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Tech verdict: The winners and losers from F1's latest updates

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May 16, 2019, 8:00 PM

The Spanish Grand Prix is usually accompanied by Formula 1’s band of teams bringing their first larger upgrade packages of the season, and the 2019 edition was no exception.

Every team on the grid brought something new to Barcelona; the culmination of the early season’s hard work, the engineers could now assess if the long hours in their respective factories were worth it.

But who left Barcelona satisfied, and whose efforts were in vain? Jake-Boxall Legge and Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to highlight the main teams who were happy with their cars after the race, and those who make the trip to the next round at Monaco with plenty of work to do back at base.

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