The 2014 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix went largely as expected. The two Mercedes cars powered away at the start, and at the end only four of their rivals were on the same lap.
Lewis Hamilton crossed the line to win a massive 49 seconds clear of third-placed Daniel Ricciardo.
A brilliant recovery drive by Sebastian Vettel saw him come home fourth, but he was a further 27 seconds down the road.
Further down the field, Marussia appear to have the upper hand on Caterham, and McLaren's double podium in the opening race seems but a distant memory.
Looking at reliability, qualifying and race pace, here's how the teams currently rank.