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Leclerc’s charge from the back and Sainz taking the fight to Verstappen – What To Watch For in the Spanish GP

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Chris Medland
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From a home hero on the front row to McLaren chasing a first podium this year, and from drivers out of position to the impact of a new track layout, we highlight some key areas to look out for when the lights go out at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya…

1. Sainz taking the fight to Verstappen

This track was always expected to suit Red Bull so to not have a front-row lock-out is one of many surprises so far this weekend, even if their advantage is rarely at its biggest in qualifying.

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