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Spanish Grand Prix

Open Wheel Racing

Spanish Grand Prix

A Formula 1 race.

28 October 1951Juan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo
24 October 1954Mike HawthornFerrari

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1951 Results

October 28, 1951
Fastest lap:  2:16.930 by Juan Manuel Fangio

12Juan Manuel FangioAlfa Romeo22702:46:54.109
23Jose Froilan GonzalezFerrari670+0:54.286
34Nino FarinaAlfa Romeo2070+2:05.544
41Alberto AscariFerrari268+2 Laps3
58Felice BonettoAlfa Romeo2468+2 Laps2
66Tuolo de GraffenriedAlfa Romeo2666+4 Laps
720Louis RosierTalbot-Lago-Talbot2864+6 Laps
813Philippe EtancelinTalbot-Lago-Talbot3463+7 Laps
99Robert ManzonSimca-Gordini1463+7 Laps
1017Paco GodiaMaserati4460+10 Laps
115Luigi VilloresiFerrari448Ignition
1210Andre SimonSimca-Gordini1648Engine
1315Johnny ClaesTalbot-Lago-Talbot3637Accident
147Piero TaruffiFerrari830Wheel
1511Maurice TrintignantSimca-Gordini1225Engine
1616Georges GrignardTalbot-Lago-Talbot3823Engine
1714Yves Giraud CabantousTalbot-Lago-Talbot327Accident
1812Louis ChironTalbot-Lago-Talbot304Igition
1919Prince BiraMaserati-Osca181Engine

1954 Results

October 24, 1954
Fastest lap:  2:20.400 by Alberto Ascari

13Mike HawthornFerrari38803:13:52.18
27Luigi MussoMaserati1480+1:13.26
32Juan Manuel FangioMercedes279+1 Lap4
411Roberto MieresMaserati1079+1 Lap3
512Karl KlingMercedes479+1 Lap2
613Paco GodiaMaserati1676+4 Laps
720Louis RosierMaserati2674+6 Laps
814Ken WhartonMaserati2874+6 Laps
915Prince BiraMaserati1868+12 Laps
1010Sergio MantovaniMaserati1258Brakes
1121Toulo de GraffenriedMaserati2257Engine
129Hans HerrmannMercedes650Injection
138Maurice TrintignantFerrari4047Gearbox
1416Jacques PolletGordini4837Engine
1514Harry SchellMaserati2429Transmission
166Stirling MossMaserati820Oil pump
178Jean BehraGordini4617Brakes
1819Jacques SwatersFerrari3016Engine
191Alberto AscariLancia3410Clutch1
205Luigi VilloresiLancia362Brakes
2117Robert ManzonFerrari202Engine

Article Index

7 May 2005Trulli Wins Provisional Pole in BarcelonaVOA Sports
8 May 2005Formel 1: Räikkönen gewinnt in Spanien vor Alonso Wikinews
13 May 2006Alonso Wins Spanish GP poleVOA Sports
13 May 2007Felipe Massa wins 2007 Spanish Grand PrixWikinews
14 May 2006Alonso wins Spanish GP: fans are rejoicingWikinews
13 May 2007Automobilismo, Formula 1: Vittoria di Massa a Barcellona Wikinotizie
15 May 2007BMW Sauber Prepares For Spanish Grand PrixAnthony Fontanelle
15 May 2007BMW's Spain Race PreviewAnthony Fontanelle
18 May 2007Massa Takes Dominant Spanish Grand Prix VictoryAnthony Fontanelle
27 April 2008Automobilismo, campionato mondiale Formula 1 2008: la Ferrari domina al Montmelò Wikinotizie
29 April 2008Kimi Räikkönen wins 2008 Spanish Grand PrixWikinews
12 May 2009Jenson Button wins 2009 Spanish Grand Prix Wikinews
9 May 2010Марк Уэббер побеждает на Гран-при Испании Викиновости
15 May 2012Pastor Maldonado gewinnt den Großen Preis von SpanienWikinews
3 February 2013Mansell v Senna GIF. Yes, it's THAT overtake Matt Hubbard, Speedmonkey


The Flying Lap, Episode 70: Spanish GP debrief
May 16, 2012
Duration: 1:38:55
As consistently reported on The Flying Lap, Pastor Maldonado has been showing great promise ever since he made his F1 debut in Melbourne last year; we were also very enthusiastic about the Williams FW34-Renault's grip and downforce levels when we first saw the car at the first Jerez test in early February, 2012. In Barcelona - on a circuit that all the teams and drivers know intimately, the combination stunned the F1 world with a conclusive, brilliant victory. We are delighted on today's show to be able to celebrate live on-line with Pastor - to talk about his electrifying laps in both Q2 and Q3 and about the pressure he withstood in the closing laps of the race, when he was pushed to the limit by Ferrari's Fernando Alonso. We'll also be taking a close look at all the latest F1 technicalities with our resident guest, Craig Scarborough; Rob Wilson, who began coaching Pastor 15 months ago, will be giving us his thoughts on the Williams win; and America's Conor Daly will be talking not only about his GP3 win at Barcelona but also his upcoming aero test day with the Sahara Force India F1 team

This video is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License
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