Spanish GP (2017)
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A never-previously seen problem with the turbo on his Formula 1 engine caused Valtteri Bottas to retire from the Spanish Grand Prix, Mercedes has revealed.
After every grand prix, ace photographer Mark Sutton of Sutton Images gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to cover Formula 1 from behind the lens.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey believes getting a young Ferrari fan to meet Kimi Raikkonen during the Spanish Grand Prix was an example of how the sport's approach has changed under new ownership.
McLaren Technology Group COO Jonathan Neale admits that the Woking-based team's strategy calls with Fernando Alonso in the Spanish GP could have worked out better.
Red Bull thinks the 75-second deficit between Daniel Ricciardo and the front of the Formula 1 field at the Spanish Grand Prix was not representative of its true pace.
Sauber says a late call to pit Pascal Wehrlein under the Formula 1 virtual safety car in the Spanish GP created the circumstances for the German to get penalised.
Strategy played a large part in the Spanish GP, but rather than the contenders fighting it out in the pits the tactical deviations led to some stunning on-track battles.
Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz says his car's Renault engine did not stack up well against rival team Sauber's year-old Ferrari power unit in the Spanish GP, calling it "a desperate situation".
Fernando Alonso admitted he is unsure he would have scored points in the Spanish Grand Prix even without his first-lap incident.
Sebastian Vettel feels he lost "an awful lot of time" when Mercedes used Valtteri Bottas to "block" him during his Spanish Grand Prix battle with Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton says he loved having a “raw” fight for victory in Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix with Sebastian Vettel.
McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne has received a three-place grid penalty for the Monaco Grand Prix after his race-ending collision with the Williams of Felipe Massa in Spain.
Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen have both pointed the finger at Valtteri Bottas for their first-corner exits from the Spanish Grand Prix, but Bottas insists that he did not cause their collision “on purpose”.