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2010 Spanish Grand Prix preview – Alonso looking to win at home while Mercedes pin their hopes on an updated car.
Championship standings ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix – Jenson Button leads the title race with 60 points, ten points ahead of Nico Rosberg. Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have 49 each.
2010 Spanish Grand Prix discussion – Going to the race? Find other F1 fans who are heading to the Circuit de Catalunya here.
Built in 1991 the Circuit de Catalunya holds the Spanish Grand Prix for the 20th year in a row.
It’s a venue the teams now well as it has always been a popular venue for testing. But with testing more tightly restricted this year the teams only spent four days at the venue this winter.
While the track has had some of its faster corners cut back since 1991 at least the race now attracts a much larger crowd thanks to the popularity of Fernando Alonso. He became the first Spanish driver to win his home race in 2006.
Not for the first time this season, rain may affect this weekend’s race. See the forecast below for more details:
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2009 Spanish Grand Prix highlights
Jenson Button scored his fourth win of 2009 here after a change of strategy which out-foxed team mate Rubens Barrichello.
2009 Spanish Grand Prix – Button wins again with the old two-stop.
Did Brawn deliberately give Barrichello a poor strategy to let Button win? – The strategy that helped Button to get ahead of his team mate.
Previous Spanish Grands Prix
2008 Spanish Grand Prix – Raikkonen leads crushing Ferrari 1-2
2007 Spanish Grand Prix – Massa wins, Hamilton leads championship
2006 Spanish Grand Prix – Alonso first Spaniard to win at home
2005 Spanish Grand Prix – Raikkonen takes comfortable win
1994 Spanish Grand Prix – Hill wins as Schumacher clings to second
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