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10 May 2009: GP2: Grosjean opens his account with pole and win

The Circuit de Catalunya hosted the first races of the GP2 season this weekend – events which saw Renault tester and Campos driver Romain Grosjean establish an early championship lead and become the man to beat.

10 May 2009: F1: Spanish Grand Prix liveblog

Jenson Button on pole. Sebastian Vettel on the front row looking to make up for his qualifying mistake. Barrichello and Massa on row two with something to prove. Rain forecast. No wonder the pole-sitter has predicted first-corner mayhem.

9 May 2009: F1: Last-gasp blinder from Button secures pole

Jenson Button turned around a weekend spent struggling for pace by seizing a dramatic pole position in the dying seconds of qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix.

8 May 2009: F1: Early leaders still saying ‘catch us if you can’

The raft of aero and other upgrades that Formula One teams have brought to Barcelona in the hope of overhauling the early season pace-setters seem to have made little difference, if practice is any guide.

8 May 2009: F1: User guide to the Spanish Grand Prix

Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know.

8 May 2009: IRL: Forgotten man Alex is sitting pretty in pink

Alex Lloyd won the 2007 Indy Lights title and then disappeared almost without trace into the Target Chip Ganassi Racing development programme – but his pink race gear and car will be impossible to miss at Indy this month.

8 May 2009: F1: Can Alonso shine in Barcelona?

Could a combination of new parts and guts from Fernando Alonso in front of his home crowd possibly bring home a maiden 2009 grand prix win for Renault?

8 May 2009: IRL: Practice begins for the Indy 500

With the Month of May well under way, rookies and veterans alike are dodging the weather to grab as much practice time as possible for the 93rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

8 May 2009: GP2: Jakes misses out on DPR drive

It’s now looking certain that there will be no British drivers on this year’s GP2 grid after DPR filled its remaining seat with Italian Giacomo Ricci, dashing the hopes of GP2 Asia graduate James Jakes.

8 May 2009: F1: Could Super Aguri – and Davidson – ride again?

Could it happen? Could Aguri Suzuki really put a second successful F1 entry together and get his much-missed underdog team back onto the grid? And, if he did, would he re-hire Anthony Davidson?

 
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