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ICYMI: Behind the scenes in Mexico

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MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - OCTOBER 27: Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Renault Sport F1 waves to the

You can't be watching social media all the time, so let us help you catch up on some moments you may have missed over the Mexican Grand Prix weekend.

Quick, get that man a coffee!

His love of espresso is well known, and it seems Valtteri Bottas wasn't too impressed when he was told there was only decaf in the Mercedes motorhome...

Embracing the local delicacies

Look closely and it definitely appears one of the Red Bull boys is a lot happier with his creation than the other...

The latest flow-vis?

Gasly and Kvyat look a dab hand with the spray paint, but we're not sure what aerodynamic data the team can gather from applying flow-vis to their drivers...

A hundred races young

'The Viking' Kevin Magnussen was celebrating 100 Grands Prix in F1 in Mexico, but we're not sure that new race suit design will catch on...

F1 drivers, competitive?

As the Haas mechanics found out to their cost, Romain Grosjean doesn't understand the meaning of the word 'friendly'...

Styling it out

Carlos Sainz opted to show his support for Movember in Mexico, but sadly sporting the 'go faster' racing stripes on his face didn't help the Spaniard make it into the points...

Samoa Joe's career move

And based on McLaren's race, their new strategist really should stick to wrestling.

Don't worry, be happy

Despite the disappointment of a Renault double-disqualification in Japan, it's hard to keep the Aussie down for long...

From one fashionista to another

Meanwhile, it was hard to tell if Lewis Hamilton was incredulous, appalled or plain jealous of Ricciardo's flamboyant outfit on Sunday.

Carry them home?

Haas might be an American team, but they were embracing England's victory in the Rugby World Cup semi-final during their warm-ups this weekend.

Mexican party time

Dia de los Muertos might be a week away, but that didn't dampen the festival atmosphere in Mexico...

Spinning some tunes

Verstappen wasn't the only Dutchman making waves in Mexico, although the Red Bull star didn't manage quite the same smooth performance as the DJ maestro.

Spot the Mexican

Sergio Perez was in high demand after his 'best of the rest' antics at his home Grand Prix...

The ultimate compliment

Finally - and somewhat bizarrely - it would appear there is no end to Hamilton's talents, as his arch-rival Sebastian Vettel can attest...

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