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Barcelona set to host 2016 pre-season testing

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, home of the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix, is set to host next year's pre-season testing…

Márquez tops opening Barcelona session

Reigning World Champion Marc Márquez led a Honda 1-2 during the opening practice session for this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix

Márquez tops opening session in Spain

Reigning World Champion Marc Márquez led a Honda 1-2 during the opening practice session for this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix

Cristiano Ronaldo, Cara Delevigne Take Monaco Grand Prix By Storm, But Who Is The Real Madrid Star’s New Woman?

Now that the Spanish soccer season is over Cristiano Ronaldo can pretty much get up to anything that he wants to. And what he really wanted to do on Sunday was head to the glamorous locale of the south of France for the Monaco GrandShow More Summary

Ricciardo: Spain showed Red Bull weaknesses

Daniel Ricciardo says that Red Bull's performance at the recent Spanish Grand Prix emphasised that the squad's issues in 2015…

Realistic 2015 Expectations for Kimi Raikkonen After Spanish Grand Prix

At the Bahrain Grand Prix last month, Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen ended a 25-race streak without a podium finish. Only one other time in his Formula One career had he gone even 17 races without finishing in the top three—and those were the first 17 races of his career, in 2001 with Sauber. Show More Summary

VIDEO: F1 news: Refuelling to return in 2017

BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson takes a look at some of the biggest news stories unfolding after the Spanish Grand Prix.

Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Barcelona Test, Revenue Split, More

Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets for Mercedes as the first Formula One in-season test drew to a close at the Circuit de Catalunya. The German, who won Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, set a time almost two seconds quicker than anyone else. He was, however, using an set of unmarked, developmental Pirelli tyres. Show More Summary

5 of the Most Interesting Radio Messages from Spanish Grand Prix

With a runaway winner and the top four drivers finishing in the order they started, last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix is unlikely to live long in the memory of Formula One enthusiasts. But there were at least a number of fascinatingShow More Summary

Formula 1's Driver Power Rankings After 2015 Spanish Grand Prix

The 2015 Spanish Grand Prix wasn't Formula One's finest hour. While not the worst race the Circuit de Catalunya has ever produced, it was far from the best. Such races make it difficult for a driver to shine, but Nico Rosberg was among the few to manage it. Show More Summary

Feature: Spanish GP's key questions

In the build up to the Spanish Grand Prix, posed five key questions and contemplated the potential outcomes.…

Imagining a Formula 1 Future Without Red Bull

It seems we can no longer go a week without some new threat from Red Bull to pull out of Formula One. The latest, at last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, was vocalized by Helmut Marko, team adviser and talent-spotter extraordinaire. "If...Show More Summary

Rosberg sets pace at Barcelona test

Spanish Grand Prix winner Nico Rosberg set the quickest time for Mercedes as Formula 1 returned to the Circuit de…

Spanish Grand Prix: Winners and Losers

Nico Rosberg claimed his first victory of 2015 while Lewis Hamilton ensured Mercedes took another 1-2 finish in Barcelona. Here…

2015 Spanish F1 Grand Prix makes its Deutsche mark

Autoblog recaps the 2015 Spanish Formula One Grand Prix, where the top four positions remained the same from the grid to the checkered flag, but the Championship might have changed. Continue reading 2015 Spanish F1 Grand Prix makes its...Show More Summary

VIDEO: 'Scary' car rattles Alonso & Button

McLaren's Fernando Alonso talks about his "scary in lap" at the Spanish Grand Prix and says his brakes weren't working and says the team need to make "double steps" to get competitive again.

Power Ranking the Formula 1 Teams After 2015 Spanish Grand Prix

Mercedes swept to their fourth victory of the year at the 2015 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix — but this time it was Nico Rosberg on the top step of the podium. The German drove a faultless race from pole to record his first win of the current season. Show More Summary

Video: Alonso retires after pit drama

Fernando Alonso retired from the Spanish Grand Prix after this dramatic pit lane incident. McLaren-Honda mechanics later…

Visor tear-off caused Alonso's retirement

Fernando Alonso's retirement from the Spanish Grand Prix appears to have been caused by a tear-off visor strip blocking one of…

Alonso's visor caused retirement

McLaren's Fernando Alonso retired from the Spanish Grand Prix because his helmet's visor blocked a brake duct.

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