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Summary

  1. Hamilton wins, Rosberg 2nd
  2. Title fight goes on to Brazil, with 19 points difference
  3. Rosberg collides with Verstappen at first corner as Hamilton runs across grass
  4. Verstappen attempts audacious overtake on Rosberg
  5. Vettel furious with Red Bull overtake tactics
  6. Wehrlein out

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Next stop, Brazil

    Lewis Hamilton lives to fight another day, but the maths is simple for Nico Rosberg: Win in Brazil two weeks' time and he will be world champion.

    It may not have been a magical race in Mexico, with much of the mayhem happening at the end, but we could be in for a belter in Brazil.

    Until then, keep an eye on Andrew Benson's Twitter feed for developments on Ricciardo-Vettel and I'll see you later.

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    It's ain't over yet...

  3. Get involved #bbcf1

    Matt Hodnet: Considering people now get upset in football for people showing emotion poor sebs got no chance.

    Andrew Jones: Any other sport that level of abuse to the umpire (race director) would be instant red card.

  4. 'History shows it's never too late'

    Lewis Hamilton speaking to Sky Sports: "From the grass to the finish! I hadn't even thought about the stewards thing, I was more concerned about the flat spot rattling my brain for 17 laps. It was such a big vibration I was worried the suspension was going to fail.

    "It has gone very well these last two wins. I wish all of them had gone as well as these two. History has showed it is never too late. I am driving with every bit of energy in my heart I have.

    "If I had to have pushed I could have made that more, which is a real positive to take away from this weekend. The team did a great job.

    "I had some time to look at the TV, so I could see some things going on behind me, but could only get a glimpse."

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    Andrew Benson

    Chief F1 writer

    Christian Horner has been to see the stewards re Vettel v Ricciardo. The drivers have been called up at 1600 local - i.e. right about now.

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    Formula 1

    Lewis Hamilton's win was Mercedes' 17th of a dominant season. That's a new record in Formula 1 and they could still add two more to that before the year is out.

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    Nico Rosberg is adamant on Sky Sports that Lewis Hamilton did nothing wrong at the first corner when he ran wide and cut across the grass.

    "Lewis did a better job this weekend," he said. "He went into the corner first and came out first, that is OK. Second place I have to live with that. Second is the best I could do."

  8. 'It's none of your business'

    More from Sebastian Vettel on Sky Sports: "I had reason to be angry. All in all I think it was a very good race. We had a good pace and made it work. We came back at the end to fight for the podium.

    "I went to see him (Charlie Whiting) immediately so I think, look I don't understand why you are making a fuss. For sure it is not the right thing to say, but equally emotions were running high.

    "I don't understand you are trying to push me in a corner. Out of respect I went to see him.

    Asked what Whiting said, Vettel responded: "It's none of your business.

    "I was fighting very hard and supposed to give him just enough which I think he had. Daniel Ricciardo is sometimes optimistic in going for a gap. I knew he would go for it whatever the costs, I tried to defend and in the end we made contact and that's not ideal."

  9. Verstappen points deduction

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    Video caption: Verstappen loses his third place place finish after being given a 5 second time penalty
  10. Sergio's still trying...

    Can you hear that?

    That's the sound of Sergio Perez's engine. He's still trying to overtake Felipe Massa.

    Perez spent 30 laps behind Massa and just could not find a way past.

    I bet he absolutely hates the rear wing of a Williams.

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    William Bone: If Max let Vettel past after going off track in the first place then the Vettel/Ricciado move wouldn't have happened.   

    Garry: Stewards were fair and consistent. Penalties only applied were an advantage was gained. No advantage for Hamilton or Rosberg.  

    James: Tactical bullying by RB - use Ves slow pace to back Vet into Ric. I'm chuffed that it failed and Vet got his reward  

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  14. 'I was very emotional'

    More from Sebastian Vettel in the post-race news conference: "I don't think there is anything to say (to Max Verstappen).

    "I think it was very clear I was very emotional and I have asked already to go and see him (Charlie Whiting). 

    "When you are in the car I was full of adrenaline, because it is not right what Max did. I was getting upset, as you can imagine."

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    The main news conference is taking place right now. 

    Sebastian Vettel is quizzed about his colourful language which has absolutely tickled Nico Rosberg. He's chuckling away as Vettel gulps angrily on a bottle of energy drink.

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    Give that bleep machine a pay rise!

  17. Hamilton wins as Vettel goes on an epic rant

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    Video caption: Hamilton wins as Vettel goes on an epic rant at race director
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  19. 'Vettel is a very frustrated guy'

    Max Verstappen speaking to Sky Sports: "I think it is pretty similar to what happened in corner one, Lewis went off and got a massive advantage and Nico went off when we touched. I didn't even get an advantage, I was the same length in front, so i think it is ridiculous.

    "They thought I had to give it back (the place), but it was never confirmed. I was not backing him up, I was just trying to do the best I can. They don't give a penalty for Nico, don't give me a penalty at the end of the race.

    "I saw the footage. At least I can do it in a good way, it is ridiculous what he did and then he starts shouting on the radio. I don't know how many times he is using very bad language. 

    "I will speak to him because this is how ridiculous he is handling it, he is just a very frustrated guy at the moment."

    Max Verstappen
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    There's more drama and arguments than an episode of Eastenders at the paddock at the moment.

    Now its Max Verstappen's turn to fume in the media pen. He is not at all happy with Sebastian Vettel and thinks "he should go back to school" to be taught not to swear so much.