Driver of the weekend: 2018 Spanish Grand Prix


Who was your driver of the 2018 Spanish GP weekend? This takes into account the whole weekend, not just the race. Please use the comments section below to tell us why you voted the way you did.

 

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3 responses to “Driver of the weekend: 2018 Spanish Grand Prix

  1. Hamilton and Magnussen had great drives. But it’s got to be rookie Leclerc matching Alonso at his home GP. Allez Charles!

    • Sauber was tuned to have maximum possible speed. This is why Sainz (329km/h) was stuck behind Ericsson (335), and Alonso (331) behind Leclerc (334). Alonso had a problems with car stability on exit of last turn so Sauber has had increasing the gap on about 0,2s on acceleration from last turn through finish lap line

  2. Sauber was tuned to have maximum possible speed. This is why Sainz (329km/h) was stuck behind Ericsson (335), and Alonso (331) behind Leclerc (334). Alonso had a problems with car stability on exit of last turn so Sauber has had increasing the gap on about 0,2s on acceleration from last turn through finish lap line

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