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Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix 2014: Results, Times for Practice and Qualifying

The world of Formula One returns to Europe this weekend with the advent of the Barcelona Spanish Grand Prix. Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are first and second in the championship standings, with last year's Spanish race winner, Fernando Alonso of Ferrari, third.  The race is a chance for Mercedes to pull further away from the chasing pack, with Alonso admitting the team's superiority. The former world champion was honest about his car's chances in Spain.  He said, via Andrew Benson of BBC Sport: It's not going to happen here or the next two or three grand prix because we are quite a long way behind Mercedes. We need to be realistic with the position we are. We will not give up. There is a big gap in point...

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