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Bahrain F1 Grand Prix Notes by Diego Merino

Back-to-back races, from Tilkedrome A to Tilkedrome B, means no time to waste, pack immediately before and during the race and catch a flight Sunday evening from Shanghai straight to Bahrain. 1,113 more words


Formula 1, Enrique Iglesias & Wolfgang Puck What I Eat #29

I’ve been covering the Bahrain Grand Prix every year since 2014, so I thought it would be interesting to bring you guys along for the ride. 82 more words

McLaren Honda's Bahrain F1 Test is going exactly as you'd think

At the end of the morning session of Day 1 of the Bahrain F1 Test, Daniel Ricciardo topped the timing charts for Red Bull Racing, while McLaren’s Honda engine lasted for a total number of 2 laps before failing on them. 284 more words

Formula One

F1 2017 Bahrain GP : Talking points

The desert storm has settled leaving Sebastian Vettel on the top step of the podium for Scuderia Ferrari at the 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix.

It wasn’t an easy lights to flag finish obviously, because pole man Bottas didn’t win it. 581 more words

Formula One

2017: The year of reckoning for Vettel and Ferrari?

Even after securing 44 Formula One wins, Sebastian Vettel cannot stop giggling when there is a trophy on the way. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to win a race and Vettel surely pours his heart out whenever he is the first one to drive past the chequered flag. 328 more words


Hamilton admits frustration following second place finish in Bahrain

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton has admitted that although he appeared happy with his second-place finish on the podium at the Bahrain Grand Prix, he is frustrated with what could have been. 507 more words

I say team, you say orders.

The first Bahrain Grand Prix took place in 2004, and was won by Michael Schumacher on his way to his seventh and final world championship. Since 2014 the race has been run at night time, despite rumours that it is past Max Verstappen’s bed time and should be brought forward. 1,223 more words

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