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Actually, Formula 1’s return to Europe signals a key stage in the grand prix season and this weekend’s race in Spain
Of course is one of the most important in the entire calendar Often setting the tone for the remainder of the year.
The difficulty of producing and shipping upgrades to the different corners of the globe means things often remain static in performance terms before the Spanish Grand Prix.
But when the cars rolled out for practice at the Circuit de Catalunya on Friday
there were sweeping changes up and down the grid, including many that weren’t obvious.
The theory goes that if you have a car that goes well in Barcelona
then you’re most likely to have a car that goes well for the remainder of the season.
Catalunya has long straights that test power and punish drag; fast, medium and slow-speed corners
and both long and short corners and a few big stops thrown in
which all combine to test virtually every element of a grand prix car’s design and engineering.
Plus, it’s the track F1 teams know inside-out, having already completed eight days of running around it.
As well as the flurry of tweaks to wings, sidepods, engine covers and bargeboards, Ferrari and Renault have introduced engine upgrades.
While we won’t truly know the effect that these will have on the running order until the end of the race, we do know which areas each squad will be keen to improve.
Ever the master of playing things down, Toto Wolff says he’s “quite sceptical” heading into the fifth round of the world championship, despite returning to Catalunya off the back of four-straight 1-2 finishes.
“Nobody would have predicted four Mercedes 1-2s to start the year,” he says, and he’s largely right. All indications from pre-season testing suggested Ferrari had the faster car.
In truth, it probably still does, but it just doesn’t work out of the box as well as the Mercedes, which seems strong in all areas, specifically reliability.
Now “Our points tally doesn’t reflect the competitive picture,” adds Wolff. “The truth is the results are too flattering.
We had the fastest car in Australia and China, but we won in Bahrain thanks to our reliability and
while our race pace looked good in Azerbaijan, we couldn’t build a gap over our rivals.
While Mercedes has dominated the opening four races in terms of results, Ferrari and Red Bull haven’t been too far behind on pace terms
Also, definitely and the order could well be jumbled by the flood of upgrades that Spain allows.