The team radio communications from the Bahrain Grand Prix reveal the difficulties Mercedes encountered trying to contain the threat from Ferrari.
In what is already proving a highly competitive Predictions Championship in 2017, 36 players tied for the top score in the Bahrain Grand Prix round.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.
Sergio Perez, Sebastian Vettel, Nico Hulkenberg and Pascal Wehrlein were F1 Fanatic’s stars of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Mercedes issued team orders at least three times during the Bahrain Grand Prix. Here are the team radio highlights from the race.
With two wins and a second place from the first three races Sebastian Vettel has made the best start to a championship for a Ferrari driver in 13 years.
Mercedes had chances to win the Bahrain Grand Prix but once Sebastian Vettel got between their drivers it became impossible to contain the Ferrari.
An early Safety Car period prompted most drivers to use two-stop strategies in the Bahrain Grand Prix. Pascal Wehrlein was the only exception.
Passes on both Renault drivers helped Sergio Perez gain the most places of any driver during the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap of the race with a time of 1’32.798 as he chased Sebastian Vettel in the final laps.
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Sebastian Vettel took his second victory of the 2017 season in the Bahrain Grand Prix despite a late charge from Lewis Hamilton.
Sebastian Vettel holds a seven-point lead over Lewis Hamilton after the Bahrain Grand Prix while Ferrari head Mercedes by three points.
Sebastian Vettel took his second victory of 2017 ahead of the two Mercedes drivers.
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The 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix in pictures.
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A breakthrough pole position for Valtteri Bottas in Bahrain has added a new dimension to a championship fight which had seemed to be a two-man contest.