Friday 5 November 2021 14:05 - Updated: 14:35 team principal Guenther Steiner has conceded testing high altitude conditions in Mexico are unlikely to catapult the American-owned team up the Formula 1 pecking order this weekend.
The accident occurred in May when an overpass and train carriage on Metro Line 12 plummeted onto a stream of cars in the southeast of the city.
Although confident the thinner air of the high altitude Mexico City circuit will limit the benefit Max Verstappen and will enjoy, the Red Bull drivers both starting from the second row, the absence of a corner such as there is in Sochi could in fact increase the effect.
Normally what you get here, it is difficult to cool the car at this altitude but there is no magic in the high altitude.
She urged companies to reach agreements with the city to avoid legal processes and help provide reparations to victims.