Formula 1

AWS Spanish Grand Prix

Verstappen eases to win ahead of resurgent Merc

Max Verstappen strengthened his already commanding F1 title lead with dominant victory at the Spanish Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.

Race Positions
1
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen
Red Bull
1:27:57.940
Laps: 66
Pits: 2
2
Britain
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
+24.090
Laps: 66
Pits: 2
3
Britain
George Russell
George Russell
Mercedes
+32.389
Laps: 66
Pits: 2
4
Mexico
Sergio Pérez
Sergio Pérez
Red Bull
+35.812
Laps: 66
Pits: 2
5
Spain
Carlos Sainz
Carlos Sainz
Ferrari
+45.698
Laps: 66
Pits: 2
6
Canada
Lance Stroll
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin
+1:03.320
Laps: 66
Pits: 2
Circuit Information
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Circuit Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location Barcelona, Spain Circuit Type Track
Circuit Length 4.665 km Circuit Distance 307.104 km
No. of Laps 66 No. of Turns 16
Lap Record: 1:21.670 Kimi Raikkonen (2008)
Sessions
FP1
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:14.606

Jun 02, 2023

Finished

FP2
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:13.907

Jun 02, 2023

Finished

FP3
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:13.664

Jun 03, 2023

Finished

Qual
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:12.272

Jun 03, 2023

Finished

Race
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:27:57.940

Jun 04, 2023

Finished

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