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[12 May 2013 | 2 Comments | 9,798 views]
Spanish GP: Tyre and Pit Stop Strategy

Another strategy driven race, this time it was Ferrari and Fernando Alonso who surprised many with a four-stop race which allowed them to push the tyres to their limits and comfortably hold-off the three-stopping Lotus of Kimi Raikkonen.

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[13 May 2012 | 2 Comments | 2,390 views]
Maldonado Seizes Maiden Victory

Race five. Winner number five. Team number five. He has had more than his fair share of critics since joining Williams but Pastor Maldonado had the last laugh with a sensational win in Spain. Beaten off the grid by local favourite, Fernando Alonso, Williams made a perfect strategy call in order to undercut the Ferrari…

Headline, Qualifying, Spanish GP »

[13 May 2012 | 6 Comments | 2,924 views]
Maldonado Pole After Hamilton Penalised

Williams’ Pastor Maldonado pulled out a surprise front-row qualifying run in Spain with Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso an almost equally surprising third. However, the Circuit de Catalunya had one more twist up its sleeve when the quickest man in qualifying, Lewis Hamilton pulled up shortly after the beating his rivals by almost six tenths of a second…

Grand Prix View, Race Preview, Spanish GP »

[10 May 2012 | No Comment | 1,015 views]
The Grand Prix File: Spain

A city with its finger firmly on the pulse, Barcelona has always embraced style, bold design and all things new. And given that Spain’s passion for F1 has reached fever pitch, the grand prix brings out a carnival atmosphere. The circuit has been on the calendar since 1991 producing twelve different winners – Lewis Hamilton being the noticeable absentee from that last.

Grand Prix View, Headline, Race Preview, Spanish GP »

[8 May 2012 | 7 Comments | 5,878 views]
Preview of the Spanish Grand Prix

Round Five of the 2012 Formula One season sees the teams heading to their first race of the year on European soil. The Circuit de Catalunya is a venue the teams know very well from winter testing. After eight days there earlier in the year, the teams will have a head start in preparing for this weekend’s race although they will still have to consider the higher track temperatures. There’s also the added intrigue of last week’s in-season test in Italy…

Spanish GP, Statistics »

[23 May 2011 | 6 Comments | 2,564 views]
Barcelona Tyre Strategy

While the majority of the field stopped for fresh tyres three times during the Spanish Grand Prix, at the front of the field, four-stop strategies were the order of the day with only Jenson Button taking a different route. Yet even within that, with so many sets of tyres being used in the course of a race, there are multiple combinations of the tyres available that can be tried…