Posts Tagged ‘Bahrain International Circuit’

14 Mar 2010: F1: Bahrain Grand Prix liveblog 2010

Welcome to the first race of the 2010 Formula One season. And it should be an interesting one.

13 Mar 2010: F1: Red Bull’s Vettel on pole as Button struggles with car

Sebastian Vettel has thrown down the gauntlet to four world champions with his thrilling curtain-raiser at the Sakhir Circuit in Bahrain today, after parking his Red Bull neatly on pole and challenging the rest of the field to catch him – if they can.

12 Mar 2010: F1: 2010 Bahrain GP preview – no-one knows anything about anyone at all

Friday practice in Bahrain taught little about the prospects of the 12 F1 teams that will take to the grid on Sunday as mechanical problems kept some drivers off the track for all or most of the day, while others were testing different strategies that could not be directly compared.

12 Mar 2010: F1: User guide to the Bahrain Grand Prix 2010

Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know.

28 Apr 2009: GP2 Asia: Kobayashi is series champion in DAMS lock-out

DAMS drivers Kamui Kobayashi and Jerome d’Ambrosio secured a one-two in this year’s GP2 Asia championship in Bahrain, as well as a constructors’ title for their team. Meanwhile, Britain’s James Jakes had a respectable season finish.

26 Apr 2009: F1: Bahrain Grand Prix live blog

While we can probably expect good weather for today’s Bahrain Grand Prix, no-one is entirely discounting sandstorms, of the kind that wrecked testing at the circuit earlier in the year.

25 Apr 2009: Opinion: why there’s more to racing than marble and gold taps

Anyone watching qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix was advised to do so on an empty stomach – or risk extreme nausea from all the hype about the facilities and the hero-worship of the region’s money.

24 Apr 2009: F1: User guide to the Bahrain Grand Prix

Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know, including a weather report, broadcast times and a circuit guide – happy reading.

24 Apr 2009: F1: Form book back to normal in the desert?

There may be sand on the track, drivers and teams may be in a jetlagged no man’s land between Asian and European time zones – but at least the weather is predictable.

17 Feb 2009: F1: Bahrain and Jerez testing reports 13/02/2008

Kimi Raikkonen put in a dominant performance in Bahrain to raise his Ferrari to the top of the unofficial timesheet after the weather-disrupted test there resumed. Meanwhile in Jerez Fernando Alonso got within two-tenths of a second of Lewis Hamilton’s McLaren.

 
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