As we approach the much-awaited Spanish Grand Prix this weekend, let us take a look at the possible results and podium finishes
The Spanish Grand Prix is scheduled to take place from 20th to 22nd of May at Circuit de Barcelona, Catalunya. It is the first race of the season in Europe. A warm and sunny Barcelona is set to welcome the F1 teams at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Another intense Verstappen-Leclerc duel is on the cards in Barcelona. Leclerc leads the drivers’ championship but a win for Verstappen would mean that the Red Bull takes the top spot – there’s a lot at stake! The ever-consistent Sergio Perez is again one of the contenders to finish on the podium. Home favorites Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso are expected to finish in the top six.
P1 for Charles Leclerc, P2 for Sergio Perez and P3 for Max Verstappen is our prediction for the weekend.
How did things turn out in the last edition of the Spanish GP?
In 2021, pole position holder Lewis Hamilton took a sixth consecutive Spanish Grand Prix victory 2021 as Mercedes won a strategic battle with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.
In qualifying, Lewis Hamilton made history as he became the first driver to secure 100 pole positions in Formula 1.
In the main race, Hamilton made the race-winning move at the start of Lap 60 and went on to claim a sixth consecutive win in Spain. There were mixed fortunes for the home-favorite Spanish drivers. Carlos Sainz finished in seventh place, while Fernando Alonso finished a lap down in seventeenth.
Where can we watch the live broadcast of Spanish GP?
In the United States, fans can catch the action on the ESPN Network. Viewers in the UK can watch every session from the start of the first practice session to the end of the race on Sky Sports. In India, the qualifying session and main race will be broadcast live on Star Sports. All practice sessions, qualifying sessions and the main race can be streamed live on Disney+Hotstar.
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