Red Bull will naturally be thrilled at locking out the front row for the Spanish Grand Prix. But they will also be concerned at how hard their drivers will push each other as the run to the first corner at Barcelona could decide who wins the race.
Mark Webber scored the third pole position of his career in Spain today. Take a look back at the action from qualifying in Barcelona with this selection of pictures.
Here is the grid for the Spanish Grand Prix: Row 1 1. Mark Webber 1’19.995Red Bull-Renault 2. Sebastian Vettel 1’20.101Red Bull-Renault Row 2 3. Lewis Hamilton 1’20.829McLaren-Mercedes 4. Fernando Alonso 1’20.937Ferrari Row 3 5. Jenson Button 1’20.991McLaren-Mercedes 6. Michael Schumacher 1’21.294Mercedes Row 4 7. Robert Kubica 1’21.353Renault 8. Nico Rosberg 1’21.408Mercedes Row 5 9. Felipe … Continue reading 2010 Spanish Grand Prix grid
Mark Webber claimed pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix, beating team mate Sebastian Vettel by one tenth of a second at the Circuit de Catalunya. Red Bull enjoyed a huge margin of superiority over their rivals with Lewis Hamilton three-quarters of a second behind the RB6 drivers.
Sebastian Vettel gave a powerful indication he intends to take his fourth pole position of the year this afternoon after topping the final practice session at the Circuit de Catalunya. Vettel was fastest by seven tenths of a second but practice was once again disrupted by a crash – this time it was Renaultls Vitaly … Continue reading Vettel comfortably fastest in final practice
While other teams turned up with eye-catching performance upgrades, Red Bull got everyone’s attention by dominating the second practice session in Spain by eight tenths of a second. Is that a true reflection of how much quicker the RB6 is than rival teams’ cars? Take a closer look at the times from second practice using … Continue reading Red Bull’s pace and Schumacher’s progress (Practice 2 interactive chart)
The F1 cars hit the track in Barcelona bristling with new updates and a few new sponsors too. Have a look at how all the teams’ cars have changed below.
The Red Bull duo were comfortably the fastest cars around the Circuit de Catalunya in the second practice session on Saturday. Sebastian Vettel was the only driver to set a sub-1m 20s lap and no-one got within half a second of him and team mate Mark Webber.
View all the lap times from the first free practice session at the Circuit de Catalunya on the interactive chart below.
Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button got McLaren’s Spanish Grand Prix weekend off to a strong start by topping the times sheets in the first practice session. Michael Schumacher put the revised Mercedes third fastest as practice got started at the Circuit de Catalunya.