The Mexican Grand Prix is perhaps one of the most colourful and spectacular races on the Formula One calendar; and would make a fitting venue for Lewis Hamilton to be crowned Formula One world champion for a fifth time. The podium at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is opposite the giant stadium section of the circuit, and allows fans to pour onto the circuit after the race to check out the winning podium alongside live DJ sets.
The race potentially promises to be a celebration for Lewis, who needs to just finish in the top seven to be assured of his place as a five-time champ; equalling the achievements of Juan Manuel Fangio while Michael Schumacher is the record holder with seven.
Lewis narrowly missed out on the opportunity to seal the title at the US GP last weekend - a thrilling race which saw him come home on the podium in third place. However, Sebastian Vettel's fourth in Austin ensured the season rolled on for another week and on to Mexico City. Last time out in Mexico, in 2017, Lewis secured his fourth world title with two races remaining in the season.