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Spanish Grand Pix 2022- Everything You Need To Know

Spanish Grand Pix 2022

Spanish Grand Pix

The 2022 Spanish Grand Pix will take place from 20-22 May at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

A total of 66 laps, consisting of a 4.675 Km circuit lap will take place at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya The race coverage starts on the 20th of May with practice sessions, followed by qualifying fixtures on Saturday. The final race will be on Sunday, 22 May.

SessionDateTimeCoverage
Practice Session 1 20th May 202206:30 – 07:30SkySportsf1 (UK)
Practice Session 2 20th May 2022 10:00 – 11:00SkySportsf1 (UK)
Practice Session 3 21 May 2022 07:00 – 08:00SkySportsf1 (UK)
Qualifying Sessions 21 May 2022 10:00 – 11:00SkySportsf1 (UK)
Spanish GP Race 22 May 2022 09:30 – 11:30SkySportsf1 (UK)

Race Facts- Spanish Grand Pix:

  • Spanish Grand Pix was first held in 1913.
  • Michael Schumacher & Lewis Hamilton won the race most number of times (6).
  • Max Verstappen hold the fastest lap record, 1:18.149.
  • Circuit de Catalunya Barcelona also hosts a round of the MotoGP championship. Known as the Catalan Grand Prix
  • Lella Lombardi is the only woman to have scored a top 6 finish in an F1 World Championship race
  • Ferrari are the team with the most wins (13).
  • Total of 14 times , Grand pix name was changed.
  • 1996 coincidentally was the last Spanish Grand Prix to be affected by rain
  • Max Verstappen is the youngest winner of Spanish Race (18 years. 228 days).

Most memorable grand prix in Spain:

At 1996, Michael Schumacher shines in the wet as the race was affected by Rain. Michael Schumacher won at the wet 1996 Spanish Grand Prix.

The proflic event saw plenty of drivers slide off the track, including polesitter Damon Hill.

Schumacher snatched the lead from Hill’s team-mate Jacques Villeneuve and proceeded to set lap times three seconds faster than any other driver.

Michael Schumacher managed to scores his first win for Ferrari in terrible conditions in Spain.

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