F1: Max Verstappen wins the Mexican GP; Sergio Pérez retires | Video

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The Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull)which three weeks ago was mathematically proclaimed three-time Formula One championwon this Sunday the Mexican Grand Prixtwentieth date of the 2023 calendar, celebrated in the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome, where your partner Sergio Perez He abandoned before reaching the first corner, after contact with the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari).

Verstappen, 26 years oldraised to 16 his own all-time record of victories in the same season, while addingto 51 wins in the highest category, after finishing ahead of the seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)who set the fastest lap, and Leclerc (Ferrari), involved in the mishap with PErez Mendoza.

With his victory,'Mad Max' achieved its 51st victory in F1 - the fifth in Mexico -the last three in a row, equaling the fourth historical mark of the French quadruple world champion Alain Prost; in a test that the Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and the English Lando Norris (McLaren), protagonist of the day's comeback, and George Russell (Mercedes) finished fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively.

Verstappen reached 491 points in first place in the classification; while, the fight for the runners-up position closes even more with the withdrawal of Perez Mendozawho stagnates with 240 unitswhile hamiltonafter his second place this Sunday in Iztacalco, sum 219.

The next appointment will be Brazilian Grand Prix to be celebrated on Sunday, November 5 in it José Carlos Pace Autodrome.

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