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PICTORIAL REVIEW: 2014 F1 Spanish Grand Prix

Once again, there were so many great imagesincluded in the Crash.net gallery from the latest F1 weekend that we decided that you needed to be brought some of the more pertinent ones. As a result, please find ten pictures that we feel adequately tell the story of last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya. Admittedly it wasn't the most exciting race of the season, but the last ten laps provided some tension as the Mercedes boys went head-to-head, as you can read all about as Lewis Hamilton made it fout race wins in five races and finally overhauled the points gap to team-mate Nico Rosberg after his unfortunate retirement from pole position in Melbourne. Enjoy...
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