At the Bahrain Grand Prix last month, Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen ended a 25-race streak without a podium finish. Only one other time in his Formula One career had he gone even 17 races without finishing in the top three—and those were the first 17 races of his career, in 2001 with Sauber. Show More Summary
Nico Rosberg has admitted that his error during Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying was on his mind as he stormed to pole position in…
Nico Rosberg is a man under pressure. Team-mate Lewis Hamilton's victory in Bahrain gave him a 27-point lead in the drivers' championship. Winless Rosberg, yet to qualify or finish ahead of Hamilton, is just one point clear of third-placed...Show More Summary
At last weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix, Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton cruised to his third victory in four races this season. Meanwhile, his team-mate, Nico Rosberg, spent the evening battling the Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel. After...Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso could only finish 11th in the 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix, but the two-time world champion probably took more enjoyment from last weekend's race than he did from the 2014 event. Last year's Bahrain GP was one of the most miserable weekends of Alonso's disappointing five-year stint at Ferrari. Show More Summary
Sebastian Vettel had that familiar glint in his eye after qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Seven days after finishing 0.9 seconds adrift of Lewis Hamilton's pole time on the Saturday of the Chinese GP, as per the official Formula...Show More Summary
The Formula One teams had little opportunity to make changes to their cars for the 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix. Held just a week after the Chinese round, the first Middle Eastern race of the year was also the first night race. Ferrari again...Show More Summary
Formula One's 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix marked the end of the first "Asian season" — the sport now embarks on a tour of Europe, stopping off in Canada, before returning to Asia in mid-September. The race didn't quite match 2014's edition, but it was nonetheless an exciting and tense affair. Show More Summary
In a race where strategy once again dominated proceedings, team radio played a crucial role in last weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix. The Sakhir event, held under lights for the second time, wasn't quite as exciting as last year's race,Show More Summary
In the build up to the Bahrain Grand Prix, GPUpdate.net posed five key questions and contemplated the potential outcomes.…
Here's everything you need to know about the wonderful world of motorsports this week. Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen returns to championship form. Over the weekend at the Bahrain Grand Prix, Mercedes-AMG's Lewis Hamilton took the checkered flag for the third time in four races this season. Show More Summary
Kimi Raikkonen may have returned to the podium for the first time for over 18 months in the Bahrain Grand Prix, but that will not be enough for the Finn to secure his Ferrari future. The 2007 world champion endured the worst season of...Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton claimed his third win of the year while Kimi Räikkönen took advantage of Nico Rosberg's late brake issue to…
The 2015 Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix provided suspense and intrigue all the way to the final lap of the race. Though the predicted Ferrari long-run pace advantage failed to materialise, Kimi Raikkonen still came within a whisker of...Show More Summary
Autoblog recaps the 2015 Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix, a race that came down to Mercedes' overwhelming power versus Ferrari's combination of power and strategy. Continue reading 2015 Bahrain F1 Grand Prix puts a dark horse in the desert...Show More Summary
Daniel Ricciardo's Renault engine gives up in dramatic fashion at the end of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene declared that Kimi Räikkönen is officially back on form after his Bahrain Grand Prix…
It was yet another double podium for the Mercedes AMG Formula One team following yesterday’s enthralling Bahrain Grand Prix, though this time there was a red car splitting up the two Silver Arrows. Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton took home the win for Mercedes, followed just 3.38 seconds later by Ferrari’s Kimi...
VICE News | – “Formula 1’s annual Bahrain Grand Prix opened April 17 to global fanfare, but demonstrators in the small Gulf kingdom off the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia have been…
Romain Grosjean joins Lotus chef Max Portioli in the team's kitchen at the Bahrain Grand Prix.