Race results - Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix. Pos. Driver, Team, Time. 1. L. Hamilton · Mercedes, 2. S. Vettel · Ferrari, + 3. D. Ricciardo. LEWIS HAMILTON beat Sebastian Vettel in a thrilling battle to win the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. F1: Lewis Hamilton wins the Spanish Grand Prix – as it happened . Full results to follow, but the top ten looks like this: 1. Hamilton 2. Vettel 3.
2017 Spanish Grand Prix: Race Highlights Hamilton puts in a good first sector but his middle stint is slacking. Key events Show 3. As we enter this lap, Ricciardo laps Massa. There's some important points being picked up by Toro Rosso at the moment. Video - Race highlights. I'm sure they'll be having some words
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Sebastian Vettel almost snatched pole position ahead of Lewis Hamilton but a small error through the final chicane meant the championship leader had to settle for second, just 0. Relive the definitive moment of the Spanish GP as Lewis Hamilton overtook Sebastian Vettel for the lead of the race. His lead is extending though, now 2 seconds ahead of Vettel. As we rate the business so far, which clubs are leading the way Hamilton was on pole but was hopped by Sebastian Vettel on the first corner, before fighting back to retake the lead on lap That's what Hamilton told his team radio, referring to Vettel who is 2. Alonso has pitted for the third time and returns to the track in P
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The German is looking comfortable out there at the moment but his tyres won't last all race and Hamilton will have to exploit that. A new Queensland dynasty is born. Cristiano Ronaldo posts family snap as Real Madrid star's girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez appears to show off Elsewhere Fernando Alonso incredibly dragged his McLaren not only into the final phase of qualifying, but then to seventh on the grid in front of his home fans. MORE STARS OF SPORT Pep's Mini adventure! Ross Barkley misses Everton's pre-season trip to Tanzania With Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull all losing one car apiece, Force India profited and finished fourth and fifth with Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon respectively.