The Mexican Grand Prix is going down next week.
This means that this weekend will be a weekend filled with practice races and qualifying races, beginning today.
When we talk about the 2019 Grand Prix, one of the names that keep popping up is Lewis Hamilton.
It has been a season of wins for him. He has won most of the races we have witnessed this year, right from his first win in Bahrain, down to the last win in Russia.
The question now is: Will he be able to make this ride another win to add to the list?
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Let’s examine his chances of winning this league;
Though the season is gradually coming to an end, the scoreboard has a lot of wins recorded for Hamilton this season.
At this point, even if he doesn’t win any more races, it will be hard for any driver to catch up with him or bring him down to second place. He has won nine out of 17 games.
He leads the driver’s championship, with about 338 points to his name this season.
Thanks to him and Bottas also, Mercedes is topping the charts this year. Because of this, Mercedes has already been given the title this year. It currently has 612 points.
Hamilton won the Championship title last year and that was the fifth time he was finishing the season as the champion.
Do you think he can make Mexico his tenth?
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Hamilton left Japan in a foul mood especially since he did not finish with a win and we should be expecting a backlash in Mexico.
Last year in Mexico, it was Max Verstappen who raced to a win, driving for Red Bull. That was not his first time winning the Mexico Grand Prix.
Coming back to this year, he has had his share of wins. He currently sits number four with 212 points and has won twice, first in Austria and the other in Germany.
Do you think he is a threat to Hamilton in this year’s Mexican Grand Prix?
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The results of the first practice race for the Mexican Grand Prix is out.
Hamilton topped the first practice and won the race even if it was with 0.1 second faster than Charles Leclerc.
As it seems, he has the likes of Charles and Max Verstappen trailing closely behind him in Mexico.
It all boils down to if Hamilton has what it takes to win in the Mexican Grand Prix. Do you think he has?
Leave us your thoughts in the comments.