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The threat of rain has not disappeared so quite a few cars quickly out of the garage to cover their bases at the start of this 15 minute session.
Mercedes draw first blood in qualifying. Mercedes have stuck the hypersoft tyre on now and Bottas has taken full advantage of that new engine as he goes fastest with a 1: All the big hitters seem through to Q2, so who is on the brink?
Romain Grosjean of Haas is on the bubble by a tenth. That deficit does not matter at this point, in fact their times are a case of job done as there is no way they will drop out the bottom five with that sort of pace.
All the drivers have gone out on the softest tyre, the hypersoft, with the exception of Mercedes who have opted for the slightly more durable ultrasofts.
Vettel needs to be right up at the front to stand a chance tomorrow of thwarting Hamilton. Overcast conditions at the track.
There is a 40 per cent chance of rain at some point in this session as Pierre Gasly becomes the first car out, followed by both Mercedes and Kimi Raikkonen.
Lewis Hamilton is within touching distance of winning his fifth Formula 1 world title this weekend at the Mexican Grand Prix. Indeed, with the year-old Briton leading fierce rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari by a whopping 70 points in the standings with just three races to go, it now seems a matter of when and not if he regains his world championship crown.
More than enough time to get a lap or two in. Just one penalty to be notified of. Pierre Gasly will start from the back for Toro Rosso following an engine change and gearbox change.
But if it does not happen today his best chance of achieving it would have passed. Up for grabs is the youngest ever driver to land a pole position.
Sebastian Vettel currently holds the record at 21 years and 72 days old, while Verstappen will be 21 and 27 days old when he competes in qualifying. That means the Red Bull driver has just three races to break the record and with Brazil and Abu Dhabi set to favour Mercedes and Ferrari - this really is his last chance realistically to snatch that stat from the German.
The bad news is he has been forced into an engine change for qualifying. The good news is it is a brand new engine, so not only does he suffer no penalty but it is also a slight upgrade on the one it has replaced.
He was running PU3 this weekend, but will now swap to PU4 - therefore no penalty. Mercedes were given a scare in final practice for the Mexican Grand Prix after Valtteri Bottas suffered a hydraulic failure in a session topped by Max Verstappen.
He just missed out on claiming the championship in the United States last time out, but Mexico will be a much more realistic prospect for Hamilton who only needs to finish seventh to win his fifth title.
So follow all the action from what promises to be a thrilling qualifying session as it happens. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
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