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Formula 1 hits Europe this weekend whilst on its world tour as all the teams prepare for the fifth race of the 2013 season in Spain.

The hot favourite has to be Sebastian Vettel, who will be looking to claim a third victory of the season!

Spanish Grand Prix Preview

The Red Bull starlet has won controversially in Malaysia, before picking up a second win of the season in Bahrain nearly three weeks ago.

Similar to last year, it isn’t going to be easy to predict as the last seven victors have been different drivers and each will start Sunday’s race. With that in mind, we’re once again set for a cracking weekend of action.

So that you’re a part of every twist and turn, here are all the details of the fifth Grand Prix of 2013.

What time are the sessions?

Spain is one hour ahead of BST – all times are set as BST -

Friday 10 May

Practice 1 – 09:00 BST

Practice 2 – 13:00 BST

Saturday 11 May

Practice 3 – 10:00 BST

Qualifying – 13:00 BST

Sunday 12 May

Race – 13:00 BST

Last Year’s Spanish Grand Prix 2012

  1. Pastor Maldonado – Williams-Renault – 1:39:09.145
  2. Fernando Alonso – Ferrari – +3.1 secs
  3. Kimi Raikkonen – Lotus-Renault – +3.8 secs
  4. Romain Grosjean – Lotus-Renault – +14.7 secs
  5. Kamui Kobayashi – Sauber-Ferrari – +64.6 secs

Spanish Grand PrixQualifying Standings

Updated 11th May

Where to watch the race in the UK?

Sky Sports F1 will be broadcasting the race live, while the BBC returns with live coverage of all sessions also.

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