Hundreds of F1 fans gather for autographs and selfies as Lewis Hamilton and co arrive for Spanish Grand Prix weekend.
Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso were the main attraction in Barcelona, as the two Spaniards look to make an impact at the home Grand Prix.
The loyal supporters asked for autographs and selfies as the drivers made their way to media briefings at Circuit de Catalunya.
Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen also arrived ahead of the weekend’s proceedings, with the Australian driver hoping to make amends for crashing into his team-mate in Azerbaijan a fortnight ago.
Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen appeared to be in high spirits as he joked with Williams test driver Robert Kubica.
Kubica is set to take part in the weekend when he will drive the Williams in practice one on Friday.
It will be the first time the Polish driver has been a part of a race since 2010 before he suffered career-changing injuries in a horrific rally crash in February 2011.
‘We have Robert Kubica taking part in FP1 in place of Sergey; his first of three FP1 appearances this season,’ Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe said.
‘We have a busy Friday programme and it will be interesting to get Robert’s feedback on the car.’