From 14-16 August 2020
After seeing Max Verstappen finally breaking Mercedes' dominance in the previous test, the Formula One car headed for the 6th race of the 2020 Formula One Championship. The heat and degradation of tires expected to become the protagonist again. Watch F1 Spain Grand Prix live streaming, which will start on 14 August-15 August 2020. The Formula 1 Spanish GP 2020 will take place at the 4.655-kilometer Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
The final race at Silverstone sparked a glimmer of hope among those expecting a competitive championship, or at least some opposition to Mercedes, who threatened to win every race of the season.
Due to the high temperature, softer compound than usual, and higher minimum pressure than previous competitions, the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix became a nightmare for the Germans. This allowed Max Verstappen to seize the opportunity and obtain the first victory of the year.
In Spain, the situation may move in a similar direction, as it is expected that a lot or more heat to be generated, and the Catalonia circuit will also generate very large side loads on the tires, so degradation may again become the protagonist. Although, yes, for this Grand Prix, the harder compounds will return: C3 is soft, C2 is medium, and C1 is hard, the same as used in the first Silverstone event.
Friday, 14 August 2020
Practice 1: 11: 00-12: 30
Practice 2: 15: 00-16: 30
Saturday, 15 August 2020
Practice 3: 11: 00-12: 00
Sunday, 15 August 2020
The Catalunya Circuit is located just beneath 28 kilometers northeast of Barcelona. It is a modern circuit, but it is also quite distinctive. There are various turns, short straight lines, and long straight pits.
In 1991 the track was opened and hosted the first race Spanish Grand Prix the following year it hosted a cycling race at the Barcelona Olympics. During the winter the F1 official testing race takes place, the drivers are very used to what this track will bring them.
The combination of demanding, fast corners, and high-tech final parts ensures that power and accuracy are always tested. The race will happen on Sunday within 66 laps of the 4.655km track.
According to reports, the Spanish Grand Prix will be canceled from the F1 schedule 2020, while the Dutch Grand Prix will be added as a European Tour. This proved to be unfounded.
Although the Zandvoort event was canceled due to the global health pandemic, and the Spanish Grand Prix moved from May to August, now both events include in the original calendar.
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Friday, 14 August 2020: 28c, sunny
Saturday, 15 August 2020: 28c, sunny
Sunday, 16 August, 27c, sunny
Lewis Hamilton seeks to win the fourth consecutive championship in Barcelona, and this is the fifth time, and this venue is also the stage where Max Verstappen has achieved F1 success for the first time.
It is worth noting that the Dutchman emerged from the P4 car for the first time in the Red Bull Race, and thus became the youngest F1 champion, at only 18 years and 228 days.
Moreover, this event has won many famous drivers such as Fernando Alonso, Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes) - 2019
Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes) - 2018
Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes) - 2017
Max Verstappen (Netherlands, Red Bull) - 2016
Nico Rosberg (Germany, Mercedes)- 2015
Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes) - 2014
Fernando Alonso (Spain, Ferrari)- 2013
Pastor Maldonado (Venezuela, Williams) – 2012
Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Red Bull) - 2011
Mark Webber (Australia, Red Bull)- 2010