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Spanish Grand Prix 2016 Preview: Start Time, TV Info, Weather, Schedule, Odds

For anyone who enjoys the background politics in Formula One, the two weeks between the Russian and Spanish Grands Prix were pure heaven. Red Bull demoted Daniil Kvyat to Toro Rosso, although it wasn't a demotion in Helmut Marko's Bizarro World, per Autobild (h/t ESPN F1's Nate Saunders). Swapping spots with the Russian is 18-year-old Max Verstappen, who will now face even more scrutiny and pressure, as if being the youngest driver in F1 history wasn't enough. Meanwhile, Nico Rosberg is running away with the drivers' championship on the back of four straight victories. However, he has benefited so far from the poor luck and reliability of his Mercedes team-mate, Lewis Hamilton. Eventually the pendulum will have to swing in the oth...

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