As Formula 1 celebrated the 1000th World Championship race, Lewis Hamilton led home team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes secured their third one-two in as many races to start the 2019 season. On a day when Ferrari had no answer for the Silver Arrows, Sebastian Vettel completed the podium in third.
In a thrilling qualifying session in China, worthy of the 1000th World Championship race, Valtteri Bottas secured his first pole position since Russia 2018, edging his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton by just 0.023s, with the Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc around three tenths adrift.
The Bahrain Grand Prix is over, and it was a race with a lot going on. While everybody expected Leclerc to win, he ends on the 3rd place with engine problems.
Charles Leclerc became the second youngest pole-sitter in the history of the Formula One. During the qualification for the Bahrain Grand Prix, he clocked the fastest time. Sebastian Vettel placed the second-best time, securing a front row for Ferrari.
Today the teams completed the first two training sessions for the weekend. Here you will find some initial responses from the teams.
Today the teams completed the training session 1 and 2 on the track in Bahrain. Here we are sharing some statistics on those two sessions.
Mick Schumacher will make his Formula One debut in Bahrain. He will not be driving in the Formula one race but he will participate with the post-Bahrain Grand Prix test sessions.
We think it’s clear to say that Williams didn’t have the start of the season they where hoping for. During the first race they ended with being lapped twice, and the second car even three times.
Pirelli just announced the tire choices made by the team for the Bahrain Grand Prix. This Grand Prix will also be the first race this season that will use the C1 compound, the hardest Pirelli 2019 tire. Most teams Most of the teams decided to go for one set of the hard tire, three of the medium tire, and nine of the soft tires. This option is the preferred choice for Mercedes, Ferrari, Sauber, Racing Point, Kevin Magnussen, and Max Verstappen. Other choices Romain Grosjean picked a different option. He will have two hards and two mediums. The Williams, Mclarens […]
During the Australian Grand Prix this weekend it became clear that Charles Leclerc was faster than Vettel. But Leclerc didn’t overtake Vettel while he was able to do so. It looked like a team order has been given there. Team order confirmed Ferrari confirmed that they have given the order to Charles Leclerc to stay behind Vettel. While making his debut for Ferrari Charles was closing the gap with Vettel really fast. When he asked on the radio if he could overtake Vettel he was told: to back off and give Vettel some margin. Ferrari team boss Binotto confirmed that […]