The Montmeló circuit hosts this weekend the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix, which will see a new episode in the fight that the Ferrari single-seaters are having with the defending champion, the Dutchman Max Verstappen. The Red Bull driver was the great winner of the last round, in Miami, and will undoubtedly seek to repeat in Barcelona.

Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc will try to score a victory that will allow him to maintain the lead in the drivers’ standings and distance himself from his teammate Carlos Sainz, who occupies fifth position overall.

Further back are the Mercedes, with a Hamilton that for the first time in many seasons is not being able to compete among the best.

For Fernando Alonso, the Spanish Grand Prix will be an opportunity to make up for his performance in Miami, where he was sanctioned by the race stewards.