Spanish GP (2015)
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Lewis Hamilton "took his eye off the ball" in the Spanish Grand Prix, according to former Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill.
Nico Rosberg stopped Lewis Hamilton's momentum with a commanding victory in Spain, but could the Briton have beaten him if he'd been allowed to drive flat-out to the finish? Adam Cooper analyses the Barcelona race.
Monisha Kaltenborn: "Now we need to focus on the next race in Monaco, a track that should suit our car better."
Fernando Alonso: “My pitstop was a scary moment – I didn’t have much rear braking for my whole in-lap, then even less at the stop."
Federico Gastaldi: "Our pit box proved slippery causing Romain to stop long..."
Daniil Kvyat drove a solid race to cross the finish line in tenth place.
Valtteri Bottas: "It feels good to split the Ferraris for a second race in a row and this has been another solid points haul for the team."
Nico Rosberg scored his first victory of the year in the Spanish GP at Barcelona for Mercedes, dominating from start to finish as Lewis Hamilton had to switch strategy to beat Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Nico Rosberg: "It's still early days in the season so it's good to close the points gap to Lewis."
Mercedes chief Niki Lauda has hailed Nico Rosberg’s victory in the Spanish Grand Prix as a potential turning point in his drivers’ title bid.
Check out how the standings changed after today's race. Rosber is 20 points behind the Championship leader.
Mercedes team gets another 1-2 win, Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is in P3
Nico Hulkenberg qualifying in P17 and Sergio Perez in P18