Spanish Grand Prix

On the calendar since 1991, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has been host of the Spanish Grand Prix for over 30 years. The 2023 Spanish Grand Prix is set to take place on June 2-4. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races in Barcelona!

2019 Spanish GP: 5 Stories for Qualifying

Will Mercedes’ Spanish supremacy continue? Can Vettel take his first Catalunya pole? Will Hulkenberg qualify in the top ten? Here are five stories to look out for on Saturday at the Spanish Grand Prix!

F1 Driver Form: Spain

Seven drivers hold a 100% finish rate at the Spanish Grand Prix, two drivers have scored on every appearance at Catalunya and two drivers have a 100% Q3 appearance rate at the track. Here’s everything you need to know about each driver’s form at the Spanish Grand Prix!

F1 Team Form: Catalunya

Mercedes have won four of the last five Spanish Grands Prix, Ferrari have won only once in the last ten years and Red Bull have the best finish rate here of any team. Here’s how the teams’ histories compare at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya!

Milestones and Records to Beat: 2019 Spanish GP

The 50th race for a Monegasque driver, an opportunity for Vettel to equal a pole record of Hamilton’s, and the last chance for Max Verstappen to become F1’s third-youngest polesitter. Here are the records which are up for grabs over the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix weekend!

Your 2017 #SpanishGP Twitter Predictions

How many of your pre-weekend Twitter predictions for the 2017 Spanish Grand Prix were correct? Find out below! 1. Will Valtteri Bottas win back-to-back Grands Prix? 1. Will Valtteri Bottas win back-to-back Grands Prix? #SpanishGP #F1 — Lights Out ●●●●● (@LightsOutF1Blog) May 11, 2017 Your Prediction: No Correct Answer: No After qualifying third, Valtteri Bottas’ hopes …

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2017 Spanish Grand Prix: Friday Report

Friday in Spain saw Mercedes head the field by a significant margin, while McLaren’s woes continued and Fernando Alonso played a spot of tennis. Read about all the action from the Practice Sessions in Lights Out’s Friday Report! Practice One Sergey Sirotkin deputised for Jolyon Palmer at Renault, completing ten laps during the session. While …

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The Big Debate: Mercedes Collide in Spain

Today could’ve been Lewis Hamilton’s first win of 2016. It could’ve been Nico Rosberg’s 8th win in a row. Instead, the two cars were stranded in the gravel trap on Lap 1.

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