This year’s Spanish Grand Prix is set to begin in May 2018 and the three-day event is heralded by the Practice runs which are usually held on the opening day which is on the 11th, this is followed by the qualifying leg on the 12th and the actual race on the closing day of the circuit; which would be the 13th.
If the qualifying races are anything to go by the final round of the races are usually the most packed with quality. Bets that had been placed by racing fanatics are cashed in on this date, and as for the racers day three is the make it or break it point in many of their careers. Last year’s Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix highlights saw one-time world champ Lewis Hamilton start off on the wrong foot when he collided with another contender’s (Nico Rosberg) in the first lap of the race day.
This was somehow blamed on the car manufacturers (Mercedes) but this is only when viewed from the driver’s angle. Sebastian Vettel opened up the races rather well for himself, Ferrari and race fans all round when he managed a 1-2 lead in the opening practice of the Spanish GP.
Although we don't have the full Spanish Grand Prix replay here, it'll help you a lot to remember the facts and details from last year's event - especially if you're avid punters.
These are just some of the highlights in last year’s events that can be a replay(ed) on this site in video format. The quality should be impressive as it is in High Definition and video reviews (with comments) of winners of previous legs as well as hopefuls for the coming 2018 season to be held (as it always is) in the Spanish Grand Prix circuit in Barcelona.
All three stages of the event preceded by the opening day practice races followed by the qualifying rounds and eventually, the unveiling of the new Spanish Grand Prix overall victor have been compiled and are available in this site’s archives including news on start racers that take part in the races every year.
This will help you enormously. We will cover the Spanish Grand Prix qualifying highlights for this year's event, so just make sure you bookmark this page. Our experts will help you catch everything.