Following a six-week break, Formula E returned last weekend for rounds three and four at another double-header event, this time in the exuberant Italian capital of Rome. The closely fought all-electric series didn't fail to disappoint, as Hannah Prydderch spells out the action that unfolded all the way through the weekend.
Elsewhere, NASCAR's Easter break came to an end as the Cup Series returned to action in Martinsville. The event was dampened with rain delays, however organisers managed to run the race on Sunday as Ford chased a third-straight victory in the championship - Amanda Vincent brings you all the developments.
We also have some Formula 1 features to bring to you, as Phillip Horton makes the case as to why the premier single-seater series needs more teams. Following Yuki Tsunoda's impressive debut in Bahrain, Fergal Walsh looks at how other drivers have faired in their debuts for Red Bull's sister team.
Our sportscar editor Davey Euwema analyses the ongoing prototype push amid Alex Lynn's recent LMP2-related announcement, while Stephen Camp brings the views of IndyCar veterans, who are impressed with the current talent pool in the North-American series.