Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc will renew hostilities at the front of the grid in Barcelona.

The young guns, respectively of Red Bull and Ferrari, look set to vie for the 2022 championship and have already swapped wins and nightmares in the early stages of this campaign.

Verstappen took victory last time out at the Miami Grand Prix but, as the European season begins, Leclerc leads the standings.

Verstappen, the reigning champion, has been blighted by reliability issues at times but can he ramp up the pressure on Leclerc this weekend?

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