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Sun 19 Apr 2015
Brake issues almost cost Mercedes victoryHeadline

Brake issues almost cost Mercedes victory

Mercedes has admitted that brake problems were to blame for Nico Rosberg losing second place in the Bahrain GP to Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen with just two laps to go, and that Lewis Hamilton also suffered issues late on too.

Hamilton wins in Bahrain as Raikkonen charges to secondHeadline

Hamilton wins in Bahrain as Raikkonen charges to second

Lewis Hamilton scored his third victory of the season in Bahrain, but Kimi Raikkonen was the star of the show for Ferrari, grabbing second from Nico Rosberg in the closing stages.

McLaren has to raise level in Spain - AlonsoHeadline

McLaren has to raise level in Spain - Alonso

Fernando Alonso was happy to finish the Bahrain Grand Prix, but says McLaren needs to raise its level when the European season kicks off at Barcelona next month.

Not Vettel's best day in the office - FerrariHeadline

Not Vettel's best day in the office - Ferrari

Ferrari technical director James Allison conceded Sebastian Vettel did not "have his best day in the office" after finishing fifth in the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Renault to work on Headline

Renault to work on "more permanent fixes" for Spain

Renault is hopeful it will be able to focus on improving its performance after it introduces "more permanent fixes" in the coming weeks following a poor couple of races.

Raikkonen happy he achieved “the maximum”Headline

Raikkonen happy he achieved “the maximum”

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was delighted with his first podium finish since Korea 2013 in today’s Bahrain Grand Prix, and thinks his Ferrari team called the perfect strategy for him to do so.

Massa blames Maldonado for halting his chargeHeadline

Massa blames Maldonado for halting his charge

Felipe Massa has blamed Pastor Maldonado for hitting and damaging Williams, which he felt stunted his charge through the pack in the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Manufacturers insist V6 must remain basis for future F1 engine rulesHeadline

Manufacturers insist V6 must remain basis for future F1 engine rules

F1 engine manufacturers have agreed that any move towards 1000bhp engines for 2017 must involve the current V6 engine configuration as a starting point, according to Toto Wolff.

Wolff: Race will prove if Mercedes set-up change has workedHeadline

Wolff: Race will prove if Mercedes set-up change has worked

The Bahrain Grand Prix will be something of a step into the unknown for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, as Mercedes has yet to fully prove set-up changes made after Friday.

Sat 18 Apr 2015
Hamilton fears Vettel's threat in BahrainHeadline

Hamilton fears Vettel's threat in Bahrain

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that his hopes to win Sunday's Bahrain GP rest on him finding more race pace than in practice, or Sebastian Vettel could repeat his Malaysia victory.