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The LX Gran Premio de España Emirates 2018, otherwise known as the 2018 Spanish Grand Prix, was the fifth round of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship, staged at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on 13 May 2018.[1] The race was the first of the season to be staged in Europe and, as ever, featured a wide array of upgrades for the field.[2]

In qualifying, Lewis Hamilton took his second pole position of the season, whilst his teammate Valtteri Bottas qualified alongside him on the front row to score Mercedes' first front row lockout of 2018, and Sebastian Vettel qualified third on the grid.

In the race, Hamilton stayed in the lead while Vettel overtook Bottas, before the safety car was called out after Romain Grosjean spun into the paths of Nico Hülkenberg and Pierre Gasly. After the safety car came in at the end of lap 6, the order of the top three did not change aside from the pit stops. When the virtual safety car was later deployed on lap 40 due to Esteban Ocon suffering a mechanical failure on his car and parking it beside the track, Vettel came into the pits for a new set of tyres, but dropped behind Bottas and Max Verstappen. Hamilton continued on to take his second victory of the season, while Bottas scored Mercedes' first one-two finish of the season, enabling them to take the lead of the Constructors' Championship. Verstappen completed the podium despite running with a slightly damaged front wing after trying to lap Lance Stroll at the end of the virtual safety car.

BackgroundEdit

Formula One headed to its familiar winter home for the fifth round of the 2018 Championship tour, with the highly technical Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya playing host to the 60th Spanish Grand Prix.[1] Likewise the circuit would play host to the FIA Formula 2 Championship, as well as the opening round of the GP3 Series.[1] Otherwise, the circuit and entry list remained unchanged since the teams' visits for the Barcelona Tests, although the new tarmac had been worn in by other series.[1]

However, while the circuit remained unchanged, the tyres Pirelli had brought along to Catalunya were slightly different to those used previously.[3] Indeed, while the compounds were faithful to the familiar choice of "medium", "soft" and "supersoft", Pirelli had been allowed to reduce the overall tread depth of every tyre by 4mm after overheating issues during the pre-season tests.[3][4] It was thought that the reduction in rubber would allow heat to escape from the tyres quicker than it otherwise would have, an issue that had affected all of the teams during the pre-season tests.[3]

Elsewhere, several teams and drivers were dealing with the fallout from the rather bruising 2018 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, with Red Bull in particular having to deal with their own PR disaster.[5] Their issues came as a result of the collision between Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo towards the end of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix which had seen both retire, after the pair had touched on more than one occasion during the race itself.[5] While both were apologetic about the incident, and accepted they both were at fault to some degree, Red Bull team principle Christian Horner revealed that the team would review their rules of engagement again ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, having already done so on the morning of the Baku brawl.[5]

Horner's comments followed those of Mercedes Chairman Niki Lauda, who declared that it was Verstappen's weaving ahead of the braking zone that led to the accident, making it '70% Verstappen and 30% Ricciardo'. [6] The three time World Champion also suggested that, had the accident happened at the Silver Arrows, that both drivers would be fined, although Horner dismissed this idea instantly.[5] Regardless, the future of the Ricciardo-Verstappen partnership remained in doubt, particularly as it was only two years since Daniil Kvyat had been dropped from the senior squad after a series of incidents in 2016.

As if to distract the media pack surrounding their driver clashes, the Red Bull team also revealed that they had had a formal meeting with Honda in Azerbaijan regarding engines for 2019.[7] The Austrian squad had already signed their junior team Toro Rosso team to the Japanese manufacturer for the 2018 season, and, as expected, were prepared to fully investigate a switch to Honda before the deadline to declare an engine supplier in mid-May.[7] Red Bull's current suppliers Renault were open-minded about the talks, having fallen out with the Austrian backed effort in 2014.[7]

Away from Red Bull and Haas found their drivers under fire for their actions in the grid, with Pierre Gasly labelling Kevin Magnussen as 'the most dangerous driver on the grid'.[8] Magnussen had, according to replays, Gasly, and the stewards, pushed the Frenchman into the wall during the second re-start, resulting in the Dane receiving a ten second penalty at the end of the race.[8] Their clash, which saw pieces of Gasly's front wing dumped onto the start/finish straight, would ultimately cause Valtteri Bottas' retirement a lap later, although Charlie Whiting revealed that there had been no reports of debris on the circuit after the restart.[9]

Haas' other driver Romain Grosjean, meanwhile, was receiving flak for his ignominious exit from the race under the second safety car, with the Frenchman sliding into the barriers while warming his tyres.[10] The Frenchman had initially blamed one of the Saubers for the accident, only for replays to show that he had spun into the barriers all on his own.[10] After the race, Grosjean conceded that he was to blame, having accidentally caught a switch that changed his brake balance, catching him out as the rear axle locked.[10]

