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F1 | Spanish GP | FP1 | Norris tops first practice ahead of Verstappen and Sainz; Leclerc down in 11th

Lando Norris topped first practice for the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz. George Russell set the fourth quickest time ahead of Mexican driver Sergio Perez in the opening session of the weekend. A flurry of cars joined the circuit at the start of the one-hour FP1 session in Spain. Ollie…

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F1 Spanish GP updates “just to try and improve the package overall” as “longer term developments” required for biggest weaknesses — Leclerc

Ferrari F1 driver Charles Leclerc spoke on Thursday of the Spanish Grand Prix, highly optimistic that the team will get back on their feet after a rough weekend in Canada. Ferrari had the worst event so far in Canada, with an unexpected exit in Q2 for both drivers. Leclerc and teammate Sainz then suffered a…

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“I try to stay away from this speculation because it’s unhealthy” — Ollie Bearman focused on his performance amid 2025 Haas F1 rumours

Ollie Bearman addressed speculation regarding his future in Formula 1. Despite reports suggesting he has already signed with a team, specifically Haas, the Brit remains grounded and focused on his current performance. When asked about the recent reports, Bearman stated, “These are all rumours and speculation and stuff and there’s not really any backing to…

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“Low speed, long corners the main issue to address” for Scuderia Ferrari F1 — Leclerc

Ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend, Charles Leclerc has predicted Red Bull to make a step in performance as F1 returns to permanent circuits over the next few weeks following recent events at Miami, Monaco and Canada. Max Verstappen won four of the first five races and looked set to dominate the championship…

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Ferrari’s F1 Canadian GP weekend “very weak” as “the pace never clicked” — Sainz

After a fantastic race result in Monaco just a couple of weeks ago, Ferrari found themselves facing the harsh realities of sport in Canada as both their drivers got knocked out of Q2, and a double DNF followed on Sunday. Carlos Sainz struggled with pace during the Canadian Grand Prix. In a rain-soaked Montreal, Ferrari…

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Vasseur hopes Ferrari has got the “shitty part of the season” out of the way following rough F1 Canadian GP

Ferrari had by far their worst weekend of the 2024 season at the Canadian Grand Prix.Charles Leclerc (engine) and Carlos Sainz (crash damage) retired from the race as the team scored no points, losing out in both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships. Ferrari team boss Fred Vasseur discussed it in his post-race written media session….

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Leclerc had to make “15 switches per lap” as he was losing ”sometimes 1.5s” a lap due to engine issue in F1 Canadian GP

From hero to zero. The Monegasque driver, fresh off his first ever home GP win, was forced to retire from the Canadian round due to an engine issue. Following Sainz’s collision with Albon, Ferrari suffered from its first double DNF since Baku 2022. Leclerc talked about the gremlins that ultimately forced him to stop. The…

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