LIVE: Mexican Grand Prix

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Follow live coverage of the Mexican Grand Prix from Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez with F1i.

Nico Rosberg starts from pole position for the first Mexican Grand Prix in 23 years, with team-mate Lewis Hamilton lining up alongside him. Rosberg says he expects five drivers to be in the mix for victory today, with low grip levels presenting a real challenge.

All eyes will be on the 900 metre run down to Turn 1 with Hamilton and Rosberg having touched at the start of the United States Grand Prix last weekend, with Toto Wolff warning the drivers not to cause controversy with another collision.

Sebastian Vettel starts from third place after showing encouraging long run pace on Friday, while the two Red Bulls of Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo are directly behind him. Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen starts from 19th as a result of a 35-place grid penalty due to power unit changes, while Jenson Button is last on the grid after a 70-place penalty.

While the sun is currently shining and track temperature climbing, there is a threat of thunderstorms throughout the race.

Formula One returns to Mexico for the first time since 1992, with the refurbished circuit in Mexico City having previously hosted a round of the world championship from 1963-70 and 1986-92.

The teams will face a unique challenge at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, with the circuit situated 2219 metres above sea level, with the altitude impacting on downforce. While the cars will run maximum downforce, the difference in air pressure means they are predicted to perform as if using Monza-specification low downforce levels.

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