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I'm used to it – Christine's Rankings, Week 10

Alonso heads to the US as the Monaco antics beginThis week there are a handful of points for teammates working well together, particularly the Haas boys who get a moderately good score in F1’s Grill the Grid, and the Red Bull boys who preview the Monaco race very well. There’s also a look at Alonso’s tentative steps across the pond in his IndyCar debut, as well as yet more new and interesting ways of training.See more on I’m used to it – Christine’s Rankings, Week 10


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Celebrating a century of classic Class acts

Class of the Field feature passes a milestoneProlific feature writer Adam pointed out on Twitter that his Class of the Field column reached the grand old age of 100 recently. We’re rubbish at keeping track of such things, but felt such a milestone couldn’t pass without a spot of celebration. Class of the Field started even before we had a feature section and Adam has been a stalwart writer on Sidepodcast even when we have let our attention drift.See more on Celebrating a century of classic Class acts


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Selection box – Bunking off from school to go karting

What the drivers get up to in their downtimeIt’s the lull before the storm this week, with the Spanish Grand Prix rapidly disappearing in the rear view mirrow, and the double header of Monaco/Indy 500 approaching full speed ahead. With that in mind, this week’s collection of links have time to look back at the race and what came out of it, as well as ponder some of the young drivers around the grid, as well as going behind the scenes in the paddock. Enjoy!See more on Selection box – Bunking off from school to go karting


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It would be great to see you – Christine's Rankings, Week 9

Fun and games in the Spanish paddockA bumper week of rankings comes out of the Spanish Grand Prix weekend, as drivers seemed relaxed and happy to be back in Europe. There were plenty of fun updates throughout the weekend, including drivers getting involved with cooking, with instructional fashion videos, with Star Wars references, and of course, having a bit of a laugh in the press conference.See more on It would be great to see you – Christine’s Rankings, Week 9


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Wehrlein continues his return to form

Chaos upfront puts the spotlight on the midfield packWe may have been starved of action in Russia but the true return to Europe more than made up for it, as the Spanish GP, traditionally a procession, turned into a near classic. Most drivers were involved in one battle or other throughout the race, various strategies were used and the win wasn’t ensured until the final few laps. There may have been a lack of overtakes but it was still intriguing and exciting, oh and a boy met his hero too – well done FOM and Ferrari!See more on Wehrlein continues his return to form


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Ferrari miss out on race win after safety car strategy call

Hamilton regains advantage and takes victorySebastian Vettel snatched the lead of the race from polesitter Lewis Hamilton off the line, as the Spanish Grand Prix got underway. Behind them, Valtteri Bottas nudged Kimi Räikkönen who had a hard impact with Max Verstappen, knocking both drivers out of the race. With tyre strategy the main area to make gains or losses, Bottas remained out the longest of the front runners and managed to hold up Vettel, but things still looked like they were going Ferrari’s way.See more on Ferrari miss out on race win after safety car strategy call


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Race highlights – Spain 2017

Strategy takes centre stage in sunny BarcelonaTwo things were going to be key for this Barcelona race day – getting a good start off the line, and making the right strategy calls at the right time. And it was those two things that dictated the winner of the race, although there were a few incidents and retirements, and a couple of penalties that also helped move the action along.See more on Race highlights – Spain 2017


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Hamilton takes pole for Spain with Vettel on the front row

Alonso earns a top ten grid slot for McLarenMercedes have appeared to have the edge over Ferrari so far in Spain, and qualifying went that way too. Lewis Hamilton’s first run in Q3 was good enough for pole position, and no-one, not even himself could better it in the final flying laps. Vettel finished second, after dealing with engine gremlins for most of the weekend so far, whilst Bottas and Räikkönen settled for the second row of the grid.See more on Hamilton takes pole for Spain with Vettel on the front row


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Names and numbers on display in Spain practice sessions

Hamilton leads the way in BarcelonaTeams showed off their updates to the cars in practice for the Spanish Grand Prix today, as well as refreshed paintwork that more visibly displays the drivers names and numbers. Fans were only able to look at Fernando Alonso’s number for three short corners before the McLaren started issuing smoke and Alonso pulled it off track. His afternoon session was marginally better, 21 laps but he was last and complaining the engine was even slower.See more on Names and numbers on display in Spain practice sessions


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