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F1 NATION: A record-breaking 14th win of the season for Max Verstappen – it's our Mexico City GP review

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Max Verstappen sealed a record-breaking 14th victory of his stellar 2022 campaign at this weekend’s Mexico City Grand Prix and the latest episode of the F1 Nation podcast looks back on an exciting weekend at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

Host Tom Clarkson, Australian broadcaster Sam Power and F1’s expert tech illustrator Giorgio Piola explore why Verstappen and Red Bull won so dominantly, as they held off the challenge of a resurgent Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton on Sunday.

Also, on this week's agenda, the crew look back on Mercedes’ impressive performance over the weekend, as the Silver Arrows came close to their first win of the season, and they also analyse what became a tough weekend for Ferrari.

READ MORE: 6 Winners and 5 Losers from the Mexico City Grand Prix – Who left the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on a high?

Joining the gang this week is an exciting roster of guests that include Mercedes’ Chief Strategist James Vowles, McLaren Team Principal Andreas Seidl, and Sergio Perez’s jubilant father Antonio.

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Meanwhile, two legends of Mexican motorsport in Jo Ramirez – McLaren team manager in the days of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost – and Adrián Fernández – a racing driver who supported Sergio Perez during his karting days – join the gang to reflect on this weekend’s action.

MONDAY MORNING DEBRIEF: How cunning strategy allowed us to see Ricciardo back at his best in Mexico

Plus, Mexico’s IndyCar star Pato O’Ward, and Formula 2’s Jack Doohan – who made his Formula 1 practice debut in Mexico with Alpine – stop by to talk about their potential futures in the sport.

Listen to the latest episode of F1 Nation in the player above or head here to catch it on your favourite provider.

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