Who brought the most upgrades to Barcelona?

Who brought the most upgrades to Barcelona?

The Spanish Grand Prix weekend is always fascinating as teams bring major upgrade packages to their cars. But, as CRAIG SCARBOROUGH explains, some teams were much busier than others in that regard this year

For those with a technical eye on Formula 1, the Spanish Grand Prix is the busiest race of the year, as the cars have returned to their European homes beforehand and the teams arrive at the track with a host of updates.

Barcelona is a long-time key testing venue for F1, a familiar track to the teams. The layout challenges every element of the car, making it key for allowing teams to understand their cars' strengths and weaknesses, and the impact of new parts and development directions for the rest of the season.

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