F1’s hypersofts like “driving in the wet”

F1's tyre supplier has brought its new-for-2018 hypersofts to Mexico City, where high track temperatures and the low-grip surface combined for a tricky opening day of practice on Friday. The trouble of the hypersofts contributed to a jumbled order, with Red Bull leading Renault as Mercedes and Ferrari both struggled. Haas driver Kevin Magnussen was one of the biggest losers of the mixed-up ... Keep reading