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Can Ferrari overturn their pace deficit to Red Bull in Spain?

The Spanish Grand Prix, for many years now, has been symbolic as one of the first European races of the year and the first real opportunity for the teams to bring major upgrades to their cars. That pattern has, however, looked slightly different this year after both Red Bull and Mercedes made changes to their respective cars that appeared to make a difference to their pace. Red Bull are said to have lost up to 5kg with the upgrade they introduced to the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, and it has helped Max Verstappen to two consecutive wins in Imola and Miami, with Ferrari unable to provide an answer to the Austrian’s outfit’s race pace. READ: Carlos Sainz wants ‘unique’ Spanish GP...
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