Bahrain has confirmed the anticipated news that next year's Grand Prix will be staged at night.
A helmet worn by Sauber driver Nico Hülkenberg during the Malaysian and Bahrain Grand Prix weekends has fetched nearly £6,500 in an online charity auction.
Reports abound that the Australian Grand Prix is set to lose its place as the opening round of the Formula One championship in 2014. According to a News Limited report, Bahrain will be announced as the host of the inaugural … Continue reading ? The post Melbourne on brink of losing F1 season opener appeared first on CarAdvice.
Melbourne has all but confirmed news it has lost its status as the opening race on the formula one calendar. It emerged recently that F1's hugely controversial Bahrain grand prix is provisionally scheduled to kick off an unprecedentedly-long 21-race schedule in 2014. Show More Summary
Spanish Grand Prix pole-sitter Nico Rosberg says he is approaching Sunday afternoon’s race in a prudent frame of mind after his experiences in Bahrain, the Mercedes driver admitting that tyre degradation is still a concern for the t...
Allan McNish thinks Paul di Resta can fight for title – Formula 1 news Former Formula 1 driver, Allan McNish has admired the performance of Force India’s Paul di Resta in the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix and believes he can fight for the itle...Show More Summary
Felipe Massa is hopeful that he will be able to bounce back from the disappointment of Bahrain at next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, with the Ferrari driver struggling to 15th position in the Gulf State after a first lap clash and multiple tyre failures.
Sergio Pérez has denied claims that he apologised to McLaren team-mate Jenson Button following the Bahrain Grand Prix, with the Mexican unwilling to take sole responsibility for their "very aggressive" wheel-to-wheel battles.
Ex-Formula 1 driver John Watson believes that Jenson Button was wrong to complain about team-mate Sergio Pérez over his radio during the Bahrain Grand Prix and has urged the 2009 World Champion "to come to terms" with the adapting Mexican.
Jenson Button says Sergio Perez needs to calm down – Formula 1 news McLaren driver Jenson Button has said that his teammate, Sergio Perez needs to calm down after they made two very risky contacts in the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix. Perez...Show More Summary
Sergio Perez admits he was too aggressive in 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix – Formula 1 news McLaren driver Sergio Perez has admitted that he was too aggressive with his teammate, Jenson Button in the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix to gain position. Perez tried to overtake Button twice in the Bahrain GP and made very dangerous contacts. Show More Summary
Ferrari says it has uncovered the reason behind the DRS failure that hit Fernando Alonso's car at the Bahrain Grand Prix, following a detailed investigation at its Maranello factory. The issue, which saw the flap remain stuck open on two occasions, was caused due to a mechanical component breaking.
Eric Boullier admires Romain Grosjean’s performance in 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix – Formula 1 news Lotus team principal, Eric Boullier has admired Romain Grosjean’s performance in the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix and expressed that the podium...Show More Summary
Stefano Domenicali believes Fernando Alonso could have won the Bahrain GP – Formula 1 news Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali has said that their driver, Fernando Alonso could have won the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix if he hadn’t...Show More Summary
McLaren drivers Jenson Button and Sergio Pérez have settled their differences after the Bahrain Grand Prix, in which the pair fought for position on multiple occasions and at one point made contact following a wheel-to-wheel approach to Turn 4.
Sebastian Vettel has made an exploratory visit to the new Sochi Olympic Park Circuit in Russia, planned to host a future round of the Formula One World Championship. Fresh from his win at the weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix – where … Continue reading ? The post Sebastian Vettel hits planned Russian Formula One circuit appeared first on CarAdvice.
The sand, the wind, the penalties, the contact and the one crash - all of them collided to make the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix a surprise affair from day to day and lap to lap. Oh, and did we mention the tires? Pirelli made a last-minute...Show More Summary
Sebastian Vettel became the first driver to experience the new Russian Grand Prix circuit in Sochi on Monday, making a promotional visit to the part-completed venue directly after his victory in Bahrain. The German, who was joined by ex-Formula 1 star David Coulthard, drove various Infiniti road cars on tarmacked areas of the track.
Our selection of the best, funniest and prettiest photos taken at Sunday’s F1 race in Bahrain. Read more...