Mercedes and Ferrari stretched their legs on the third day of winter testing as F1 2017 began to deliver on its promise of faster cars.
Red Bull may not be able to challenge Mercedes until halfway through the 2017 season, according to Helmut Marko.
Jolyon Palmer says F1's new-era cars are already in a different speed league through fast corners at Barcelona.
Read all about it: A rundown of the quickest times set in pre-season action at Barcelona per driver, team and tyre...
McLaren have laughed off speculation they are considering divorcing Honda and insisted they are "happy with their marriage" to their engine partners.
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Sky F1's Ted Kravitz summarises the action from Day Two at Barcelona, and reports on fast starts for Ferrari and Mercedes.
Valtteri Bottas sets quickest time of the week but Sebastian Vettel not far off pace, while Lance Stroll crashes his Williams.
New F1 supremo Ross Brawn has told Sky Sports he 'dreams' of staging a non-championship race in F1 to experiment with different race formats.
Daniel Ricciardo insists Red Bull can beat Mercedes in 2017, despite the rival teams' contrasting first two days of testing.
Kimi Raikkonen topped the timesheets on Day Two of testing at Barcelona from Lewis Hamilton despite running on slower tyres.
F1 2017's youngest driver, Lance Stroll, says his confidence will not be dented by the spin which ended his testing debut early.
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Fernando Alonso has conceded McLaren's "disappointing" start to winter testing means they are already playing catch-up in 2017.
Lewis Hamilton is confident world champions Mercedes remain "the team to beat" in F1 2017 after topping Day One of testing.
Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets as world champions Mercedes made an ominously fast start to F1 2017 on the first day of pre-season testing at Barcelona.
Red Bull's Christian Horner believes the reappearance of shark fin engine covers in F1 lets 2017's "fantastic" car designs down.
After 81 long days without Formula 1 we had 10 faster, meaner, cars back on track in Barcelona - don't miss the footage.