Mark Hughes: Mexico's seemingly random F1 grid explained

We cautioned at the end of our analysis of Mexican Grand Prix Friday practice that things tend to be volatile around here and boy did things go random in qualifying.In the first runs of Q3 Ferrari found the two-minute window in which conditions suited its car perfectly and suddenly gave it the balance it hitherto lacked – and it was suddenly almost 1s quicker than it had been all weekend. Enough for both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz to shade Max Verstappen’s Red Bull. What's made Ricciardo a Red Bull-level Perez-beater in Mexico Read more Similarly, Alex Albon’s Williams, having…

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