Spanish GP (2018)
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Formula 1 team boss Gene Haas has admitted his frustration at the significant role played by tyre management in 2019, saying his team is having to "play games with a thermometer".
Mercedes has admitted that the decision not to pit Valtteri Bottas for a second time in the Spanish Grand Prix was "extremely marginal" and that the Finn was close to being "in big, big trouble".
Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the team must address a fuel pressure issue which affected Carlos Sainz in the latter stages of the Spanish Grand Prix.
James Allen analyses the Spanish Grand Prix, and asks if the dominant performance of Mercedes is a sign of things to come.
Ferrari’s halo-mounted mirrors courted fresh controversy in Spain last weekend, but this was just one of several new technical solutions introduced by the Formula 1 team.
All key statistics and figures from the Spanish Grand Prix, the first round of the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen should be able to avoid an engine change for Formula 1’s Monaco Grand Prix after the problem that caused him to retire in Spain last weekend.
Honda believes a "very frustrating" Spanish Grand Prix masked the progress it made with Toro Rosso after two troubled race weekends.
Pirelli racing manager Mario Isola believes the Spanish Grand Prix would have been a lottery had Formula 1’s tyre supplier not modified its tyres.
Sauber rookie Charles Leclerc believes he learned twice as much in the Spanish Grand Prix because he was fighting two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso.
Lewis Hamilton's dominant Spanish Grand Prix win was worth the same number of points as the Azerbaijan triumph that fell into his lap two weeks earlier, but the circumstances and psychological implications were very different.
Sergey Sirotkin says he found his Williams' seat so uncomfortable that he struggled to make it to the chequered flag of the Spanish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says he used his drive to victory in the Spanish GP as a “test bench” as he found his Mercedes to his liking for the first time since Australia, and wanted to fully explore its potential.
Good morning. Welcome to your morning Motorsport F1 Debrief from the Spanish Grand Prix that saw Lewis Hamilton on top again, and Romain Grosjean back in trouble for causing a massive first-lap crash (er, again).