Formula 1 comes to Spain with Sebastian Vettel leading the Drivers’ Championship with 53 points and Red Bull Racing in front in the Constructors’ Championship with 101. The first four races of the year have been won by four different drivers from four different teams. While not unprecedented, the last time this happened was 1983, when the first four races were won by Nelson Piquet (Brabham), John Watson (McLaren), Alain Prost (Renault) and Patrick Tambay (Ferrari). The fifth race was won by Keke Rosberg for Williams and only at the sixth round did the Championship have a repeat winner.
2012 Spanish GP Race Live Online Streaming Links
Official Live Timing – Formula1.com
BBC Sports – Live F1 Reporting
Sky Sports Live updates – Skysports.com
BBC LIVE Radio 5 – 5 live Formula 1
Live text commentary – Autosport.com
Live Race Cast – Speedtv.com
McLaren Live updates – Mclaren.com
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