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Horner: Merc will be beaten
Christian Horner thinks Mercedes will be beaten this season, despite the Silver Arrows appearing a class apart from the rest of the field in the opening five races.
Merc rivals put under scrutiny
The consequences of Mercedes' total supremacy at the start of F1's new era for their increasingly distant rivals, and Formula 1 as a whole, have been put under the spotlight by the British press in the wake of the Spanish GP.
Bottas: Step forward in Spain
Valtteri Bottas says Williams made a step forward at Sunday's Spanish GP and thinks they are now the third quickest team on the F1 grid.
Vettel impresses in adversity
Sebastian Vettel has arguably received more praise for his stirring recovery to fourth in the Spanish GP than he ever did during his four successive years of relentless title-winning success.
Lewis plays down radio calls
New World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton has played down his tetchy radio exchanges with his race engineer during the course of his Spanish GP win.
Button unhappy with form
Jenson Button says McLaren are being hurt by the inexperience of Kevin Magnussen with the team, one of the most successful in the sport's history, still without a point since March.
Hamilton holds on in Spain
Lewis Hamilton seized the 2014 World Championship lead for the first time after beating Nico Rosberg to Spanish GP victory in after a race-long game of strategic cat and mouse distilled into a tense final-stint showdown between the utterly dominant Mercedes pair.
Red Bull: Wing was broken
Red Bull have denied any deliberate intent after a small wing on Sebastian Vettel's car was seen apparently flexing during Spanish GP practice.
Grosjean hoping for points
After qualifying fifth for the Spanish GP, Romain Grosjean voiced cautious optimism that he can maintain the position and claim Lotus's first points of the season on Sunday.
Big changes work for Bottas
Valtteri Bottas had set-up changes to thank for his fourth-place grid slot at the Spanish GP while Felipe Massa reckoned he could have joined his Williams team-mate but for a mistake in qualifying.
Grid drop adds to Vettel woes
Sebastian Vettel's problem-filled Spanish GP weekend has taken a fresh hit following confirmation that his RB10 will require a new gearbox, triggering an automatic five-place grid penalty.
Pastor 'happy' despite crash
Pastor Maldonado says he is "happy" to keep on fighting his Lotus E22 despite suffering another knock-out blow at the start of qualifying for the Spanish GP.
Vettel bored of glitches
Sebastian Vettel will start Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix from a lowly 15th place after gearbox trouble in qualifying, the latest in a long line of glitches to have affected his season.
Hamilton relieved by pole
A relieved Lewis Hamilton has admitted he had to dig deep to beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to pole position in Barcelona.
Qualy: Hamilton does it again
Lewis Hamilton turned the tables on Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg when it mattered most in Spanish GP Qualifying to secure his fourth pole in five attempts this season.
Vettel to drive at Barca test
Sebastian Vettel will remain in Spain following Sunday's Grand Prix to drive for Red Bull at next week's two day test at the Circuit de Catalunya which starts on Tuesday.
P3: Rosberg heads Hamilton
Nico Rosberg was fastest in final practice for the Spanish Grand Prix on Saturday morning ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
Grid penalty for Vergne
Jean-Eric Vergne has been handed a ten-place grid penalty at the Spanish GP and his Toro Rosso team fined after his STR9 car lost a wheel during Practice Two at Barcelona.
Button: P2 was our real pace
Jenson Button admitted McLaren's lower-key afternoon position on the Barcelona timesheet was a more accurate reflection of their competitiveness and reckons beating Williams and Force India is their realistic Spanish GP target.
Ricciardo: Merc too far ahead
Daniel Ricciardo is resigned to Red Bull once more being 'best of the rest' after ending Friday practice for the Spanish GP third fastest behind Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.