• Free 2 Alonso sneaks into the battle and Red Bull suffers

  • Free Practice 1 Encouraging Ferrari staging

  • Nikita Mazepin A danger on and off the circuits

  • Free Practice 2 Classification and times

It took more than guts to launch Diagonal down, in a 450 hp racing car, without a helmet worthy of the name and with drum brakes as the only emergency resource.

So tens of thousands of onlookers scattered along that very long straight, of 2.5 kilometers, to enjoy F1 for the first time in Spain.

That October 28, 1951, at the Pedralbes circuit, when the Diagonal was still called Avenida del Generalísimo,

Juan Manuel Fangio

conquered with Alfa Ro

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