Verstappen Finishes Third after Ferrari Dominates Q3
Max Verstappen finished in third place during the qualifying session for the Mexican Grand Prix. The Ferrari pair of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jr. managed to overtake Verstappen on their first Q3 runs and retained their positions till the end. Even though neither Leclerc nor Sainz improved on their second efforts, Verstappen still couldn’t beat them.
Investigations Underway for Verstappen, Russell, and Hamilton
Following the conclusion of qualifying, Max Verstappen, George Russell, and Lewis Hamilton face investigations for separate incidents. Verstappen is being investigated for an impeding incident that occurred during Q1. Similarly, Russell is also being scrutinized for a similar incident. Furthermore, Hamilton is under investigation for allegedly speeding during a yellow flag situation.
More Drama on Track
The first runs of the qualifying session witnessed an intense battle between the drivers. However, the Ferrari duo managed to set impressive lap times and secured a 1-2 position. Despite their efforts, Verstappen couldn’t catch up and had to settle for third place.
The ongoing investigations add further suspense to the race weekend. The results could potentially impact the starting grid positions and generate more excitement among fans. As the drivers prepare for the race, racing enthusiasts eagerly await the outcome of the investigations and hope for an action-packed Grand Prix in Mexico.