After a three-week break, Formula One returns this weekend with the 2014 Spanish Grand Prix. All the teams will have a raft of upgrades to try out, and we may see a few changes in the pecking order come the race on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton has won the last three races. He seems happier than ever, and he made it clear on Thursday that he has no intention of utilising Mercedes' new sports psychologist, Ceri Evans.
But Korean F1 fans might need a little pick-me-up. The Korean Grand Prix's provisional 2015 slot has been taken by a new race planned for Azerbaijan, and it's looking ever more likely the sport will never return to Yeongam.
Elsewhere, Mercedes are taking the boy racer approach to exhaust sound, and Sebastian Vettel has a new chassis.
Or is it an old chassis?
Read on for a full roundup of the weekend's big stories.