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It's lights out and away we go in Mexico...

And a home race fiasco for Sergio Perez saw the Mexican veteran crash at the first corner.

While the flag fell with an all too familiar Max Verstappen victory, behind the dominant Dutchman, followed a fiery contingent at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. Lewis Hamilton delivered another remarkable drive, marked by an exceptional move past Leclerc to finish second, setting up a showdown with Sergio Perez for runner up in the Championship. At least a sliver of excitement remains for the upcoming three races.

McLaren's Lando Norris stormed through the field, aggressively finishing 5th from 17th on the grid, while Charles Leclerc finished third for Ferrari. A high-speed Kevin Magnussen crash halted the race midway, but Max Verstappen's stranglehold over this season continued, leading every lap.

A 51st career victory takes him fourth in Formula One history. Meanwhile, for his teammate, Sergio Perez, it was another shocker. The scrutiny over his seat remains as the season draws to a close, and with Daniel Ricciardo among others waiting in the wings, there is much jeopardy around his seat.

With three races left, the recent form of Mercedes and McLaren provide hope that next season will be one of greater competition.

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