Elsewhere, Sergey Sirotkin, having caused a collision with Sergio Pérez on the first lap in Azerbaijan, received a three-place grid penalty for Barcelona, although the Russian's employers Williams ultimately made an appeal.[11] Their case revolved around the concept of comparing Sirotkin's clash to every other incident in Azerbaijan that either resulted in time penalties or no further action, although as they lacked any substantial evidence of their own, the appeal was rejected.[12] In an unrelated affair, Williams would also part ways with their lead designer Ed Wood, who had been with the team for twelve years.[13] Wood, who had overseen the team's recent switch to a more cornering focused design, was said to have left for 'personal reasons'.[13]

In terms of the Championship, Lewis Hamilton's surprise victory in Baku meant it was the Brit who left the Azerbaijan capital at the head of the Championship, having overhauled Sebastian Vettel by four points. Kimi Räikkönen, meanwhile, had moved back into third ahead of Bottas, while Ricciardo had dropped back to fifth. Fernando Alonso had retained sixth ahead of Nico Hülkenberg, while Pérez, Charles Leclerc, Lance Stroll and Brendon Hartley had all added their names to the board.

Into the Constructors' Championship and Ferrari had smuggled the lead away from Mercedes in Baku, although their advantage over the German squad was just four points. Red Bull-TAG Heuer looked to be slipping away in third, while McLaren-Renault had remained in fourth, just a point ahead of the Renault factory squad. Force India-Mercedes had shot up the table to sixth, while Williams-Mercedes remained at the foot of the table in spite their first points finish of the season.

Entry listEdit

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Mercedes W09 EQ Power+ Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Mercedes W09 EQ Power+ Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF71H Ferrari 062 EVO P
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF71H Ferrari 062 EVO P
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB14 TAG Heuer TAG Heuer P
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB14 TAG Heuer TAG Heuer P
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM11 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
31 France Esteban Ocon India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM11 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW41 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW41 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault Sport Formula One Team Renault R.S.18 Renault R.E.18 P
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault Sport Formula One Team Renault R.S.18 Renault R.E.18 P
28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda Toro Rosso STR13 Honda RA618H P
10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda Toro Rosso STR13 Honda RA618H P
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-18 Ferrari 062 EVO P
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-18 Ferrari 062 EVO P
14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL33 Renault R.E.18 P
2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL33 Renault R.E.18 P
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team Sauber C37 Ferrari 062 EVO P
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team Sauber C37 Ferrari 062 EVO P
Free Practice 1 only
40 Poland Robert Kubica United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW41 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
Source:[14]

Practice OverviewEdit

FP1Edit

FP2Edit

FP3Edit

Practice ResultsEdit

NoDriverTeamFP1 FP2 FP3
TimePosTimePosTimePos
2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1:20.083 9 1:19.722 9 1:19.236 14
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1:19.871 7 1:18.392 2 1:17.981 5
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 1:19.098 3 1:18.585 4 1:17.550 3
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 1:19.499 5 1:18.829 6 1:17.581 4
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 1:19.906 8 1:19.579 7 1:18.706 7
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:20.984 14 1:20.501 15 1:19.744 18
10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 1:20.508 10 1:20.373 14 1:18.886 10
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 1:20.924 13 1:19.962 10 1:19.376 16
14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1:19.858 6 1:20.035 12 1:18.847 9
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:20.665 12 1:20.514 16 1:19.292 15
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:22.756 20 1:21.556 19 1:19.900 19
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 1:20.637 11 1:19.643 8 1:18.357 6
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 1:21.159 17 1:20.183 13 1:18.905 11
28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 1:21.373 18 1:21.265 18 1:19.428 17
31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 1:21.144 16 1:20.024 11 1:19.121 13
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1:19.187 4 1:18.533 3 1:19.013 12
35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes DNP 1:22.060 20 1:19.909 20
40 Poland Robert Kubica United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:21.510 19 DNP DNP
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1:18.997 2 1:18.259 1 1:17.281 1
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault 1:21.053 15 1:20.672 17 1:18.783 8
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 1:18.148 1 1:18.611 5 1:17.294 2
Source: [15][16][17]

QualifyingEdit

Q1Edit

Q2Edit

Q3Edit

Qualifying ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos Time Pos Time Pos Time
1 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 51:17.633 41:17.166 11:16.173 1
2 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 61:17.674 31:17.111 21:16.213 2
3 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 11:17.031 11:16.802 31:16.305 3
4 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 31:17.483 21:17.071 41:16.612 4
5 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 21:17.411 51:17.266 51:16.816 5
6 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 41:17.623 71:17.638 61:16.818 6
7 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 71:18.169 61:17.618 71:17.676 7
8 14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 81:18.276 101:18.100 81:17.721 8
9 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault 101:18.480 91:17.803 91:17.790 9
10 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 91:18.305 81:17.699 101:17.835 10
11 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 151:18.885 111:18.323 11
12 10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 111:18.550 121:18.463 12
13 31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 141:18.813 131:18.696 13
14 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 121:18.661 141:18.910 14
15 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 131:18.740 151:19.098 15
16 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 161:18.923 16
17 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 171:19.493 17
18 35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 181:19.695 19*
19 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 191:20.225 18
107% time: 1:22.423
NC 28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 20no time 20
Source: [18]
  • * Sirotkin was given a three-place grid penalty for causing a collision with Pérez at the previous race in Azerbaijan.[12]
  • Hartley failed to set a time within the 107% rule due to his car being under repair following a crash in FP3. However, he was given permission from the stewards to participate in the race.[18]

