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Pirelli have confirmed the tyre test schedule F1's 11 teams in 2014, and in turn the dates for the return of in-season testing.
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Paul Hembery has moved to defend under-fire Pirelli after stinging criticism of their tyres in wake of the vast number of pitstops seen in the Spanish GP.
Barcelona looks set to remain the home of the Spanish GP with Circuit de Catalunya officials saying they are already working on the 2014 race.
Unsurprisingly perhaps, after watching his driver Kimi Raikkonen finish second in the Spanish Grand Prix by making one pit stop fewer than his rivals, Lotus Team Principal Eric Boullier has played down the furore over tyre wear in Barcelona.
The increasingly contentious nature of F1 circa 2013 has been picked apart by the British press in the wake of the tyre-dominated Spanish GP, with the widespread suggestion being that the sport has now gone too far in its pursuit of drama and unpredictability.
Sebastian Vettel proclaimed himself happy with his fourth-place finish in the Spanish Grand Prix, saying that the podium finishers had the better of him in terms of both speed and tyre wear.
The FIA have confirmed that they will take no further action against Fernando Alonso for collecting a Spanish flag after his victory in Barcelona.
Ross Brawn has urged his Mercedes team to find a solution for the excessive tyre-wear generated by their fast but flawed W04 car.
The 22 drivers have their say on the race at the Circuit de Catalunya that was dominated by tyre preservation.
It was another "perfect weekend" for Ferrari according to Fernando Alonso, after he won the Spanish Grand Prix from fifth place on the grid.
Jenson Button is hopeful that his eighth place in Spain will signal the start of a revival for McLaren, but admits it is hard to know how much of a step the team have made.
Pirelli have vowed to make changes to their tyre compounds after a Spanish GP which was summarised by Red Bull boss Christian Horner as being about "tyres, tyres and tyres".
Lewis Hamilton is at a loss to explain why Mercedes fell so far off the pace during what turned out to be a nightmarish Spanish GP for the team.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso re-wrote history on Sunday when he won the Spanish Grand Prix from fifth place on the grid.
Sebastian Vettel is facing an unpalatable Sunday dinner if any of Red Bull's rivals manage to confound expectations by two-stopping during the Spanish GP.
Both Ferrari's Felipe Massa and Esteban Gutierrez of Sauber have been handed three-place grid penalties for blocking during qualifying for the Spanish GP.
Fernando Alonso is determined to re-write the record book in Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix after qualifying fifth on the grid.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he was beaten by the better man on the day after losing out to team-mate Nico Rosberg for pole position for the Spanish GP - and admitted he fears he'll "struggle" in Sunday's race.