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Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. On top of the world

    Max Verstappen

    Ten different winners of the last 10 Spanish grands prix, with the latest taking his place in history with a stunning drive.

    As Max Verstappen heads off to sip on some well-earned champagne, attention starts to turn on the rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.

    Has the heat just been turned up by the latest on track incident between the pair? We'll find out in the next chapter of what has been enthralling season so far in Monaco in two weeks time.

    Stay on the BBC website for all the reaction to today's race, but that's it from me. See you later.

  2. 'He knows how to race'

    Max Verstappen

    Max Verstappen was just three when Kimi Raikkonen made his F1 debut and today they were fighting for victory, a battle Verstappen won.  

    “He made the good exit of last corner, and had a gap of six or seven tenths,” Max's father, Jos, told NBC Sports.

    "He knows how to race. I gave him a lot of experience but he does it. He has the capacity to do this well during the race.”  

  3. 'Rosberg thinks the win was taken from him today'

  4. The worst day of their careers?

    Mario Andretti thinks so...

    Lewis Hamilton
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    He's come a long way since then...

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    Not seen the incident involving Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton? Here it is in pictorial form.

    You can read more about it in Andrew Benson's piece here.

  7. When team-mates collide

    There's been some notable incidents of team-mates colliding, Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton themselves having been involved a couple of years back.

    Then there's Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in 1989, Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel in 2010. Remember more?

    Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna
    Image caption: Alain Prost (left) and Ayrton Senna collide in the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix
    Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna
  8. No action on Hamilton or Rosberg

    Racing incident it is then.

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    Reaction incoming?

    Lewis Hamilton is talking to Jennie Gow now...

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    Video content

    Video caption: Up close and personal with Romain Grosjean

    While we wait, this video is worth a watch.

    Tom Clarkson gets up close and personal with Haas driver Romain Grosjean, who reveals his Ferrari ambitions and his thoughts on how to improve the sport.  

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    Still no update from Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton's meeting with the stewards. We'll continue to keep an eye on that one.

  12. Drivers' standings


    Kimi Raikkonen's second place means he moves up to second in the drivers' standings. Max Verstappen is sixth after his win.

    It's as you were between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, with 43 points separating the two.

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    Jos Verstappen

    In just the once race, Max Verstappen has amassed more points than his father did in his entire F1 career. Jos got 17 points, while Max is now on 87 after scooping up 25 today.

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    Daniil Kvyat, to be fair, did a great job today. Fastest lap and finished 10th.

  16. I know my potential - Kvyat

    Daniil Kvyat is understandably not looking too happy, as Max Verstappen, the driver who replaced him at Red Bull earlier this month, wins on his debut for his new team.

    Asked if he feels that Verstappen's victory could have been his, Kvyat tells Channel 4: "We will never know. I know my potential.

    "I know I can win races and championships, but it looks like my way to that is more rocky. I just have to be a bit more patient."

  17. Get involved #bbcf1

    Ben Appleby: Grid penalty for Rosberg for forcing another car off the track - my prediction from the stewards!   

    Callum Lambert: The state @redbullracing is v fishy. Funny how they sack Kvyat then put Ricciardo on an inferior strat to give Max the win  

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    Sebastian Vettel was 21 years, two months and 11 days when he became the youngest race winner at Monza back in 2008. Vettel has beaten him by almost three years.

  19. Off they go...

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