Lewis Hamilton has sealed the Formula One title as he looks for another win at the Mexican Grand Prix.
With the championship sealed, a dominant Lewis Hamilton may be eyeing the record of 13 wins in a single Formula One season.
The Mercedes driver has already sealed two straight titles heading into the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday.
Such has been his dominance, Hamilton has 10 race wins this year and another three would see him equal the record set by Michael Schumacher (2004) and Sebastian Vettel (2013) for most victories in a single campaign.
Only three races remain for him to match the feat, but he heads to Mexico on the back of three consecutive wins.
Vettel and Nico Rosberg are battling for second in the championship, with this marking the first race in Mexico since 1992.
AROUND THE PADDOCK
While Hamilton has been lauded for his title, much of the talk remains around Red Bull and their search for an engine supplier for next year.
Cutting their ties with Renault, more has been revealed about Red Bull's talks with Mercedes, who sought conditions from the team in a deal that never eventuated.
Hamilton and Rosberg are set for talks after their incident at the United States Grand Prix, where the world champion produced an aggressive move at the first corner.
Hamilton is targeting yet another win, saying: "I can attack the final three races now with nothing to prove and nothing to lose, so the aim is absolutely to put my name down as the first Mexican Grand Prix winner of the modern era."
Rosberg is keen to finish the season strongly. "The championship fight is over for me this year but I have three races left to make a big push, end this tough season on a high and make up for the disappointment of the past few races," he said.
Sergio Perez is glad Mexico is hosting once more. The Force India driver said: "Having the opportunity of driving in my home Grand Prix is something I never thought would happen."
The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is set to provide a different challenge, with the high altitude in Mexico City potentially having an impact.
It is made up of long straights and tight corners " both high and low speed.
It played a big part in USA and could do so again, with potential rain on Saturday and Sunday.
Friday is expected to be dry, but scattered showers could cause havoc on race day.
GRAND PRIX GOLD
It has been 23 years since the last Mexican Grand Prix, won comfortably by Williams' Nigel Mansell, who went on to claim the title.