The Circuit de Catalunya has long been viewed as the track which reveals F1’s true competitive order. But two changes mean that may no longer be the case.
McLaren will continue to bring updates for their 2021 car after introducing a new front wing and floor at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Formula 1 teams have agreed to form a working group to examine how track limits can be enforced more clearly and consistently.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s radio messages from the Spanish Grand Prix reveal how Mercedes cornered Red Bull into losing the race.
Charles Leclerc, Daniel Ricciardo and Lewis Hamilton were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Spanish Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Sergio Perez says F1’s shorter practice sessions this year are making it harder for him to get up to speed in the Red Bull.
Formula 1 could revert to using the original final corners at the Circuit de Catalunya if it returns to the track in future.
Lewis Hamilton wants to agree a new Formula 1 contract with Mercedes before the summer break begins in August.
Antonio Giovinazzi’s race was ruined by a bizarre incident in which his team brought him in for a pit stop only to discover one of his new tyres was flat.
George Russell said his Williams felt “joyous” to drive in calmer conditions during yesterday’s Spanish Grand Prix, and praised his team’s strategy.
Lewis Hamilton’s 100th pole position puts him far ahead of anyone else, though four drivers have higher strike rates of grabbing the top spot on the grid.
Just 1,000 fans were allowed through the gates for Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix, but more will follow in coming races. It can’t happen soon enough.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the team need Sergio Perez to add pressure to the Mercedes drivers in the championship fight.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff says he would be “more critical” of Valtteri Bottas’ slow reaction to team orders in yesterday’s Spanish Grand Prix if it had cost them victory.
Red Bull did not have any strategic options to win the Spanish Grand Prix because they weren’t quick enough, Max Verstappen believes.
Max Verstappen led 54 out of 66 laps in Spain, but Mercedes’ preparation meant there was a sense of inevitability about Lewis Hamilton’s eventual win.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff’s complaint to race control about Nikita Mazepin was not a typical comment for him to make, according to Formula 1 race director Michael Masi.
Who was the best driver during the 2021 Spanish Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The Spanish Grand Prix was won through pit stop strategy, but Mercedes had both a tyre and pace advantage over Red Bull.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff joked their strategy simulation was “terribly wrong” because Lewis Hamilton caught Max Verstappen earlier than they expected.