Hamilton says Red Bull are 'out of reach'

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Daniel Ricciardo denied team-mate Max Verstappen his first Formula One pole position as Red Bull claimed a one-two at the Mexican Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton is set to clinch the title on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Fernando Alonso's season - set to be his last in F1 - continued to wind down in unspectacular fashion as the two-time champion scraped into Q2 after a wobble and qualified in 12th.

Last year's race victor Verstappen, 21, had dominated all three practice sessions and was on provisional pole before the final flying laps at the high-altitude Hermanos Rodriguez circuit.

"The grid has the potential for carnage on the straight and through the first corners, because you have the two Red Bulls who have the least straight-line speed on the front row, and then it's us and then the Ferraris are obviously nearly 10kph up on everyone else", said Wolff (pictured above, middle, with technical director James Allison, left, and chief race engineer Andy Shovlin).

Hamilton will start third, knowing he can let the Red Bull cars go off and running while he coasts his Mercedes to the finish line.

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"The whole qualifying was crap", the youngster told the global television audience.

"I'm really, really happy with it", said Hamilton.

A seventh-place finish will secure the Briton's fifth career title, matching the late Juan Manuel Fangio of Argentina for second behind only the seven of Germany's Michael Schumacher.

"I didn't feel good at all".

"These guys were just too quick". "It's not about one particular area - there are lots of different things that we can improve".

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"You've got to race it like normal and go in for the win".

Lewis Hamilton will start from third place alongside Sebastian Vettel, and while Red Bull has shown competitive pace throughout the weekend, the long run to Turn 1 is not a strength for the team.

"They are fragile as hell as we can see, and it will be about making sure we have a strategy that can stay ahead of the Ferrari and Mercedes".

Carlos Sainz was 1.2 seconds adrift, but third fastest, ahead of his Renault team-mate Nico Hulkenberg while the championship chasing Mercedes and Ferrari teams struggled to keep pace.

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