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Rosberg adopts the Mercedes go-slow policy

The race last week in China should have brought fear into the hearts of every Formula One fan who hopes to see competitive on track racing in the first half of this season. 477 more words

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LEWIS HAMILTON STORMS TO BAHRAIN GP POLE

By Daniel Wilson.

Lewis Hamilton kept up his 100% qualifying form in 2015 with a supreme lap to take pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix. 333 more words

BAHRAIN GP

Vettel confident Ferrari can race Mercedes

Sebastian Vettel says he is confident Ferrari can challenge Mercedes in the Bahrain Grand Prix after qualifying second for Sunday’s race.

Vettel looked poised to take his first pole for Ferrari, only for Hamilton to snatch the top spot in the dying stages of the final shootout, as he went four tenths clear with his final flying lap. 125 more words

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Rosberg: I underestimated the threat of Vettel

Nico Rosberg admits he underestimated the threat of Sebastian Vettel after the Ferrari racer beat him to second on the grid for the Bahrain Grand Prix. 172 more words

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Kvyat throws it away with Hamilton on top | 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix - Free Practice 3

Will Stevens was the first man out on track during FP3, the final tweaking session ahead of the impending frantic qualifying.

As with last year, the Bahrain GP – and its qualifying session – will be held under floodlights at night, but FP1 was held during the daylight, as was Fp3. 249 more words

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2015 Bahrain Grand Prix Practice Review

Lewis Hamilton wins the Chinese Grand Prix ahead of his team mate Nico Rosberg in second place and Sebastian Vettel in third place. Williams, Lotus, Sauber and Williams picked up some much needed points in Shanghai; whereas McLaren managed to finish the race with Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso. 1,391 more words

No grid penalty for Vettel after being investigated for an unsafe release

The FIA stewards have decided to take no further action against Sebastian Vettel for an unsafe release after a further investigation this morning in Bahrain, 170 more words