Here are the complete results from the Spanish Grand Prix, where Red Bull have clinched a 1-2 to capitalise on a mid-race retirement for Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.
Red Bull have claimed a 1-2 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, with Max Verstappen recovering from an early spin and intermittent DRS issues to win ahead of teammate Sergio Perez.
With Ferrari suffering a mid-race retirement as Charles Leclerc retired from the lead, Red Bull have taken the lead of the Constructors’ Championship, while Verstappen has also taken the lead of the Drivers’ Championship.
It was a calamitous day for Ferrari, with Carlos Sainz unable to finish on the podium at his home race as a result of a poor start and an early spin.
This left Mercedes’ George Russell to take third place and the final podium spot, having spent the first two-thirds of the race doing his best to stay ahead of the two Red Bulls.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz claimed fourth, benefitting from a late race issue for…