Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix.
Following his poor result in qualifying Kimi Raikkonen revealed one of his sets of the softer medium compound tyre was damaged by a tyre warmer
Carlos Sainz Jnr said he was “very happy” to score the best qualifying position of his career so far with fifth at home but doubts he can repeat the feat in tomorrow’s race.
Nico Rosberg ended Lewis Hamilton’s monopoly on pole position by beating his team mate in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg beat Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg led the final practice session at the Circuit de Catalunya as team mate Lewis Hamilton was delayed by a mid-session spin.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen led the Ferrari charge against Mercedes in the last race but he ended the first day of practice for the Spanish Grand Prix distinctly unhappy with the balance of his SF-15T.
Lewis Hamilton kept Mercedes on top in the second practice session at the Circuit de Catalunya as rising temperatures made it hard for drivers to improve their lap times.
Nico Rosberg led the way during the first practice session for the Spanish Grand Prix but attracted the attention of the stewards as he did.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says he is not surprised by Ferrari’s strong start to the season despite having left the team at the end of last year.
Don’t miss any of the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action plus IndyCar at Indianapolis, Formula E at Monaco, GP2 and GP3.
Sunny and very warm weather is forecast for the Spanish Grand Prix – although the hottest conditions will be seen before the competitive action takes place.
McLaren has revealed the revised livery it will use beginning with this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
One driver has mastered how to make up places on lap one at the Circuit de Catalunya – local hero Fernando Alonso – although he hasn’t always got it quite right.
Pirelli will continue to use the same tyre allocations as last year for the next four races.
The 2015 F1 calendar will feature a record-breaking 21 races as South Korea makes a surprise return to Formula One next year.
The FIA has published the official 2015 F1 calendar which includes 20 races.
The return of the Mexican Grand Prix next year will increase the 2015 F1 calendar to 20 races.