Valtteri Bottas got ’emotional’ and Romain Grosjean went from fuming to singing. Here’s the team radio highlights from final practice and qualifying.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas took the first pole position of his career and led Mercedes’ first front row lock-out of 2017 in qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas took the first pole position of his career ahead of team mate Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain.
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Max Verstappen put Red Bull on top in the final practice session after Romain Grosjean brought out the red flags by crashing.
Follow the 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix third practice session on F1 Fanatic Live.
Friday’s practice times in Bahrain gave Red Bull some cause for optimism but Daniel Ricciardo believes Ferrari and Mercedes can go much quicker.
Here are the team radio highlights from the first two practice sessions at the Bahrain International Circuit.
Sebastian Vettel remained on top in the second practice session for the Bahrain Grand Prix but it was his turn to suffer a Ferrari stoppage.
Max Verstappen was voted Driver of the Weekend for the seventh time by F1 Fanatic readers after his stunning podium finish in China.
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Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari topped and tailed the times sheets after the first practice session in Bahrain. Sebastian Vettel was quickest but Kimi Raikkonen hit trouble.
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Max Verstappen was frustrated by the lack of blue flags for Romain Grosjean in China but as his team pointed out he wasn’t close enough to trigger them. Here’s all the team radio chatter.
Lewis Hamilton is closing on two pole position records. But Kimi Raikkonen already holds an unusual record in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix.
With its long straights, heavy braking zones and generous run-off areas, the Bahrain International Circuit is more taxing on the cars than the drivers.
An unwell Jacques Villeneuve held off a charging Eddie Irvine to 20 years ago today at Buenos Aires after Michael Schumacher crashed out at the start.