Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Raikkonen leads crushing Ferrari one-two 27th April 2008, 18:31
Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa’s winning margin of 0.9s over Lewis Hamilton suggests the Spanish Grand Prix was a close run thing. It was anything but.
Heikki Kovalainen was involved in a a heavy impact on lap 23 of the Spanish Grand Prix. Kovalainen waved and gave a thumbs-up to the crowd after being taken from the scene on a stretcher.
The Spanish Grand Prix live blog has finished. You can review the blog in full below.
The stewards at the Spanish Grand Prix made a decision this morning that every F1 driver will have to take notice of. In the GP2 sprint race they handed down a drive-through penalty to race leader Romain Grosjean for illegal defensive driving. It’s a topic that’s caused controversy in Formula 1 before and I’d be [...]
Spanish GP: thoughts on the start 26th April 2008, 16:45
The long run to the first corner in tomorrow’s Spanish Grand Prix will be as crucial as ever as overtaking at the Circuit de Catalunya is difficult. Fernando Alonso appears on the front row as something of an interloper this year – last year he clashed with Felipe Massa at the first corner. Might we [...]
The big question after qualifying is this: how much fuel does Fernando Alonso have in his Renault? The Spanish driver in his home race sent the crowd into rapture by snatching provisional pole position, only to lose it at the last to Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen.
The Spanish Grand Prix qualifying live blog has now finished – see below to review it in full. Join us tomorrow for the Grand Prix Live Blog.
The Live Blog for Spanish Grand Prix practice has concluded – you can review the blog in full below.
Spanish Grand Prix: memorable races 25th April 2008, 12:30
The response to my invitation for guest writers was fantastic and I’m very happy to share the first of these new articles today. Journeyer, a long-time contributor to the comments and Live Blogs on F1Fanatic, covers the history of the Spanish Grand Prix. Formula 1 has been around for 58 years now. With it goes [...]
So who’s going to be on the podium at the Spanish Grand Prix? Here are my predictions – share yours below.