WATCH LIVE >> F1 Live Stream Mexican GP Qualifying 2019 Online F1 Live streaming, FIA Formula 1 preview & TV channel Links Full HD

WATCH LIVE >> F1 Live Stream Mexican GP Qualifying 2019 Online F1 Live streaming, FIA Formula 1 preview & TV channel Links Full HD

WATCH LIVE >> F1 Live Stream Mexican GP Qualifying 2019 Online F1 Live streaming, FIA Formula 1 preview & TV channel Links Full HD

FIA and Formula One support this decision in the interest of safety for the spectators, competitors and everyone at the Suzuka Circuit,” FIA, the sport’s governing body, said in a statement on Friday.

The Suzuka circuit, which hosts the Grand Prix, is located approximately 190 miles southwest of Tokyo and is not new to adverse weather conditions. Qualifying in 2004 and 2010 were also postponed to Sunday due to severe downpours, while the 2014 edition of the race took place as Typhoon Phanfone approached the area

The British superstar saw his commanding lead in the title race cut to 64 points as he trailed home in third behind Mercedes team-mate and nearest rival Valtteri Bottas in the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. But it still appears just a matter of time before another championship is clinched.

Ferrari meanwhile threw away a brilliant qualifying performance in Suzuka as Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc failed to capitalise on that blinding single-lap pace.

Max Verstappen meanwhile will be bidding to complete a hat-trick of successes for Red Bull in Mexico City having won the race in 2017 and 2018.

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The Mexico City circuit, otherwise known as the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez – named for the famous racing drivers Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez, is located within the public park of the Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City in southeast Mexico City.

Revamped in recent years, Mexico City returned to the Formula 1 calendar in 2015 and its packed baseball stand section is an absolutely joy to behold. The World Championship titles were won here by Lewis Hamilton in 2017 and 2018.

The circuit, which was first used for a non-Championship race back in 1962, comprises 16 corners of which the final corner – the peraltada – the most famous of them all.

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