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Formula 1 sporting boss Ross Brawn believes Bahrain served as a “wake-up call” to Mercedes after their fortuitous one-two finish.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has defended Sebastian Vettel’s error in Bahrain, believing drivers shouldn’t be criticised for driving ‘to the limit’.
Bahrain set the scene for Formula 2’s first action for 2019, and there were twists and turns wherever you looked.
A reporter goes a big step too far with Mick Schumacher, but there was still plenty to enjoy from Bahrain. It was finger-lickin’ good in fact…
Conclusions from Bahrain as there were no tears of joy for Ferrari and yet another one-two for Mercedes; McLaren have found some form.
Good performances are not without pain for the likes of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, while Sebastian Vettel flops on the big stage again.
Sebastian Vettel’s latest mistake shows he is not an elite driver, Charles Leclerc proved a hell of a lot and reliability could prove to be Ferrari’s downfall.
Although Sebastian Vettel admits his Bahrain spin was his own doing, the four-time World Champion has denied cracking under pressure.
Christian Horner can’t help himself, if there is a reason to have a dig at Renault, he’ll take it and take it he did in Bahrain.
Kimi Raikkonen says his Alfa Romeo was “so bad” at times during the Bahrain GP, although it was “not really the car but the conditions.”