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Arriving in Barcelona for the seventh race of the 2023 championship the big question is can anyone beat Red Bull and end their 2023 dominance?
Both Mercedes and Ferrari say no, at least not yet.
This weekend’s grand prix marks Mercedes’ second with their upgraded W14 while Ferrari are debuting their new-look SF-23 and its downwash sidepods. Neither team, though, believes they’re yet at the level where they can catch Red Bull.
That means it’s up to Fernando Alonso with the Aston Martin driving chasing his first win in a decade with his last having come at the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix.
Can Alonso break his duck at home? Will Red Bull’s streak continue? Can Mercedes pip Ferrari? And will we have a new face on the 2023 podiums? All this and more will be answered come Sunday evening.
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