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Fernando Alonso is the only Spanish driver to win his home Grand Prix, but how many times has he done it?
Ayrton Senna won the 1986 Spanish Grand Prix by just 0.014s - one of the smallest winning margins in F1 history. But which driver did he beat across the line?
In the video below, which world champion is seen performing a double overtake on the Ferraris of Gerhard Berger and Michele Alboreto at Jerez in 1987?
Which driver celebrated his victory in the 2010 Spanish Grand Prix by throwing his helmet into the crowd?
Which two drivers are pictured here clashing during the 2001 Spanish Grand Prix at Barcelona?
Why did Lewis Hamilton lose his pole position at the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix?
What did Lella Lombardi become the first female driver to do at the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix?
What was unique about Jackie Stewart’s hat-trick of Spanish victories between 1969 and 1971?
In the video below, which the Italian driver is seen suffering an embarrassing spin coming out of the pit lane during practice at Barcelona in 1997?
Six different teams have tasted victory at Barcelona in the last ten races. Mercedes are one – who are the other five?
Why did Jenson Button and Takuma Sato miss the 2005 running of the Spanish Grand Prix?
Which driver finished second in the 2000 Spanish Grand Prix, just five days after miraculously surviving a plane crash?
Which British driver is this, pictured here en route to his third and final F1 podium at Barcelona in 1994?
Juan Manuel Fangio won the first Spanish Grand Prix at Pedralbes in 1951, but for whom was the great Argentinian driving?
Which of these venues has hosted the Spanish Grand Prix more times - Jerez or Jarama?
1. Twice, in 2006 and 2013; 2. Nigel Mansell; 3. McLaren’s Alain Prost; 4. Mark Webber; 5. Jordan’s Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Jaguar’s Pedro de la Rosa; 6. He stopped out on track at the end of Q3 and when his car was returned to parc ferme it didn’t have sufficient fuel onboard to provide a sample; 7. Score a point (or to be more accurate, half a point); 8. They were achieved in chassis built by three different manufacturers - Matra, March and Tyrrell; 9. Sauber’s Gianni Morbidelli; 10. Ferrari, Williams, Red Bull, Brawn and Renault; 11. Their BAR team was excluded after being found guilty of running illegal cars at the previous round in San Marino; 12. David Coulthard; 13. Tyrrell’s Mark Blundell; 14. Alfa Romeo; 15. Jarama, by a score of nine to five.
How did you get on?
0-5: Back of the grid
6-10: Solid midfield runner
11-15: Top of the podium