Wow, 5 races 5 winners, perfekt race by Maldonado. Excellent season so far
Maldonado-Credit where credit is due, drove a smooth race and preserved his tyres. Deserved win.
Alonso-Great start, but the Ferrari ate it's tyres and cost him.
Raikkonen-Great race and solid points. Shame he didn't pit a lap or two earlier, would have liked to see him challenge Alonso.
Vettel-Bit invisible early, I thought the drive through fvcked him. Great pace towards the end got him a few places though.
Hamilton-Made up plenty of places from 24, probably the best he'd realistically manage today.
Button-Not a great weekend for the Jense. Seemed to lack confidence or something. Hoping for a better showing in Monaco.
there's injuries.... people airlifted to hospital reportedly.... Sir Frank wasn't in the pits when it went up and is okay.
What the hell? Anyone know what happened?
http://www1.skysports.com/formula1/video/12870/7754160 Video footage.
As many as four Formula 1 personnel have been taken to the circuit medical centre, or local hospital in Barcelona, for medical checks after a major fire broke out in the Williams garage late on Sunday afternoon at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Sky Sports F1's Ted Kravitz, standing in the pitlane at the time of the fire, reported that he saw a "huge plume of orange flame" erupt from behind the divider in the Williams garage, where the team had congregated to celebrate Pastor Maldonado's earlier victory in the race.
Team members were then seen evacuating into the pitlane as clouds of dark smoke began billowing out of the garage and up the pitlane. Mechanics from other teams went in to help put out the flames with the fire put out within several minutes.
Although there is no confirmation over whether any injuries were sustained Sky Sports F1 understands that all team members are accounted for, with those in need of further treatment taken to either the circuit medical centre or airlifted to local hospital.
Ted Kravitz reported from the scene: "I saw the fire take hold and it just absolutely erupted. We were talking to Alex Wurz at the time and we were just having a look [into the garage] and suddenly I saw this wall of flame erupt from behind the Williams garage divider.
"It looked to be in the area where they store things like fuel and oil and gearboxes and computers and there will be an immense amount of damage to a lot of equipment."
Ted added: "Frank [Williams] was wheeled out very quickly, I saw it myself over my shoulder.
"I'm pleased to see I haven't seen any ambulances going to the aid of any people. I'm not saying there are not causalities because we just don't know that at the moment. There are a lot of Williams people who have inhaled smoke."
There are unconfirmed reports that a member of the Williams team was dragged out of the garage with serious leg injuries by a Sky Sports F1 cameraman.
An I turned over to watch footieFire in Williams garage sours Maldonado victory
A fire in the Williams garage following the conclusion of the Spanish Grand Prix sours the team's first Formula 1 victory in eight years.
The source of the fire is believed to be a Kers unit from Bruno Senna's car, which sparked a suspected fuel fire at the back of the garage. A Williams mechanic suffered minor injuries and a Force India mechanic with smoke inhalation is being treated at the Barcelona track's medical unit.
Sky reporter Natalie PinkhamReports from med centre are that those in need of treatment are: 4 Williams, 1 HRT, 1 Caterham, 1 Force India, and 1 from circuit
Yeah our motor sport channel that airs the F1 races cut immediately after the win to some bull **** soccer game that no one gives a **** about over here. Glad to hear everyone made it out semi ok. Great race for Williams, Kimi was on a mission on the closing laps! .6 seconds off Alonso.
Sh*tty or United?
FIA in a statement saying 31 team members treated at medical centre, with 7 transferred to a variety of local hospitals for treatment.
Sh*tty, It was a English premier game or something. I don't know anything about soccer and raged a little because SPEED is a motor sports channel, BBC America could of aired that ****.