1.15:875s lap time awarded him the pole position for Sunday’s race in Mexico (Photo: Valtteri Bottas/Twitter)

Valtteri Bottas led a Mercedes front-row lockout by setting a 1.15:875s lap in Mexico City on Saturday, going 0.145s faster than teammate Lewis Hamilton.

Championship leader Max Verstappen and home hero Sergio Perez came third and fourth. Canadian Lance Stroll crashed in the FP1 and caused a red flag to be deployed.

Watch the highlights of Saturday’s qualifying session in Mexico City here and see the full results below.

The correct starting order for Sunday’s Mexican GP, with engine-related grid penalties applied, is below.

The Mexico City Grand Prix at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit is set for Sunday at 2 PM EST, 11 AM Pacific Time


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