F1 RACE ZONE: Red Bull lead every lap in Barcelona for the third Grand Prix in a row
Max Verstappen continued his championship defence with a third win in a row at the Spanish Grand Prix.
The win extends his lead at the top of the drivers' championship to 43 points over teammate Sergio Perez, with Red Bull over 100 points clear of Mercedes in the constructors' table after winning each of the opening seven races.
It was a good outing for Toto Wolff's team in their upgraded cars, though, with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell completing the podium despite starting in fifth and 12th.
Lando Norris endured a poor race, as he was forced into the pits on the first lap and ultimately finished 17th after starting in third.
Sportsmail's Michael Rudling looks at the big talking points from theCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
RED BULL UNTOUCHABLE
Verstappen's win from pole means Red Bull have now led every lap of the last three Grand Prixes.
Hamilton finished 24 seconds behind him in second despite a much-improved performance from his upgraded Mercedes, as the Dutchman eased to another straightforward victory despite being warned for exceeding track limits.