Bahrain Grand Prix – Results

Po Name Nat Team Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:34:21.295 25 2 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes +00:02.980 18 3 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari +00:05.131 15 4 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Honda +00:06.408 12 5 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari +00:36.068 10 6 Lando Norris GBR McLaren – Renault +00:45.754 8 7 Kimi

Bahrain Grand Prix – Qualifying Result

Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 01:28.495 01:28.046 01:27.866 2 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 01:28.733 01:28.356 01:28.160 3 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:29.262 01:28.578 01:28.190 4 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 01:29.498 01:28.830 01:28.256 5 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Honda 01:29.579 01:29.109 01:28.752 6 Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas

F1 Today – Bahrain Prixview – 28/03/2019

Ferrari and Red Bull will be closer Lewis Hamilton believes that Ferrari and Red Bull will be a “lot closer”, bracing himself for a three-way battle at this weekends Bahrain Grand Prix. Hamilton’s Mercedes team were “pleasantly surprised” when they managed to beat Ferrari in Melbourne. Ferrari went into Melbourne as the favourites, however, the

F1 Today – 26/03/2019

Red Bull target first Honda win by summer break Honda has set themselves the target of giving Red Bull there first Honda-powered victory in Formula One by the summer break. The Japanese manufacturer scored its first podium of the V6 hybrid era in Melbourne and now has set its sights on its first win since

F1 Today – 25/03/2019

Mercedes insist they are still the “challengers” Mercedes are still insisting they are still seeing themselves as the “challengers” this season despite their commanding start to the season at the Australian Grand Prix. Despite their expectations and many others, the German manufacturer put in a strong performance comfortably beating Ferrari who set the pace during

PRIXVIEW – Bahrain Grand Prix

The second race of the season sees Formula One head to the Middle East for the Bahrain Grand Prix. The Gulf kingdom became the first country in the region to host a Formula One race in 2004, at a circuit in the desert area called Sakhir in the southern part of the state. The circuit