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19dNate Saunders

A vital win for the championship

ESPN rounds up the main talking points from the Spanish Grand Prix, featuring Nico Rosberg's first win of 2015 and why changes to power unit numbers look set to fall through.

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19dLaurence Edmondson

Ferrari updates not good enough - Arrivabene

Ferrari is hoping this week's test at Barcelona will shed some light on the reasons why its updates for the Spanish Grand Prix did not offer the step forward the team expected.

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20dLaurence Edmondson

2015 a 'write-off' for Red Bull - Horner

The engine penalties looming over Red Bull has resulted in team boss Christian Horner labelling this season a write-off after just the fifth round.

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20dNate Saunders

Bottas: 'Plan C' nearly didn't work

Finn held off a Ferrari - this time fellow countryman Kimi Raikkonen - for fourth in the second race in a row and praised team's strategy.

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20dNate Saunders

Sainz and Kvyat cleared after last-lap clash

Clash which saw Carlos Sainz forced wide across Turn 1 by Daniil Kvyat while they battled for ninth place is deemed a racing incident by the stewards.

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20dLaurence Edmondson and Maria Vallahis

Tear-off visor likely cause of Alonso's brake failure

A tear-off visor appears to be to blame for Fernando Alonso's brake failure at the Spanish Grand Prix, which saw him come close to running over his pit crew and resulted in his retirement.

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20dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes 'just too quick' - Vettel

Sebastian Vettel said there was no way he could match Mercedes' pace at the Spanish Grand Prix.

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20dNate Saunders

Rosberg eases to vital victory in Spain

German led away from pole and went completely unchallenged to claim his first victory since the 2014 Brazilian Grand Prix and narrow Lewis Hamilton's championship lead to 20 points.

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20dLaurence Edmondson

Tyres behind modern F1's slow lap times - Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says it is the current tyres, not car technology, that makes modern Formula One seem too slow to be the premier motorsport category.

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20dKate Walker

A slice of F1 history

Kate Walker ventures north of the Circuit de Catalunya to find a unique piece of F1 history away from the confines of the Barcelona circuit.

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21dNate Saunders

Massa: Q3 error cost me fourth

Brazilian certain he could have beaten Williams team-mate Valtteri Bottas onto the second row had he not ran wide at Turn 3.

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21dLaurence Edmondson

Vettel hoped to be closer at F1's bellwether circuit

Sebastian Vettel said Ferrari has hoped to be a bit closer in qualifying at the Spanish Grand Prix, which is considered to be F1's bellweather circuit to judge the relative strengths of each car.

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21dLaurence Edmondson

'Psychologically it feels great' - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg took psychological boost from beating his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to pole position at the Spanish Grand Prix on Saturday.

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21dNate Saunders

Rosberg claims vital qualifying boost in FP3

Beats Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton to top spot in final practice as he looks to rectify qualifying form ahead of Spanish Grand Prix.

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