With Max Verstappen first and team mate Sergio Perez third, it was a very good day for Red Bull at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. But both men also added their names to the record books, one with an historic hat-trick, the other with the first home podium for a Mexican. Here are the details, plus a few more interesting numbers…

    • Verstappen is the first 3-time winner in Mexico, having been tied before today with four legendary names: Jim Clark, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell and Lewis Hamilton.

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    • Verstappen also surpassed Clark to become the all-time lap leader on this track.

    • It was the 3rd consecutive race where Verstappen has increased his championship lead.

    • This year Verstappen has won in Mexico, at the Red Bull Ring (twice) and at Spa-Francorchamps, the 3 highest-altitude venues visited so far – another lofty track awaits next weekend, with Interlagos in Brazil.

    • Each of the 5 times Hamilton has finished 2nd on the road this season it has been behind Verstappen (he was promoted to 2nd by Sebastian Vettel’s disqualification in Hungary).

    Pierre Gasly put his AlphaTauri in front of both Ferraris to take P4

    • Sergio Perez has now finished on the podium in 3 consecutive races, the first time he has done so in his F1 career.

    • Before Perez today, no Mexican had led a lap or finished on the podium in his home race.

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    • Verstappen-Hamilton-Perez is the same podium order for the 2nd consecutive race.

    • For the 3rd time in the last 4 Mexico races, the margin of victory was over 15 seconds.

    • By securing the fastest lap on the last lap, Valtteri Bottas kept Mercedes in the lead of the constructors' championship by 1 point.

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    • Red Bull engine suppliers Honda won at the same track on which they scored their first-ever victory in 1965 with Richie Ginther.

    • Pierre Gasly’s P4 was AlphaTauri’s best-ever result at this venue. Their previous best, when the team was known as Minardi, was Gianni Morbidelli’s P7 in 1991.

    • It was Gasly’s 3rd top-4 finish of 2021.

    • There were 3 Honda-powered cars in the top-4 today.

    An 18-point haul for Ferrari lifted them above rivals McLaren

    • Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was 5th today, after finishing 4th in the last 2 races (and 4th in Mexico last time out in 2019).

    • Team mate Carlos Sainz took P6 – his first-ever points finish in Mexico – to extend his point-scoring streak to 11 races in a row.

    • Ferrari move into 3rd in the constructors' championship today ahead of McLaren,

    • Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel took P7. Aside from the washed-out Belgian Grand Prix, this was his best result since his podium in Baku (he was disqualified from 2nd in Hungary).

    • Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen has now finished 8th twice in the last 4 races, having previously not managed any top-8 finishes since 2019.

    • Fernando Alonso’s P9 was his best-ever finish in Mexico, and his Alpine team have only failed to score once in the last 17 races (last time out in Austin).

    • Lando Norris finished in P10 for what was only the 6th point scored by McLaren in Mexico since the country returned to the F1 calendar in 2015.

    • Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi finished 11th for the 3rd consecutive race.