Red Bull looks good as Mexico pushes limits

Red Bull looks good as Mexico pushes limits

The high altitude and slippery track mean Monaco levels of wing are needed just to get Monza-style downforce in Mexico. BEN ANDERSON explains how that's shaking the order up

Formula 1 won't face a bigger technical challenge this season than it is currently tackling at this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix.

The Circuit Hermanos Rodriguez is 2200 metres above sea level. That's 1400m higher than the next highest venue on the F1 calendar, Brazil's Interlagos circuit.

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