Nelson Piquet Jnr: "I think hopefully both cars can score points and we can start from zero here again." Actually Nelson, Fernando's got four points already, it's just you on zero…
Professor Sid Watkins on Ayrton Senna's fatal crash: “When they were released from behind the safety car, Senna went off very, very fast followed by Schumacher and when they completed the first racing lap, Senna’s car went past mine. It was very, very unstable and the back end of the car was stepping out a great deal and I had the premonition that there was going to be a big accident."
"As you can see from the photos, we have glorious weather here in Bahrain. Not a cloud in the sky and an air temperature of 34°C. But it's a very pleasant dry heat, rather than the humid heat we had in Malaysia. Mind you, it will still be hard work for the drivers in the cockpit."
"Mosley's letter offers the teams a final chance to make a case for adjusting the budget cap prior to the anticipated ratification of the technical and financial regulations at the next FIA World Council meeting on April 29. The budget cap is optional, although teams who opt not to adopt it will work to more restrictive technical rules."
Today’s Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Gazza, 45, made a strong pitch to Ferrari at the weekend.
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