MOTOR SPORTS—ALAIN PROST, driving a Ferrari, defeated Nigel Mansell, also in a Ferrari, by 22 seconds to win the Spanish Grand Prix, in Jerez. Prost averaged 106.27 mph for 73 laps of the 2.62-mile, 18-turn urban circuit course.
Mark Martin, behind the wheel of a Ford Thunderbird, beat Dale Earnhardt, in a Chevrolet Lumina, by 3.0 seconds to win a NASCAR event in North Wilkesboro, N.C. Martin, who averaged 93.818 mph for 400 laps of the .625-mile short track, earned $52,875.
James Weaver, driving a Porsche 962C, defeated Chip Robinson, in a Nissan GTP ZX-Turbo, by 1:59.434 to win a rain-shortened IMSA world challenge race and $90,000 in Tampa. Weaver averaged 89.538 mph for 110 laps of the 1.9-mile, 12-turn Florida State Fairgrounds circuit. IMSA's two-time defending sports car champion Geoff Brabham led with 12 laps remaining when his Nissan GTP ZX-Turbo collided with the Turn 6 wall.
TENNIS—JOHN McENROE outlasted Goran Ivanisevic 6-7, 4-6, 7-6, 6-3, 6-4 to win the Swiss Indoor Championship and $65,000, in Basel. It was McEnroe's first title on the tour since August 1989.
Steffi Graf crushed Arantxa S�nchez Vicario 6-1, 6-1 to win the Leipzig ( Germany) Open. Her victory was worth $45,000.
Brad Gilbert defeated Aaron Krickstein 6-3, 6-1 to win the Queensland Open and $32,400, in Brisbane, Australia.
Mary Jo Fernandez outdueled Amy Frazier 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 to win a WTA tour event and $70,000 in Tokyo.
MILEPOSTS—CONVICTED: By a Seattle district court jury, Seattle SuperSonics guard DALE ELLIS, 30, on two counts of drunken and reckless driving. Ellis suffered a collapsed lung and broken ribs when he crashed into a Seattle freeway ramp on Jan. 12. He faces a maximum penalty of one year in jail, a $5,000 fine and a 90-day driver's license suspension.
SUSPENDED: By the NHL for one year, Edmonton Oiler goaltender GRANT FUHR, 28, for using illegal drugs. He maybe reinstated as early as Feb. 18, 1991, if his conduct meets certain standards set by the league.
TRADED: By the Houston Rockets, guard JOHN LUCAS, 36, and center TIM McCORMICK, 28, to the Atlanta Hawks for guards KENNY SMITH, 25, and ROY MARBLE, 23; by the Golden State Warriors, guard-forward TERRY TEAGLE, 30, to the Los Angeles Lakers for a first-round draft choice in 1991.