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Christijan Albers has slammed the coverage of the Spanish GP, saying the tense battle at the front was “completely ignored by the director”.
Lewis Hamilton lost the early battle to Max Verstappen, overtaken at Turn 1, but fought back to win the war, taking the Spanish GP win.
Lewis Hamilton made history on Saturday, coming from behind in qualifying to clinch his 100th F1 pole position at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen removed the sandbags and hit the front in FP3, with Red Bull driver calling Lewis Hamilton “unbelievable” – not for a good reason.
Valtteri Bottas topped the timesheet in FP1 in Spain as Nikita Mazepin once again irked a rival and Robert Kubica brought out the red flags.
The Circuit de Catalunya has completed the profiling work on Turn 10 ahead of May’s Spanish Grand Prix.
The reprofiled Turn 10 at the Barcelona circuit will not only be “faster” but also “more interesting”, says Pedro de la Rosa.
The Spanish Grand Prix will retain its place on this year’s calendar despite new restrictions following a spike in Covid-19 cases.
The Circuit de Catalunya is confident of taking one of the summer European dates on the revised F1 calendar.
The Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona is open to running more than one grand prix but the second event won’t be run anti-clockwise as it wouldn’t be safe to do so.
There is some confusion about the Dutch and Spanish GPs after F1 said it expects to begin the championship at the “end of May” but made no mention of cancelling either race.
The future of the Spanish Grand Prix looks safe for another year after the Catalan government approved a one-year extension.
So, here we are again, another race in the history books, and another Mercedes one-two as Lewis Hamilton claimed victory in Barcelona.
Valtteri Bottas stormed his way to pole for the Spanish Grand Prix – his display was nothing short of dominant.
In the most dominant team start to a season ever, Valtteri Bottas currently leads Mercedes team-mate Hamilton by just a point, and will be hoping to increase his advantage at the Spanish Grand Prix…
Liberty Media have stepped up plans to ditch the Spanish GP for a Dutch race at Zandvoort, according to Motorsport.com.
Valtteri Bottas’ chances of finishing Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix in second place or suffering a tyre blow out were “extremely marginal” according to Mercedes.
Time to take a look back at the best moments from the Spanish Grand Prix weekend…unfortunately most of them happened off the track.
Once again tussling with Fernando Alonso as he battled for points, Charles Leclerc said he learnt “twice” as much going up against the double World Champion in Spain.
Sergey Sirotkin suffered through a “very painful” Spanish Grand Prix, not only because of the pace of the Williams but also his seat.
Another day and another round of defending his drivers; this time Guenther Steiner says Romain Grosjean is an easy target given that his reputation is “not the highest one” at the moment.
Lewis Hamilton got his mojo back in Spain while Pirelli’s tyres may have had a say in the first round of the development war…
Such was Lewis Hamilton’s advantage in Sunday’s Spanish GP that the Brit says he used the race as a “test bench” to better understand his W09.
After a difficult start to the season, Christian Horner believes Max Verstappen’s Spanish GP podium will go a long way towards settling the driver.
Lewis Hamilton was untouchable in Spain on Sunday as he raced to his second win of this season, unchallenged as he led home a Mercedes 1-2.
Romain Grosjean has been given a three-place grid penalty for the next race in Monaco after causing a collision on the first lap of the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel insists Ferrari had no choice but to pit him for a second time in Spain as he was going through tyres faster than his rivals.
Fernando Alonso finished in P8 in his home grand prix, but believed at one point that “points were impossible”.
Max Verstappen is hoping his first “good clean race” of the season can provide the foundation for more good results to come.
Nico Hulkenberg wasn’t impressed with Romain Grosjean’s driving at the start of the Spanish GP as the Haas driver took out the German and Pierre Gasly.