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GP Week : Issue 232
Years – raceday marked 53 years to the day since the death of Ricardo Rodriguez in a crash at the Peraltada, in the non-championship 1962 race 53 Ferrari hasn’t finished a Mexican Grand Prix since Alain Prost and Nigel Mansell finished 1-2 in 1990 1990 Mercedes AMG now has more front-row lockouts in one season than any team in history, beating their own number from 2014 and that of McLaren in 1988 13 Pastor Maldonado qualified 13th in car #13. Before Maldonado claimed the number in 2014, it had only been raced in one Grand Prix, courtesy of Moises Solana in the 1963 Mexican GP 13 1970 Km/h – Pastor Maldonado leaves Mexico with the highest recorded speed in a Formula 1 race since Kimi Raikkonen’s 370.1km/h at the 2005 Italian GP, using a 3.0-litre McLaren-Mercedes V10 366.4 18 years 30 days Max Verstappen became the youngest man ever to top a session at an F1 weekend when he was quickest in FP1 in Mexico ... albeit only after cutting one of the corners! Sergio Perez was the first Mexican driver to participate in his home event since Pedro Rodriguez in 1970, the final race in Mexico’s first stint as an F1 venue, from 1963-70 Km/h – Will Stevens finished the Mexican GP, but astonishingly his fastest trap speed was almost 50km/h slower than Maldonado! 48 84.4 Percentage of total possible points in 2015 that have been scored by Mercedes AMG (Australian GP) While this was the last time no Ferrari was CLASSIFIED as a finisher in a Grand Prix, coincidentally the team also failed to see the flag in either Australia 2008 or Australia 2009, although in both instances one of their cars was classified 2006 33 GPWEEK.com // 33 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> MEXICO PARTNERS: the numbers