Lewis Hamilton won last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix by 0.636 seconds over his Mercedes teammate, Nico Rosberg. A tight margin after 66 laps to be sure, but Rosberg never really challenged him the way he did in Bahrain. In the post-race podium interview, though, Hamilton said, "I wasn't fast enough really today; Nico was quicker. Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton took his fourth straight victory for Mercedes and moved into a three-point championship lead over team mate Nico Rosberg after resisting the German in a thrilling climax in Spain on Sunday. Just as it had in Bahrain, when the pair staged another spectacular duel, their fight developed into one of differing strategies. After [...]
The Formula One calendar each year is populated by some grands prix (like Monaco, Melbourne and Montreal) that are essential to the sport and others (like Bahrain, Russia or Korea) that expand its reach to new locations. But even in the latter category, the last place we'd expect to see on the list is Azerbaijan. Show More Summary
If the Bahrain Grand Prix was a bounty for the fans, the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix returned to the script entitled "Displays of Dominance" yet still offered a fair bit of action throughout the weekend. After not being completely...Show More Summary
After acting as a ramp for the Sauber of Esteban Gutierrez in Bahrain, Pastor Maldonado could have done with a weekend under the radar at the Chinese Grand Prix. The Venezuelan was handed a triple penalty for the incident with Gutierrez,...Show More Summary
Formula One fans like to complain. Not all of them—many are able to enjoy the sport for what it is—but there is a vocal minority, at least, for whom it seems nothing is ever right. The 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix was one of the most exciting F1 races in recent memory. Show More Summary
After two disappointing weekends in Malaysia and Bahrain, Kevin Magnussen ’s podium finish in the Australian Grand Prix suddenly seems like a long time ago. The excitement that followed the Dane’s stunning third place in Melbourne (which...Show More Summary
With Formula One still on a high following that stunning Bahrain Grand Prix, race winners Mercedes have given themselves a well-earned pat on the back for allowing Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to race for the win in Sakhir. Away from the track, however, things are a little more serious. Show More Summary
Time is running out for Fernando Alonso. The dream partnership he embarked upon when he joined Ferrari in 2010 has, after a period of gradual decline, gone stale. Following the Bahrain Grand Prix, we’re now three races into the 2014 Formula One season and Alonso is rather uncharacteristically yet to register on anyone’s consciousness. Show More Summary
The 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix was one of the best races of the last 20 years. Lewis Hamilton won after a nail-biting duel with teammate Nico Rosberg. The two men almost touched on numerous occasions as Mercedes once more proved they're the team to beat. The fighting down the field was no less spectacular. Show More Summary
Credits: MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images Critics of the new rules are left with egg on their faces after 'best race for years' First Reaction Monday, April 7, 2014 - 2:11pm LEWIS HAMILTON won a thrilling Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday,...Show More Summary
Esteban Gutierrez of Sauber was involved in a horrifying crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday, flipped through the air after being clipped by Pastor Maldonado's Lotus: Sauber driver Esteban Gutierrez crashes ahead of Lotus driver...Show More Summary
Mercedes AMG has secured its third win out of three races held this season, and its second consecutive one-two finish, with star driver Lewis Hamilton coming out on top yesterday at the 2014 Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix. However, the real winner was the sport itself, as the race was absolutely spellbinding, with duels throughout the field from...
Police probe explosion in capital Manana on the last day of the Formula One motor racing Grand Prix.
During Formula One preseason testing, the two midfield teams with the most buzz were Williams and Force India. After three races, though both teams have performed significantly better than they did in 2013, they are headed in opposite directions. In Bahrain, Force India secured their best result of the season when Sergio Perez came home third. Show More Summary
The Bahrain Grand Prix witnessed Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, the Mercedes teammates and overwhelming world title favourites, go head-to-head for the first time in the 2014 Formula One season. We were robbed of a close battle atShow More Summary
Well. What a race. The first line of last year's Bahrain Grand Prix recap was, "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...Show More Summary
2014 BAHRAIN F1 GRAND PRIX Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes continued their dominance of the 2014 championship, finishing one-two with Nico Rosberg for the second race in a row. Daniel Ricciardo staged a measured, strategic race during which he battled for pace, to end up fourth after starting thirteenth. Show More Summary
There was some controversy at the Malaysian Grand Prix, with Felipe Massa being ordered to let teammate Valtteri Bottas pass. It wasn't good for fans, it wasn't good for racing, but it was good for the team. Which was a shame. Thankfully, at today's Bahrain Grand Prix, we saw the power of racing without team orders. Read more...
Bahrain had already seen just how dominant the Mercedes cars of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton had been in the qualifying sessions, and another front-row lockout gave both the best possible start to proceedings. Straight from the off,...Show More Summary