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Five races into the 21-race season and, with the exception of the outright championship favourite, the Formula One pecking order has only partially revealed itself.Continue reading
Mercedes scores another one-two (again), Ferrari messes up team orders (again) and we wonder how long F1 should wait before introducing a doping world championship to make racing less predictable.
The Spanish Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features F1.com senior writer Lawrence Barretto.
An unprecedented five one-two finishes and a near perfect points score at the quarter-season mark — has Mercedes as good as won the 2019 Formula One championship with 16 rounds to go?Continue reading
We’re only four rounds deep into the season but already Ferrari’s 2019 is hanging in the balance.Continue reading
F1 politics expert Dieter Rencken discusses the prospect of a Miami Grand Prix. Michael, Rob and Peter, experts in nothing, talk Catalan politics, the 2012 F1 season and Albanian badminton — anything except the very straightforward Spanish Grand Prix.
Not much happened at the 2018 Spanish Grand Prix, so I talk Catalan politics with Peter Anderson.
Lewis Hamilton didn’t just win the Spanish Grand Prix; he dominated it.Continue reading
When the tiniest of margins can count for so much in Formula One, it’s unsurprising that 0.4 millimetres of tyre tread became a major sideshow at the Spanish Grand Prix.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton was beaten teammate Valtteri Bottas to Spanish Grand Prix victory with a flawless drive from pole position.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton has scored his first pole position since the Australian Grand Prix, pipping teammate Valtteri Bottas to first place by just 0.040 seconds.Continue reading
We speculate wildly about what a Honda-powered Red Bull Racing might mean for Formula One, #yourABC curses Fernando Alonso’s career and Nick Heidfeld rates a mention for some reason. Plus Peter brings back everyone’s favourite segment: Plunger Chat.
The Spanish Grand Prix is the traditional opening round of the European Formula One season, meaning it marks the beginning of a months-long, sustained push for rapid performance development.Continue reading
McLaren has not had the start of the season it expected.Continue reading