After the Portuguese Grand Prix last week, we have our first Formula 1 doubleheader of the season with this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
With that said, if Red Bull and Max Verstappen can beat Mercedes here, then it will be a very significant moment indeed.
Three races so far and three incredibly tight weekends - so tight, in fact, that it is impossible to say who has the better package overall.
Given the nature of the track - with a fairly long straight, long and short high-speed corners, long and short low-speed corners and some elevation changes - we should get a good read on how the teams are really shaping up.
First and second practice took place on Friday, May 7, with final practice and qualifying on Saturday, May 8.
The Spanish Grand Prix itself is on Sunday, May 9.
Sky Sports F1 have near-exclusive live coverage rights in the UK this year.
Their qualifying coverage begins at 1pm (BST) on Saturday and their race coverage at 12.30pm on Sunday.
Channel 4 have highlights for this year, with their qualifying program starting at 6.30pm and their race highlights airing at 6.30pm on Sunday.
Final practice on Saturday is at 11am and qualifying begins at 2pm.
The race begins at 2pm on Sunday.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
Please gamble responsibly. For more information visit: https://www.begambleaware.org.
Topics: Formula 1
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read