Ezequiel Montero has extended his winning streak to now six in a row with victory in Austin last Thursday. The Argentinian also dominated proceedings in Qualifying with another Pole Position. The front row was locked by Argenis Riera who looked poised to put an end to Montero's run but it didn't last long when the Force India driver retired on lap 47. Otto Acosta had yet again displayed great pace with a second place finish only 10 seconds from the lead. Richard Haynie saw himself moved up to 3rd place when rookie driver Antenor Junior got disqualified for breaching article 14.5 and not using the hardest compound available during the race. With this double-podium finish for Williams, they move up to third and displace Mercedes AMG F1. Renault have yet to secure the Teams Championship but it is highly likely it'll happen in Mexico.
Stay tuned for the SRHF1 2018 Mexican Grand Prix on October 25th!