Teams preview the Bahrain GP

Tuesday 16th April 2013

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Teams preview the Bahrain GP

Teams preview the Bahrain GP

The Bahrain's Sakhir circuit hosts the last of the first four flyaway races of the 2013 season and here are what the teams are targetting this weekend.

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Red Bull
Sebastian Vettel is looking forward to finding his rhythm quickly in Bahrain while Mark Webber feels having back-to-back races is a positive...

McLaren
Jenson Button admits grip levels could be an issue at the Bahrain GP while Sergio Perez predicts "some decent racing"...

Lotus
With another second place to his name, Kimi Raikkonen heads to Bahrain in an upbeat mood while Romain Grosjean has good memories of the Sakhir track...

Mercedes
Nico Rosberg is eager to bounce back after his Chinese disappointment while Lewis Hamilton is getting more comfortable in his car...

Sauber
Nico Hulkenberg is keen to continue his run of top-ten results while Esteban Gutierrez is chasing his first points in Bahrain...

Force India
After enduring mixed fortunes in China, Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil head to Bahrain knowing that the track will suit the VJM06...

Williams
Pastor Maldonado and Valetteri Bottas head to Bahrain still in search of their first points of the 2013 season...

Caterham
Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde are determined to make more progress for Caterham ahead of the European season...

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