The British press have been reaching for the superlatives to describe the spectacle served up by the barnstorming Bahrain GP, a race which they believe left the high-profile critics of F1′s new era with egg on their faces.
Despite risking their drivers taking each other out, Paddy Lowe says Mercedes made the right call in allowing Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to race in Bahrain…
Ron Dennis has rebuked Sebastian Vettel for “inappropriate” comments about the new-look F1 and its 1.6-litre V6 engines…
Luca di Montezemolo insists his criticism of modern day F1 has “nothing to do” with Mercedes’ dominate position…
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Ferrari struggled throughout today's Bahrain Grand Prix, especially on the straights where the F14T clearly lacks top end power. Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen finished in 9th and 10th, securing just a few points for the Italian team.
One might almost feel sorry for Ferrari chairman Luca Montezemolo, who turned up in Bahrain and tried to convince the Formula 1 world that the new rules produce boring racing. He used the word “taxi racing”, while Bernie Ecclestone, who was banging the same drum, muttered about touring car engines. Neither was much in evidence […]
Lewis Hamilton took victory by the narrowest of margins in this evening's Bahrain Grand Prix after an enthralling race-long battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg. A second consecutive one-two finish for the Silver Arrows saw the team extend its lead at the top of the Constructors' Championship.
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo came extremely close to a podium at the Bahrain Grand Prix, finishing just behind 3rd placed Sergio Perez. Sebastian Vettel finished 6th.
Sahara Force India returned to the podium this evening as Sergio Perez scored a brilliant third place in the Bahrain Grand Prix. Nico Hulkenberg was close behind in fifth place bringing the team’s points total to 44 and moving the team up to second place in the constructors’ championship.
Briton edges out team-mate Nico Rosberg in duel of epic proportions after exchanging lead throughout
The Grand Prix of Bahrain, which took place as a night race for the first time ever, was a huge disappointment for the Sauber F1 Team. Adrian Sutil and Esteban Gutiérrez were both involved in accidents that were not their fault, so were forced to retire. Gutiérrez flipped over but was found uninjured after medical checks.
The 22 drivers have their say on a thrilling race under the floodlights at the Bahrain International Circuit.
Williams' Felipe Massa finished seventh and Valtteri Bottas eighth in the first night race to be held in Bahrain, bringing home another 10 points for the team.
A frustrated Nico Rosberg is convinced that he was the fastest driver in the Bahrain despite losing out to team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s critic-silencing thriller.
Romain Grosjean finished in twelfth position and Pastor Maldonado fourteenth after an eventful first night Bahrain Grand Prix. Both drivers completed the race at the Bahrain International Circuit without reliability issues and the E22 showed improved relative pace following yesterday’s qualifying.
Vettel criticised for ‘inappropriate’ description of new engines World champion should take dignified view, says DennisSebastian Vettel, the four times world champion, came under attack from the …
Bahrain GP stewards have come down hard on Pastor Maldonado and issued the Lotus driver with two further penalties for causing the crash which flipped Esteban Gutierrez’s Sauber.
Kamui Kobayashi was the only man at the finish today for Caterham F1 as he finished the Bahrain GP in 15th place. Team mate Marcus Ericsson stopped earlier with an oil leak on his Renault engine.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted his victory of the Bahrain GP was on a “knife-edge” after triumphing in a thrilling duel with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg
Rosberg: ‘It was the most exciting race I have ever raced’ Hamilton reduces Rosberg lead to 11 pointsIn a spectacular Bahrain Grand Prix, and one that held up to high ridicule …
Toro Rosso failed to score points at the Bahrain Grand Prix, a first this season. Daniil Kvyat came close but finished in 11th place. Jean-Eric Vergne's race was compromised early on by a collision and abandoned the race early on.
Clearly this wasn’t a great day for Scuderia Toro Rosso, it being the first race of the season where we failed to get a car into the top ten. But it was a great day – or night to be more accurate – for Formula 1…Read Article
Red Bull showed plenty of improvement in Bahrain, but for Sebastian Vettel it was another disappointing race…
Recap all the thrills, spills and incidents from the Bahrain International Circuit as they happened after Hamilton makes it two-in-a-row
Lewis Hamilton emerged on top in a compelling race-long duel with team-mate Nico Rosberg in an epic Bahrain GP to claim back-to-back wins as the gloves came off for the first time between the two championship favourites and F1 2014 definitely came alive.
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Lewis Hamilton was relieved to take the chequered flag ahead of Nico Rosberg in Bahrain having triumphed in an “exciting” battle with his team-mate….
Hamilton held off the advances of his teammate to claim a second successive victory while Force India’s Sebastian Perez earned himself a podium finish
Hamilton held off the advances of his teammate to claim a second successive victory while Force India’s Sebastian Perez earned himself a podium finish
Lewis Hamilton wins the Bahrain Grand Prix in Sakhir ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg
Caterham at least got one up on McLaren and Sauber as one of their drivers, Kamui Kobayashi, actually saw the finish line…
There were points in the Bahrain Grand Prix for Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen while Daniil Kvyat’s points run ended with his P11…
Lewis Hamilton has won the Grand Prix of Bahrain, fending off an exciting challenge from team mate Nico Rosberg who started from pole. Sergio Perez was overjoyed with finished third as the Mexican completes the podium.
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has criticised Sebastian Vettel’s sweary condemnation of F1′s quieter sound in 2014.
F1 chief wants adjustments to noise levels and fuel allowance Mercedes boss Toto Wolff insists talk of change is ‘absurd’Formula One is currently "unacceptable" for fans, …
Bernie Ecclestone said he expects to get agreement to change the sport’s “unacceptable” engine rules…
Follow lap-by-lap Formula One commentary from the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir, on Saturday, April 6 2014
All the thrills, spills and incidents from the Bahrain International Circuit as the Silver Arrows look for a third successive race win
And the F1 supremo is backing Mercedes to be firmly behind any changes, despite Toto Wolff calling the possibility of in-season changes “absurd”.
McLaren chief Ron Dennis has urged F1 not to reverse course and retain a “socially-responsibly position” after Bernie Ecclestone described the sport’s new format as “unacceptable”.
Bernie Ecclestone has said that two new teams could soon be on the Formula 1 grid, although he wouldn’t say precisely when they’d join the World Championship.
F1 chief says Mercedes will be the “leaders” in any potential rule changes, despite the team’s boss describing talk of tweaks as “absurd”