F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2019 Mexican GP

Kevin Magnussen (P15): 5.5/10
It was a terrible weekend for Haas all round, and not the way that Kevin Magnussen would have wanted to mark his 100th Grand Prix weekend (although it's technically only his 99th race start - argue whether Australia 2015 counts between yourselves.) Although a solid 12th in first practice, he slipped to 17th and was slower than his team mate in the afternoon and the pair showed little sign of revival on Saturday, ending up side-by-side on the grid on the penultimate row for the race. Magnussen made a solid start when the lights went out but was hit by Kimi Raikkonen, damaging the floor of the VF-19 for the rest of the afternoon. Even so, he climbed as high as tenth place before his own pit stop plunged him back down the order, where he was last seen tangling with Max Verstappen as the Red Bull charged from the back after suffering an early puncture. The Dane took comfort in making a one-stop strategy sort-of work and admitted that Mexico was simply not a good circuit for Haas, while remaining hopeful that Austin will be a different matter in seven days' time.