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An extra kerb at Turn 4 would put an end to the confusion that marred the Bahrain Grand Prix, says Sheikh Salman bin Isa Al Khalifa.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen did their talking on the track with the Mercedes driver taking the win after a thrilling battle over the final six laps of the Bahrain GP.
Max Verstappen followed up his pre-season pace with the first pole position of the season, P1 on the Bahrain Grand Prix grid ahead of Lewis Hamilton.
Max Verstappen was untouchable when he swapped to the soft Pirellis late in FP3 for the Bahrain GP, taking P1 by seventh-tenths over Lewis Hamilton.
Pre-season suggestions Red Bull could take the fight to Mercedes played out in FP1 for the Bahrain GP with Max Verstappen quickest of all.
Hot, dry and windy is the weather forecast for the Bahrain GP, bringing with it a possibility for sandstorms during Sunday’s race.
Formula 1 CEO and president Stefano Domenicali has said he has a long to-do list – firstly making sure the 2021 season does actually get under way in Bahrain.
Bahrain’s two Formula 1 races in 2020 will be closed to the public, but a limited number of health workers will be in the stands.
Bahrain’s outer oval layout will make its F1 debut this season but, when the country is back to hosting just one race, it’s the international layout that will be used.
With confirmation that the oval-shaped track will be used for the second race of Bahrain’s double-header, sub-60 second laps are expected.
It was inevitable anyway, but Formula 1 has now confirmed the postponement of the Bahrain and Vietnam GPs.
Following on from the postponement of the Bahrain Grand Prix, the F2 and F3 events for that weekend have also been shelved.
The Bahrain and Vietnam GPs are set to be cancelled today with official confirmation reportedly imminent.
In what is a first for Formula 1, the Bahrain Grand Prix will be held with no spectators due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Bahrain Grand Prix organisers have suspended ticket sales for the upcoming event while they assess the impact of the coronavirus.
Formula 1 sporting boss Ross Brawn has made it clear that F1 hold championship races unless all 10 teams are present.
It was one of the craziest races in recent memory as Mercedes pulled off the most unlikely of one-twos in Bahrain.
Ferrari duly delivered after the pace they have shown so far this weekend, claiming a 1-2 in qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen “foot” was partially to blame for his Bahrain qualifying crash, that’s according to Christian Horner.
Mercedes have admitted they were “probably a little bit too slow” to recognise the threat of a one-stopping Sebastian Vettel in Bahrain.
Kimi Raikkonen has gone from a fan favourite to perhaps slightly less than after breaking the leg of one of his mechanics in Bahrain, and seeming to be more concerned about his DNF.
Christian Horner believes Red Bull had the pace to challenge for the Bahrain win but that came to naught when both cars retired early.
Paddy Lowe says Williams need to band together and “work intelligently and diligently” to solve their current pace problem.
Marcus Ericsson admits it was a “great relief” to score points in Bahrain, his first top-ten showing since Italy 2015.
Lewis Hamilton pulled off the stand-out overtake of the Bahrain Grand Prix as he took three cars in one corner and made up ground from a cautious start.
Pierre Gasly overhauls Carlos Sainz as the favourite to replace Daniel Ricciardo, Ferrari flummox Mercedes while showing that there’s still plenty of danger in F1 racing.
While Sergey Sirotkin concedes Williams must have “looked like idiots” in Bahrain, he says that is from the outside as there were some positives for Williams.
Although McLaren bagged their second double points-haul of 2018 in Bahrain, Fernando Alonso says McLaren need to raise their game, as it is “not enough at the moment.”
Second in Bahrain by just 0.699s, Valtteri Bottas says this past weekend’s grand prix highlighted “some weaknesses” in Mercedes’ W09.
Kimi Raikkonen’s mechanic Francesco Cigarini says the surgery for the double leg break he suffered in Bahrain went “OK.”