GridEdit

RaceEdit

ReportEdit

ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 66 1h 35m 29.972s 1 25
2 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 66 +20.593s 2 18
3 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 66 +26.873s 5 15
4 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 66 +27.584s 3 12
5 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 66 +50.058s 6 10
6 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 65 +1 Lap 7 8
7 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault 65 +1 Lap 9 6
8 14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 65 +1 Lap 8 4
9 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 64 +2 Laps 15 2
10 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 64 +2 Laps 14 1
11 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 64 +2 Laps 18
12 28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 64 +2 Laps 20
13 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 64 +2 Laps 17
14 35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 63 +3 Laps 19
Ret 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 45 Electrical 11
Ret 31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 38 Engine Sensor 13
Ret 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 25 Gear Selection 4
Ret 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 0 Spun off/Accident 10
Ret 10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 0 Brakes/Accident 12
Ret 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 0 Spun off/Accident 16
Source: [19]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

The dominant victory for Lewis Hamilton would see the Brit establish a seventeen point lead atop the World Championship standings, with Sebastian Vettel remaining in second. Behind the two Finns Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Räikkönen swapped places, while Daniel Ricciardo completed the top five. Elsewhere, Max Verstappen climbed into sixth, while Kevin Magnussen moved into the top ten after finishing the day as best of the rest.

In the Constructors' Championship it was now advantage Mercedes, with their one-two finish moving the German squad back ahead of Ferrari. Their tally of 153 was some 27 clear of the Italian firm's although with their cars evenly matched that advantage was not a significant one. Behind them and in a solid third, were Red Bull-TAG Heuer, while Renault moved past McLaren-Renault for fourth.

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 95
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 78
3 Finland Valtteri Bottas 58 ▲1
4 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 48 ▼1
5 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 47
6 Netherlands Max Verstappen 33 ▲2
7 Spain Fernando Alonso 32 ▼1
8 Denmark Kevin Magnussen 19 ▲4
9 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. 19 ▲1
10 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 18 ▼2
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez 17 ▼2
12 France Pierre Gasly 9 ▼1
13 Monaco Charles Leclerc 9
14 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne 8
15 Canada Lance Stroll 4
16 Sweden Marcus Ericsson 2
17 France Esteban Ocon 1
18 New Zealand Brendon Hartley 1
Constructors World Championship
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 Germany Mercedes 153 ▲1
2 Italy Ferrari 126 ▼1
3 Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 80
4 France Renault 41 ▲1
5 United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 40 ▼1
6 United States Haas-Ferrari 19 ▲2
7 India Force India-Mercedes 18 ▼1
8 Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 13 ▼1
9 Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 11
10 United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 4
Only point scoring drivers are shown.

ReferencesEdit

Images and Videos:

References:

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V T E 2018 Formula One Season
Teams Ferrari • Force India • Haas • McLaren • Mercedes • Red Bull • Renault • Sauber • Toro Rosso • Williams
Engines Ferrari • Honda • Mercedes • Renault • TAG Heuer
Drivers alphabetically Alonso • Bottas • Ericsson • Gasly • Grosjean • Hamilton • Hartley • Hülkenberg • Leclerc • Magnussen • Ocon • Pérez • Räikkönen • Ricciardo • Sainz • Sirotkin • Stroll • Vandoorne • Verstappen • Vettel
Drivers by number Vandoorne • 3 Ricciardo • 5 Vettel • 7 Räikkönen • 8 Grosjean • 9 Ericsson • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 14 Alonso • 16 Leclerc • 18 Stroll • 20 Magnussen • 27 Hülkenberg • 28 Hartley • 31 Ocon • 33 Verstappen • 35 Sirotkin • 44 Hamilton • 55 Sainz • 77 Bottas
Other Drivers
Cars Ferrari SF71H • Force India VJM11 • Haas VF-18 • McLaren MCL33 • Mercedes AMG F1 W09 EQ Power+ • Red Bull RB14 • Renault R.S.18 • Sauber C37 • Toro Rosso STR13 • Williams FW41
Tyres Pirelli
Races Australia • Bahrain • China • Azerbaijan • Spain • Monaco • Canada • France • Austria • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Singapore • Russia • Japan • United States • Mexico • Brazil • Abu Dhabi
See also 2017 Formula One Season • 2019 Formula One Season • Category
V T E Spain Spanish Grand Prix
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