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Max Verstappen Wins F1's Fault-Filled Spanish Grand Prix

Max Verstappen Wins F1's Fault-Filled Spanish Grand Prix

Reliability was the story of the Formula 1 weekend at the Spanish Grand Prix. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc won pole on Saturday, with his fastest Q3 lap being three-tenths of a second quicker than Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. Verstappen aborted his final qualifyin…

Spanish GP: Leclerc grabs pole as Verstappen hits trouble - Motorsport.com

Spanish GP: Leclerc grabs pole as Verstappen hits trouble - Motorsport.com

  1. Spanish GP: Leclerc grabs pole as Verstappen hits trouble  Motorsport.com
  2. FP3: Leclerc leads Verstappen and Russell in final practice before Spanish GP qualifying  Formula 1
  3. FP1: Ferrari secure the 1-2, Mercedes run bounce-free  Ya…

'There is a lot of work to do' says Leclerc, as Sainz evaluates Ferrari upgrades | Formula 1® - Formula 1

'There is a lot of work to do' says Leclerc, as Sainz evaluates Ferrari upgrades | Formula 1®Formula 1 Hamilton beams afterwards: "Thank you very much to everyone at the factory"GPblog Vettel not expecting immediate ‘massive jump’ from Aston F1 updatesMotorsp…

Ferrari on top, Mercedes on the rise, and Alonso on the prowl

Ferrari on top, Mercedes on the rise, and Alonso on the prowl

Formula 1 is so tight this year that the slightest details turn the advantage between Ferrari and Red Bull, and great changes like Mercedes' allow them to jump considerably.

Aston Martin F1 Once Again Copies a Faster Car

Aston Martin F1 Once Again Copies a Faster Car

It just wouldn’t be a Formula 1 season without some kind of inter-team spat. And while Ferrari and Red Bull have been bickering over each other’s spending habits in the cost-cap era, Aston Martin has been quietly readying an updated car that is bound to kick …

Carlos Sainz fears the porpoising in his Ferrari will damage his long-term health

Carlos Sainz fears the porpoising in his Ferrari will damage his long-term health

Carlos Sainz fears the porpoising in his Ferrari will damage his long-term healthplanetf1.com

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Sainz "in two minds" over risk of driving classic F1 cars

Leclerc has recently got the chance to sample both Gilles Villeneuve’s Ferrari 312T and Lauda’s 312B3, driving the latter at the Monaco Historique event last weekend.But Leclerc crashed at La Rascasse when the car suffered a front-left brake disc failure, cau…

Formula 1: Carlos Sainz calls for broader debate on impact of 'porpoising'

Formula 1: Carlos Sainz calls for broader debate on impact of 'porpoising'

Ferrari's Carlos Sainz calls for a broader debate on the long-term health implications of Formula 1's latest generation of cars.

Ferrari's big bet ahead of Spanish Grand Prix

Ferrari's big bet ahead of Spanish Grand Prix

Ferrari have Montmelo marked in bright red on the 2022 Formula 1 calendar. It is the stage where its first big kit or package of aerodynamic improvements are arriving, the first

F1: Max Verstappen not ruling out Ferrari or Mercedes move in future

F1: Max Verstappen not ruling out Ferrari or Mercedes move in future

The Dutch-Belgian won his first F1 drivers’ title last season, triumphing for Red Bull