Analysis: The unsung hero of the Spanish Grand Prix

In any other grand prix, a young driver delivering a career-best finish at his home track – and handily beating a more experienced teammate in the process – would be talk of the town. But Spain 2016 was, of course, no ordinary race. When Max Verstappen took the chequered flag in first place after 66 grueling laps, the Dutchman insured he'd rightly monopolise around half of the ... Keep reading