If the Spanish GP had been just one lap longer, Nico Rosberg believes he would have been the one on the top step of the podium…
Lewis Hamilton seized the 2014 championship lead for the first time after beating Nico Rosberg to Spanish GP victory in after a race-long game of strategic cat and mouse distilled into a tense final-stint showdown between the utterly dominant Mercedes pair.
After finally finishing on the podium, Daniel Ricciardo admitted that third place was about as much as he and Red Bull could have hoped for in Spain…
Not for the first time this season Fernando Alonso was urged Ferrari to up their game after coming within three seconds of being lapped in Spain…
Britain’s Lewis Hamilton holds off Nico Rosberg in a Mercedes one-two in Barcelona to leapfrog his team-mate and take control of the F1 world title race
Lewis Hamilton secured his fourth win in successive in Spain, holding off team-mate Nico rosberg while Dan Ricciardo was third…
There were points in the Spanish Grand Prix for Romain Grosjean, his first of the season, and both Force India drivers…
Lewis Hamilton has won the Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit De Catalunya, his fourth straight win of the season. He finished the race after a close fight with Nico Rosberg who finished 6 tenths behind. Daniel Ricciardo finished third for Red Bull Racing.
Red Bull have denied any deliberate intent after a small wing on Sebastian Vettel’s car was seen apparently flexing during Spanish GP practice.
Felipe Nasr finally broke his GP2 duck as he took his maiden victory in his 50th race in the series at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Can Lewis Hamilton win another GP from pole position. Follow Vicki Hodges’ lap-by-lap report to find out
What a difference a bit of rain makes. After Saturday’s procession GP3 served up a much more exciting race on Sunday morning as Dean Stoneman recorded his maiden victory in the series.
The Formula 1 drivers will have to pick up the pace on the formation lap this Sunday after a warning from Charlie Whiting…
Sebastian Vettel’s chances in Spain were dealt another blow on Saturday evening when it emerged his RB10 needed a new gearbox…
Ferrari's driver weren't particularly overjoyed after today's qualifying with Raikkonen going 6th fastest, ahead of Alonso in 7th. Both drivers however know there is lots of work to do with the car's balance with the Spaniard particularly pointing the rear end.
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After qualifying fifth for the Spanish GP, Romain Grosjean voiced cautious optimism that he can maintain the position and claim Lotus’s first points of the season on Sunday.
Valtteri Bottas had set-up changes to thank for his fourth-place grid slot at the Spanish GP while Felipe Massa reckoned he could have joined his Williams team-mate but for a mistake in qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel’s problem-filled Spanish GP weekend has taken a fresh hit following confirmation that his RB10 will require a new gearbox, triggering an automatic five-place grid penalty.
Spring has barely sprung but the F1 rumour mill is already in full swing amid renewed speculation Ferrari are once again chasing Adrian Newey while a frustrated Fernando Alonso could leave the team at the end of 2014.
Pastor Maldonado says he is “happy” to keep on fighting his Lotus E22 after suffering another knock-out blow at the start of qualifying for the Spanish GP.
A great strategy call from Trident saw Johnny Cecotto come from 16th on the grid to victory in the GP2 Feature Race at Barcelona.
Sebastian Vettel will start Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix from a lowly 15th place after gearbox trouble in qualifying, the latest in a long line of glitches to have affected his season.
Sebastian Vettel will start Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix from a lowly 15th place after gearbox trouble in qualifying, the latest in a long line of glitches to have affected his season.
A downcast Sebastian Vettel admitted the reliability problems on his car were becoming “a bit boring” after his Spanish GP qualifying was wrecked by a suspected gearbox problem.
During qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix both Sauber F1 Team drivers struggled as they were not satisfied with the balance of the car. Adrian Sutil had difficulties getting temperature into the tyres and finished Q1 in P17.
Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo did the best he could and qualified in third place for the Spanish Grand Prix, behind the two Mercedes cars. Sebastian Vettel on the other hand saw his car break down in the final part of qualifying and will start from 10th.
Lotus' Romain Grosjean will start from a season-high of fifth on the grid, whilst team mate Pastor Maldonado will start from the back of the field following a crash early on in today's qualifying for tomorrow’s Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas qualified fourth and Felipe Massa ninth for tomorrow's Spanish Grand Prix, as Williams continues to qualify in the top ten.Continued hard work and improvement since the start of the season showed once again today, with the recent upgrades working well across both cars.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg achieved a front-row lockout during qualifying at the Circuit de Catalunya today. It was the fourth pole position this season for Lewis Hamilton while Nico Rosberg takes his second front row start.
Toro Rosso had a difficult qualifying session ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix. Daniil Kvyat managed 13th place but for Jean-Eric Vergne things are more complicated as he will start from the back of the grid following a penalty.
Tomorrow’s Spanish Grand Prix will see Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez start from the sixth row of the grid following today’s qualifying session. Nico ended the session in eleventh place just ahead of Sergio in twelfth.
Lewis Hamilton says he had to drag “everything and more from the car” to beat team-mate Nico Rosberg in Saturday’s Spanish GP qualifying…
Marcus Ericsson was probably the only one satisfied at Caterham, as for the first time this season he managed to qualify ahead of his teammate. Caterham jointly underperformed however and will start the Spanish GP in 21st and 22nd place.
Lewis Hamilton turned the tables on Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg when it mattered most in Spanish GP Qualifying to secure his fourth pole in five attempts in 2014.
Having failed to make any inroads in qualifying, Fernando Alonso concedes he is facing a “tough” Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday…
Having edged his team-mate in the first two segments, Nico Rosberg admits it was “very disappointing” to yet again come second to Lewis Hamilton…
Hamilton takes fourth pole position of the season in Spain Team-mate Nico Rosberg beaten into second on final stintLewis Hamilton won his 35th pole position for Sunday’s Spanish …
The Brit appeared to be struggling in the early stages but delivered a brilliant lap in the final seconds to take a fourth pole in five races this season
Sebastian Vettel’s Spanish woes continued on Saturday as his RB10 lost drive during qualifying…
There were top ten times in Saturday’s qualifying in Spain for Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso and McLaren’s Jenson Button…
Briton lands 35th pole of career and will be bidding for fourth successive win of season in Barcelona
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Saturday’s qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix, taking his fourth pole ahead of Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo…
Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix, his first pole on Circuit de Catalunya. Nico Rosberg completed a Mercedes front row lockout with Daniel Ricciardo qualifying third, a full second off of Hamilton.
Sebastian Vettel will remain in Spain following Sunday’s Grand Prix to drive for Red Bull at next week’s two day test at the Circuit de Catalunya which starts on Tuesday.
Nico Rosberg was fastest in final practice for the Spanish Grand Prix on Saturday morning ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
A spokesman has denied that Gene Haas is to visit Lotus’ Enstone base next week.
Gene Haas is to visit Lotus’ Enstone base next week, it has been revealed.
Nico Rosberg topped the timesheet during the third and final practice session in preparation for qualifying and the Spanish Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton ended in second but did not attempt to take the top spot, seemingly happy with the car as it was.
Britain’s Alex Lynn took pole position on his GP3 debut as the 2014 season got underway at the Circuit de Catalunya.