Max Verstappen secured the constructors' title for Red Bull with his 13th win of the season but that was the tip of the iceberg at the United States Grand Prix.
GPFans deputy editor Sam Hall and F1 writer Ewan Gale join Oliver Wilson for this week's roundtable.
Red Bull raced in memory of team owner Dietrich Mateschitz on Sunday following the death of the 78-year-old with both Verstappen and team principal Christian Horner dedicating the success in his honour.
A spectacular crash involving Lance Stroll and Fernando Alonso interrupted the race, but after recovering to seventh, the Alpine driver's day took a turn for the worse after the FIA handed him a post-race 10-second stop-go penalty for lapping with only a single mirror - something that was deemed as dangerous.
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