No matter how interesting the new cars are, Formula 1 is of no significance compared to the horror of war breaking out in Ukraine. But, what it can do, hopefully, is provide the escapism of sport – even during testing. New designs, new drivers, new rules returning to an old problem – there has been plenty to dig into over the three days of running at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. As ever, the usual caveats of testing apply, as all the teams and drivers are keen to point out at every available opportunity. Everyone is somewhere and everyone is nowhere.
Listen to this article Leclerc claimed a third pole of the 2022 season by topping qualifying ahead of his Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz, with Verstappen ending up third after his final Q3 lap went wrong. The […]
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