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Vettel leads tributes as Hamilton wins fifth title

01 November 2018

The rampant Red Bulls locked out the front row in a thrilling qualifying session, while Lewis Hamilton, who needs to finish only seventh to claim the world championship, qualified third.

"I knew the pace was in the auto", Ricciardo said.

"I held a lot in, I've got to save some energy for tomorrow".

Lewis Hamilton has won the fifth Formula 1 world title of his career after finishing in fourth place at the Mexico Grand Prix on Sunday.

The Dutch driver has two wins this season and five podium finishes in the last seven races.

Persistent tyre problems hindered Hamilton's race and chances of wrapping up the title with a win, but he remained safely within the required top seven. "I've had some of the best races of my career". In the second and third sectors he just nailed it.

Verstappen said his auto didn't feel right despite fast times in Saturday morning practice and the early stages of qualifying.

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"We were struggling, so I just tried to hold on and bring the auto home". "I didn't feel good at all". Hamilton finished fourth, sparking a championship celebration in the high altitude of Mexico City for the second consecutive year.

Vettel, who finished second behind victor Max Verstappen, then sportingly broke away from his post-race television interview to embrace Hamilton.

With Verstappen galloping into the distance, and Hamilton losing time to his rivals behind, he was the first of the leaders to stop for fresh rubber on lap 11.

The rivalry within the Red Bull ranks has not escaped Vettel's attention either.

The Australian's rollercoaster year was marred by drama stemming from the relentless engine issues that frayed his relationship with Red Bull and ultimately contributed to his departure for opponent Renault.

Verstappen and Ricciardo will have to decide how much to fight each other for the win. "There's two more races". Daniel Ricciardo went from pole position to yet another disaster as engine failure doomed his vehicle yet again.

He lost his pole position lead with a bad getaway, and on Lap 61, his RB14 sprouted a thin trail of smoke, prompting the team to retire his auto the following lap.

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Team principal Christian Horner wants to keep it clean.

"Thanks to our engine partner, who in challenging conditions provided us with a power unit this weekend that was capable of taking on and beating the best", said Horner. "The team has worked very hard for this so it is crucial that we now make the most of it".

"He has really been the dominant driver this year", said the Austrian. "I am wary of the Red Bulls ahead".

With just ten laps remaining, the Australian was looking good for a podium, and though Vettel would have surely picked him off, he was nearly certain to finish ahead of Kimi Raikkonen.

Ricciardo then scrapped with Lewis Hamilton for second place in the first half of the race, before the Briton made a mistake heading into turn four.

His two wins in China and Monaco begged for greater things in 2018, with both races among the opening six events of the season.

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Vettel leads tributes as Hamilton wins fifth title