The 2013 season is the third year F1 has tried to produce better racing using DRS and tyres that degrade rapidly. Have they got the balance right?
Jenson Button says he’s not attaching any special importance to McLaren’s upgrade package for next weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen says Lotus must work twice as hard as Red Bull to catch them in the championship.
Mercedes have the best one-lap pace at the moment but are yet to translate it into a race win. Here’s how the performance of each team compares so far this year.
Sauber are hoping their aerodynamic upgrades for the Spanish Grand Prix will move them up the field after a disappointing start to the season.
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