Heartache for Leclerc, gains for Verstappen - 3 big takeaways from the Spanish GP

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Max Verstappen (right) and Sergio Perez after securing Red Bull Racing's second 1-2 finish of the 2022 season at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen (right) and Sergio Perez after securing Red Bull Racing's second 1-2 finish of the 2022 season at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Clive Mason


Max Verstappen scored a victory in Spain, leading a Red Bull 1-2 around the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The Red Bull ace looked to be settling for second place behind Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, but an engine failure saw his rival retire from the race.

From there, it was all Red Bull as Verstappen and teammate Sergio Perez set about picking up the pieces.

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