Fernando Alonso's Spanish Grand Prix win was his third victory on home ground. Only five drivers have scored more home wins than Spain's F1 star.
Lotus thinks it would be unfair if Pirelli makes changes to the tyres later this season just because some teams are struggling to make the rubber last
Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz has launched a furious attack on the state of Formula 1, saying it is no longer about racing anymore.
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With his third victory on home ground Alonso will be hoping he's drawn a line under Ferrari's early-season jitters.
Pirelli is considering an overhaul to its tyres for the British Grand Prix in late June in a bid to prevent excessive pitstops ruining the Formula 1 spectacle
Fernando Alonso's drive to victory in the Spanish Grand Prix was almost undone by a puncture during his fourth stint.
The Spanish Grand Prix in pictures.
Lotus is sure Romain Grosjean had the pace to help prevent it losing second in the constructors' championship in the Spanish Grand Prix had his suspension not failed
Fernando Alonso led a Ferrari one-three in Sunday's Formula 1 Gran Premio de España 2013 at Barcelona. After the race he, second-placed Kimi Raikkonen and third-placed Felipe Massa spoke to the media
Force India says Paul di Resta's late chase of Nico Rosberg's Mercedes for sixth place in the Spanish Grand Prix was hampered by an external DRS problem
Pit stop strategy dominated the Spanish Grand Prix with most drivers making four visits to the pits. There were 77 pit stops in total
The Ferrari pair started fifth and ninth but made progress in the race and both finished on the podium. See how the Spanish Grand Prix unfolded with the interactive race charts.
Sergio Perez believes McLaren squandered its chance of a better Spanish Grand Prix result by bothering to run in Q3 on Saturday