2010 Bahrain Grand Prix articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Bahrain Grand Prix Live Blog 14th March 2010, 11:03
Review the Bahrain Grand Prix live blog below. Bahrain Grand Prix Pre-race notes Both Ferraris have had precautionary engine changes. They will not lose places on the grid. Weather expected to remain hot and dry, air temperature in the mid-30s. Useful links Bahrain Grand Prix grid Track map Live F1 video FAQ Live F1 timing
Pos Num Driver Car Laps Gap Difference Grid 1 8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 49 3 2 7 Felipe Massa Ferrari 49 16.099 16.099 2 3 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 49 23.182 7.083 4 4 5 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 49 38.799 15.617 1 5 4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 49 40.213 1.414 5 6 3 Michael [...]
Championship standings after the Bahrain Grand Prix Drivers’ championship Position Driver Points 1 Fernando Alonso 25 2 Felipe Massa 18 3 Lewis Hamilton 15 4 Sebastian Vettel 12 5 Nico Rosberg 10 6 Michael Schumacher 8 7 Jenson Button 6 8 Mark Webber 4 9 Vitantonio Liuzzi 2 10 Rubens Barrichello 1 11 Nico Hülkenberg [...]
Vettel faces Ferrari threat in season opener (Bahrain GP pre-race analysis) 13th March 2010, 18:10
Can Sebastian Vettel start 2010 the way he ended 2009 – with a win? He’ll have to keep the fastest Ferraris of Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso behind him for 49 laps of the punishing Bahrain circuit. And the F10s are expected to have an advantage over Vettel’s car on race pace.
F1 has its largest grid in 15 years for the Bahrain Grand Prix. The last race with as many as 24 cars on the grid was the 1995 Pacific Grand Prix. Here are the times from all three parts of qualifying in full: Pos. # Driver Car Q1 Q2 Q3 1 5 Sebastian Vettel Red [...]
The drivers had to get used to a busier track in the first qualifying session of the year with 24 cars in action at Bahrain. Here are pictures from today’s qualifying session.
Sebastian Vettel will start the first race of the year from pole position after heading qualifying for Red Bull. He needed just one run at the end of Q3 to displace the Ferrari duo at the front of the field. But Michael Schumacher could only manage seventh on his return to F1.
Review the Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying live blog below. Qualifying – Bahrain Grand Prix Useful links Track map Live F1 video FAQ Live F1 timing McLaren’s live dashboard
A third different car headed the third practice session ahead of qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso lapped the extended Bahrain circuit in 1’54.099 to head the times by almost three-tenths of a second. Nico Rosberg, fastest in yesterday’s session, was second for Mercedes.
Review the Bahrain Grand Prix Free Practice 3 live blog below. Free practice 3 – Bahrain Grand Prix Useful links Track map Live F1 video FAQ Live F1 timing