Formula One achieved its target to reduce lap times at the Spanish Grand Prix by at least five seconds compared to 2015.
IndyCar saw its fifth different winner in five races in the final event before the Indianapolis 500. Formula E, NASCAR and more also raced last weekend.
Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to victory in the Spanish Grand Prix after a hard fight – but he had help from his team mate on the way.
In the round-up: Grosjean names non-GPDA drivers who ‘aren’t with us’ • I got start right – Hamilton • Crying fan meets Raikkonen
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In the round-up: Hard compound set to be unused until Suzuka • Raikkonen laments disappointing qualifying performance • Gutierrez looking for F1 return opportunity
Sebastian Vettel wasn’t the only driver frustrated by his qualifying effort – Esteban Ocon made a mistake with his DRS.
In the round-up: Todt seeks a third presidential term • Alonso concerned for Honda’s image • Moss back home after hospital stint
Gusts of wind caught several drivers out in second practice but Fernando Alonso had a more familiar problem in the first session.
Mercedes set the pace on the first day of practice but Ferrari and Red Bull were within range. Enter your 2017 Spanish Grand Prix predictions to win loads of F1 prizes this weekend.
In the round-up: “Not correct” for Alonso to skip Monaco • Moss leaves hospital after five months • F1 may mimic NASCAR inspections
Michael Schumacher took the points lead 20 years ago today with a commanding victory in a wet Monaco GP. But the car in second was just as significant.
In the round-up: Bottas says he’s still improving in every area • Mercedes performance ‘very marginal’ • Germany’s F1 future “at risk”
In the round-up: Liberty to distance F1 further from Ecclestone • Verstappen unconvinced by Shield • Ferrari have mastered tyres – Bottas
In the round-up: F1 has put up ‘barriers’ to new teams succeeding – Abiteboul • Ferrari is highest-paid team again • Button’s return a ‘non-story’ – Webber
The World Endurance Championship’s dress rehearsal for the Le Mans 24 Hours at Spa produced a close and exciting finish.
In the round-up: Honda tight-lipped over rumours of Mercedes input • Vettel defends Raikkonen’s start to season • Wolff against rules shake-up
In the round-up: Webber says Alonso asked him to do Indy 500 too • Force India technical budget “significantly higher” • Hamilton defends tax arrangement