Sunday, May 9, 2021

“Unnaturally gusty” races have disguised Williams’ pace – Russell | 2021 Spanish Grand Prix - RaceFans

George Russell says Williams has not been given the opportunity to show their car's pace due to the weather conditions so far this year.

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Advantage Mercedes with ‘two cars on the clear side’ - PlanetF1

Starting first and third in Spain, Toto Wolff says Mercedes have an "advantage" over Red Bull with two cars on the clean side of the grid.

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Fast facts ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix - F1technical.net

Today's Spanish Grand Prix will be the 51st race in Spain with Barcelona set to play host to the race today for the 31st consecutive occasion. With the close fight between Mercedes and Red Bull, the thrilling fight is expected to continue today afternoon.

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Tsunoda sorry for criticising AT after qualy - PlanetF1

Yuki Tsunoda has apologised to AlphaTauri having publicly questioning if his car was different to his team-mate Pierre Gasly's.

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Sainz: Ferrari still worried about tyre degradation in F1 Spanish GP - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Sainz qualified sixth for his home race in Barcelona, two places and one tenth shy of teammate Charles Leclerc.
But Ferrari struggled on the medium tyres during last weekend's Portuguese Grand Prix, and Sainz ultimately dropped out of the points to finish a frustrated 11th.
Furthermore, he admits Ferrari's tyre management problem is likely to resurface during the Spanish Grand Prix.
“We ...Keep reading

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Sainz: Ferrari still worried about tyre degradation in F1 Spanish GP - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Sainz qualified sixth for his home race in Barcelona, two places and one tenth shy of teammate Charles Leclerc.
But Ferrari struggled on the medium tyres during last weekend's Portuguese Grand Prix, and Sainz ultimately dropped out of the points to finish a frustrated 11th.
Furthermore, he admits Ferrari's tyre management problem is likely to resurface during the Spanish Grand Prix.
“We ...Keep reading

Read more: Sainz: Ferrari still worried about tyre degradation in F1 Spanish GP - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Sainz: Ferrari still worried about tyre degradation in Spain - Motorsport.com

Sainz qualified sixth for his home race in Barcelona, two places and one tenth shy of teammate Charles Leclerc.
However last week in Portugal the red cars struggled on the medium tyres in the race. Sainz ultimately dropped out of the points to finish a frustrated 11th and admits Ferrari's tyre management problem is likely to resurface during the Spanish Grand Prix.
“We are carrying a bit ...Keep reading

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