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Spanish Grand Prix organiser Jose Luis Santamaria has apologised to spectators after a raft of complaints about the experience provided.
Here are your key statistics from the Barcelona shakedown…
A new livery but further troubles for Haas, as well as Fernando Alonso, on the final day of the Barcelona shakedown.
Five red flags punctuated an interrupted final morning of pre-season action in Barcelona.
Ferrari and McLaren’s promising week in Barcelona continued in the same vein on Thursday.
The 2022 challengers returned to the Barcelona track for day two of the shakedown.
McLaren continued to impress in testing, Daniel Ricciardo P1 on Thursday morning, while Sergio Perez brought out the red flags.
McLaren and Ferrari topped the times, Lewis Hamilton returned and Max Verstappen went about his work quietly but efficiently.
Let’s take a closer look at the 2022 challengers in action…
Details of session times and driver running order for the pre-season action at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Barcelona’s pre-season action this week will end with a wet tyre session on Friday afternoon.
COVID-19 cases in Spain have risen significantly, which means fans will not be allowed to attend testing in Barcelona.
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya’s CEO, Josep Lluis Santamaria, is working on a deal to keep Formula 1 at the Spanish venue long term.
Formula 1 are considering removing the final chicane of Barcelona’s circuit if and when the Spanish Grand Prix takes place there again.
Lewis Hamilton is not impressed with the newly resurfaced Circuit de Catalunya, as he feels it has lost its character.