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Spanish Grand Prix: Toro Rosso preview Barcelona weekend

Jean-Eric Vergne leads Daniil Kvyat Even if the European part of the season has shrunk in recent years – although well done Red Bull getting Austria back on the calendar – returning to the Old Continent is always one of the high points of the year. The honour of welcoming the teams back to Europe has fallen to the Circuit of Catalunya for many years now and this will be the 24th time the Spanish race has been held here. The circuit layout is challenging technically, with a very long pit straight and some long fast corners, but it usually takes something like rain or massive tyre degradation to throw up a truly exciting race. With this year’s rule changes, it’s hard to know what to...
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