F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2019 Mexican GP

Romain Grosjean (P17): 5/10
What a dreadful weekend for Haas. If they keep going backwards at this rate then by the end of the season they'll be running behind both of the Williams. Romain Grosjean showed little sign of viable life this weekend, opening his account with 18th place in FP1 which is where he finished up in qualifying the following day. And he also seemed completely unable to make any headway in the race itself, never rising above 16th place all afternoon despite the troubles of a number of cars further up the order. "Nothing was working very well," he summarised after the race, adding forlornly: "We just have to hope that the next race is better." One can only add that it can scarcely get any worse for Haas, which once claimed that its VF-19 was the class of the midfield teams. How long ago that seems now, as they sit marooned in ninth place in the constructors championship.