Verstappen eyes improvement despite setting Mexican pace

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Max Verstappen was left still searching for improvements after
topping both practice sessions for the Mexico City Grand Prix. The
Dutchman’s quickest lap was set during FP2 on a 1:18.686, which was
0.119s clear of McLaren’s Lando Norris ensuring he topped both
practice sessions have gone fastest in the opening 60 minutes.
Verstappen’s Friday double comes after his victory in the United
States Grand Prix, which was his 15th of the season as he seeks to
break his own record by claiming a 16th win of the year this
weekend. He won the hard way in Austin after having his best
qualifying lap deleted for track limits, but despite no such
concerns in Mexico, he was left wanting to dial out oversteer that
affected the RB19. Verstappen: Very close over one lap In between
FP1 and FP2 there was a temperature rise, with spots of rain also
briefly hitting the circuit in the opening stages of the second
session. The Red Bull driver still feels there is more time to be
extracted at the high speed circuit, which focuses on a low drag
setup. “There are a few things that can be improved,” Verstappen
reflected. ”But it’s a positive start to the weekend, it is
actually better than we expected, so that’s not bad. Verstappen
expects lap times to be close in qualifying, based on the times set
on the Soft tyre during FP2. “The track is very slippery, as it
always is here, and the tyres are difficult to manage in the long
run, so there are still some things we need to work on. “During
qualifying, it will be very close over one lap, but the race pace
is a different story.”

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