Timo Glock told Mercedes what he thinks of their decision to quit the DTM after his thrilling scrap with Gary Paffett in the season-opening round at Hockenheim.
Also last weekend the World Endurance Championship welcomed Fernando Alonso and a dramatic crashed wiped out three front-runner in Moto GP.
To avoid spoilers, race reports and post-race videos are hidden by default. You can reveal all the race reports below or reveal individual reports for each round.
Races 1-2: Hockenheim
The DTM began a new season, one which will be the last for Mercedes as it prepares to bow out of the championship. Gary Paffett put his C-Class on pole position for race one while Timo Glock headed the field for the season race at the Hockenheimring.
World Endurance Championship
Race 1: Spa-Francorchamps
Newcomer Fernando Alonso shared pole position with team mates Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima on his WEC debut after the sister Toyota was relegated to the rear of the field.
Races 3-4: Paul Ricard
A win and a second place last time out gave Felipe Drugovich a championship advantage, but could he maintain or extend it at the second round taking place at Paul Ricard. Pole position for both races put him firmly in control.
Race 11: Dover
Following a strong 2017 Kyle Larson arrived in Dover still looking for his first victory of the season. He put himself in good shape by taking pole position for the 400-lapper at Dover.
Race 4: Jerez
😖 Cal crashing
😡 Teammates collide
😆 Marc Marquez does the floss
The first European race of the season didn’t disappoint. pic.twitter.com/Y1yfhlAVDE
— MotoGP on BT Sport (@btsportmotogp) May 6, 2018
The fourth round of the Moto GP season saw a fourth different pole sitter in the form of Cal Crutchlow, but would the race see a fourth different winner? What it did see was a dramatic three-bike crash towards the head of the field.
Also last weekend
The IMSA field was in action at Mid-Ohio – video coming later.
Over to you
What racing action did you watch last weekend? Let us know in the comments.
Next weekend’s racing
F1 heads to Spain with Formula Two and GP3 in tow. The following series are also in action next weekend:
- European Formula Three races 1-3: Pau
- NASCAR Cup race 12: Kansas
- World Rallycross Championship race 3: Belgium
- World Touring Car Cup races 7-9: Nurburgring Nordschleife