Lewis Hamilton, Carlos Sainz Jnr, Pierre Gasly and Kimi Raikkonen were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Spanish Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Lewis Hamilton broke another record for success, Kimi Raikkonen reached a new longevity milestone – and Ferrari are having their worst year since 1981.
Formula 1 team bosses have welcomed the sport’s decision to ban testing at the new venues which are being added to this year’s calendar.
Sergio Perez “couldn’t understand why he wasn’t in the race car last race” because he felt fit enough to return despite testing positive for Covid-19, according to Racing Point’s CEO Otmar Szafnauer.
A fourth-place finish was on the cards for Charles Leclerc before an electrical problems forced him out, according to Ferrari.
Valtteri Bottas says his season has been “pretty bad” since he won the opening race, and his championship chances are “drifting away”.
Lewis Hamilton’s fourth victory of 2020 showcased his supreme tyre management ability. But he wants Formula 1 races to be more than a test of who looks after their rubber best.
Romain Grosjean said his Haas’s handling was “horrific” throughout the Spanish Grand Prix, despite setting the third-fastest lap of the race.
Sebastian Vettel described criticism of Ferrari’s race management as the Formula 1 equivalent of ‘Monday morning quarterbacking’.
Valtteri Bottas says he is getting too hot in the cockpit of his Mercedes since the team changed the colour of its drivers’ overalls from white to black.
Lewis Hamilton has renewed his call for Pirelli to improves its Formula 1 tyres, saying races are being spoiled because drivers have to carefully manage the stresses on their rubber.
Sergio Perez and Daniil Kvyat’s penalties for blue flag violations during the Spanish Grand Prix were prompted by a new “crackdown” on backmarkers failing to let the leaders through when instructed to.
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While the leaders stuck to their two-stop strategies, several of those behind them tried to make it through on a single stop, with varying results.
Charles Leclerc revealed he drove two laps during the Spanish Grand Prix with his seatbelts “off” before retiring from the race.
Alexander Albon said he doesn’t know what he could have done to get better performance from his tyres after using all three compounds during the Spanish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton said he didn’t realise he’d reached the last lap of the Spanish Grand Prix following his emphatic win in today’s race.
Valtteri Bottas says he isn’t sure what caused the poor start which ended his chances of challenging his team mate for victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel explained his frustration with Ferrari’s strategy after finishing seventh in the Spanish Grand Prix despite disagreement on his radio about the team’s choice of tactics.
Max Verstappen explained an angry radio exchange with his race engineer in which he told his team to focus on his race instead of Lewis Hamilton’s.