Lewis Hamilton says it felt “fantastic” to beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in their battle at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
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.
Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg give their thoughts on their thrilling battle in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Briton edges out team-mate Nico Rosberg in duel of epic proportions after exchanging lead throughout
Nico Rosberg says that the battle between the two Mercedes drivers in Bahrain was good for the sport and will help to silence the critics. From pole Rosberg lost the lead to Hamilton at the start, but he made repeated … Continue reading →
Jenson Button believes Mercedes was the only Formula 1 team quicker than McLaren in the Bahrain Grand Prix, despite his team’s double retirement
Kimi Raikkonen says it feels like Ferrari is racing in a different class to the Mercedes-engined Formula 1 teams, after the Scuderia’s difficult start to the season continued in Bahrain
McLaren Mercedes official race report from the 2014 Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix. Read here.
After a race-long battle in Bahrain, the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were joined in the official FIA press conference by the third place finisher, Force India’s Sergio Perez
Lewis Hamilton wins a thrilling race-long battle with his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to win the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton wins a thrilling race-long battle with his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to win the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton wins a thrilling race-long battle with his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to win the Bahrain Grand Prix.
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 …
The 900th world championship Grand Prix was not just a thriller – it was also a race full of interesting statistical occurrences. With victory in Bahrain, Mercedes became the first team since Renault in 2006 to win three consecutive races to start a season
Mercedes drivers fill the top two spots in the 2014 F1 standings, but the order behind them is a little unusual.
Lewis Hamilton was at a loss to explain how just how he kept Nico Rosberg at bay in the closing 12 laps of an utterly exhilarating duel between the two Mercedes drivers in Sakhir
Lewis Hamilton survived a pulsating battle with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to clinch back-to-back victories for the first time in four years.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg did a better job in the Bahrain Grand Prix, despite the Briton claiming his second consecutive Formula 1 victory
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg did a better job in the Bahrain Grand Prix, despite the Briton claiming his second consecutive Formula 1 victory
Lewis Hamilton denies Nico Rosberg in Mercedes 1-2 in 2014 Bahrain F1 Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton beat Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg to victory after an epic race-long battle under the Bahrain floodlights on Sunday, with the pair trading places on numerous occasions and crossing the line just one second apart. Behind the Silver Arrows, Sergio Perez held off a late surge from Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo to secure third, and with it Force India’s first podium for five years
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
Lewis Hamilton beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in a tense, close battle at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton survived a pulsating battle with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to clinch back-to-back victories for the first time in four years.
Thank the Lord that so many of Formula One’s detractors were present in Bahrain, where the 900th grand prix since the world championship was inaugurated turned out to be a humdinger that was easily the best held so far under the new regulations.
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, …
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”.
Bernie Ecclestone believes Mercedes is going to “be the leaders” behind any changes to the current F1 regulations
Luca di Montezemolo has reiterated his desire for future changes to the F1 rules – but insists that he doesn’t want to rein in Mercedes by implementing those changes in 2014. The Ferrari presisdent is meeting with Bernie Ecclestone and … Continue reading →
F1 chief says Mercedes will be the “leaders” in any potential rule changes, despite the team’s boss describing talk of tweaks as “absurd”
Lewis: “I’m happy that it’s my team-mate there on pole and not someone else!”
Nico: “We’re here to race and to put on a great show”
Mercedes boss has labelled calls for rule changes to the new Formula One as “absurd”
F1 leaders describe potential changes to the rules just two races into new season as “absurd” ahead of meeting
Sergio Perez could be a dark horse in Bahrain on Sunday, and he might be the man ready to take advantage should Mercedes hit any problems. The Mexican qualified fifth, and gained a place from the Ricciardo penalty.
The push by Red Bull and Ferrari to change new Formula 1 rules is “absurd”, says Mercedes co-team boss Toto Wolff.
From Mercedes’ apparent dominance to the tiny margins separating the chasing pack, and from differing strategies to tyre and fuel concerns, we preview the key themes to watch out for in the 2014 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix at Sakhir
FIA chairman and Bernie Ecclestone to meet Italian team German chief describes prospect of change as absurdThe Bahrain Grand Prix will take place against a background of …
FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED: Lewis Hamilton claimed he was ‘happy for the team’ after Mercedes sealed their first front-row lockout of the season for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix. But the British driver will certainly not be ecstatic with his own personal display.
Mercedes think it ‘absurd’ that rival teams even think there is a need to tweak Formula 1′s regulations just two races into its new era.
Lewis Hamilton had arguably been favourite to claim pole position in Bahrain, but lost out by a quarter of a second to Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg. Hamilton insisted the German’s performance was no surprise however, and says he will need to work hard overnight to overhaul Rosberg’s advantage ahead of the third Grand Prix of the season
Lewis Hamilton had arguably been favourite to claim pole position in Bahrain, but lost out by a quarter of a second to Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg. Hamilton insisted the German’s performance was no surprise however, and says he will need to work hard overnight to overhaul Rosberg’s advantage ahead of the third Grand Prix of the season
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg says he expects a “close, tough race” with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s Bahrain GP.
As an antidote to the negative taint on much of the recent news about Formula One, the revelation that Michael Schumacher is showing the first genuine signs of positive progress swept like a breath of fresh air through the paddock in Sakhir yesterday, as championship leader Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to pole position by three-tenths for today’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
As an antidote to the negative taint on much of the recent news about Formula One, the revelation that Michael Schumacher is showing the first genuine signs of positive progress swept like a breath of fresh air through the paddock in Sakhir yesterday, as championship leader Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to pole position by three-tenths for today’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
McLaren Mercedes drivers Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen qualified in 7th and 9th today, a performance that was in line with the expectations before the weekend, but well below the team's own targets.