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Driver reaction: Monaco GP

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock following the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix.

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Driver reaction: Monaco GP qualifying

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock following qualifying for the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix.

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Driver reaction: Thursday practice

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock following Thursday practice for the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix

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'What are we doing, racing or ping pong?'

ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Spanish Grand Prix as Max Verstappen scored a quite unbelievable maiden victory aged just 18.

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Verstappen: I knew the Ferrari was quicker

Max Verstappen said he had to manage his lead over Kimi Raikkonen in the final laps of the Spanish Grand Prix as he attempted to hold off the faster Ferrari for victory.

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Lewis: Crash won't change Rosberg relationship

Lewis Hamilton says his collision with Nico Rosberg on the first lap of the Spanish Grand Prix will not change the relationship with his Mercedes teammate.

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Kvyat: I could have won that race

Russian believes he could have been the man on the top step of the podium in Spain after seeing Red Bull replacement Max Verstappen win in Spain.

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Driver reaction: Spanish GP

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock following the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix

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Software issue caused Alonso retirement

McLaren revealed a software command issue cut the engine on Fernando Alonso's car at the Spanish Grand Prix and forced him to retire from the race.

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Raikkonen disappointed with second place

Kimi Raikkonen was left disappointed after finishing second at the Spanish Grand Prix, despite moving up to second place in the drivers' championship as a result.

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Vettel: Ricciardo nearly caused a crash

Sebastian Vettel said he and Daniel Ricciardo would have crashed at the Spanish Grand Prix had he not provided the space for the late-braking Red Bull to run wide.

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Mercedes clash: Hamilton's view

Lewis Hamilton says he had to try to overtake Nico Rosberg once it became clear his teammate was in a slower engine mode before their Spanish Grand Prix collision.

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Mercedes clash: Rosberg's view

Nico Rosberg says he was surprised to see Lewis Hamilton go for such a small gap before the pair made contact and crashed out of the Spanish Grand Prix.

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Stewards deem Mercedes clash a racing incident

The stewards of the Spanish Grand Prix opted not to apportion blame for the first lap collision between Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, calling it a racing incident.

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Verstappen: First F1 win an 'amazing' feeling

Max Verstappen described his first victory in Formula One as feeling "amazing" after he capitalised on a collision between the Mercedes drivers to win the Spanish Grand Prix.

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Lauda: Lewis was too aggressive

Niki Lauda says Lewis Hamilton was "too aggressive" before his collision with Nico Rosberg in Spain, an incident which dramatically ended Mercedes' race.

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Hamilton and Rosberg crash at Spanish GP

Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg dramatically collided on the opening lap of the Spanish Grand Prix, taking both Mercedes drivers out of the race.

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Alonso rates McLaren chassis ahead of Ferrari's

Fernando Alonso says data from Spanish Grand Prix qualifying can be used to show that McLaren's chassis is only second to Mercedes' and Red Bull's on the 2016 grid.

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Grosjean: 14th a fair reflection of Haas pace

Romain Grosjean thinks 14th on the grid represents the best Haas can currently do on a normal day after his qualifying effort for the Spanish Grand Prix.

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