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
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
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...
With victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix, reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton secured his third win in four races in the 2015 Formula One season. The two-time world champion's latest win from pole position has seen Hamilton extend his...Show More Summary
There’s having a bad day, and then there’s really having a bad day, and somewhere on that continuum of terribleness is Pastor Maldonado’s trip to the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix. Maldonado received a penalty for gridding up 18th instead of 16th. Read more...
The real battle at the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix wasn’t for first per se, although if you ask Kimi Räikkönen, he could have made it happen if he had been given more time. No, it was for the rest of the podium. Here’s the flub and subsequent pass that gave Räikkönen second place over Nico Rosberg. Read more...
The 2015 Formula One season has barely started, but Nico Rosberg must feel his chances of winning the Drivers' Championship are already slipping away. On Saturday in Bahrain, his Mercedes team-mate, Lewis Hamilton, captured his fourth...Show More Summary
Mercedes AMG’s Lewis Hamilton managed to secure pole position for the 2015 Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix, but he’s going to have his work cut out for him come tomorrow’s race as Ferrari’s four-time world champion driver Sebastian Vettel will also be starting on the front row. Hamilton’s time in Q3 was 1:32.571, with...
Do you view Formula One as a team sport? Or one of individuals, who only unite when circumstances dictate they must? After a Chinese Grand Prix that saw Nico Rosberg throw his biggest tantrum yet, accusing his Mercedes colleague Lewis...Show More Summary
Sebastian Vettel, who is now competing for Ferrari, won his first trophy on Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia Grand Prix for the current Formula One season. Right after receiving his accolades, the 27-year-old German driver pays tribute to the racetrack legend, Michael Schumacher.
Bahrain led Formula One’s expansion into the Middle East back in 2004 and, despite the ongoing political strife in the country, will this year hold its 11th Grand Prix. Starting last season, the Bahrain Grand Prix became a twilight race, providing some much-needed relief from the heat for all involved but this tends to bring up new issues...
Mercedes reaffirmed their Formula One dominance last time out in China as they claimed the top two spots after Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari win had upset the applecart in Malaysia. This weekend sees the circuit move to Bahrain for theShow More Summary
This weekend, Bahrain will host the Formula One Grand Prix. But behind the shiny fast cars and super-sized champagne bottles lies a government that is willing to stop at nothing to punish those who dare to speak out about the … Please continue reading.
Mercedes brushed aside Ferrari's challenge at the 2015 Formula One Chinese Grand Prix without even breaking a sweat. Following Sebastian Vettel's shock victory in Malaysia, the German team looked vulnerable heading into the race. But...Show More Summary
No sooner had last weekend’s race in China ended that all the Formula One teams headed off for Bahrain for the fourth round of the season, scheduled for this weekend. The Bahrain Grand Prix is always a controversial stop on the F1 calendar, with the political tensions in the country still as hot as ever, but the race itself is an exciting...
The Formula One grid girl who was hit by a torrent of champagne courtesy of Lewis Hamilton after his victory at the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on Sunday said she wasn't really bothered by the incident, at least not as much as the Western world seemed to be. [ more › ]
Formula One leaves China and heads straight to the Middle East this weekend for the 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix, part two of the first back-to-back race pairing of the season. The venue will be the Bahrain International Circuit. In 2014,...Show More Summary
Less than a week after the Chinese Grand Prix, the 2015 Formula One season will resume at the Bahrain Grand Prix, which is the fourth round of the campaign. Seven days seems like no time for Nico Rosberg to recover from his post-race...Show More Summary