Bahrain GP (2019)
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Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc has explained why he defied his team's instruction to stay behind Sebastian Vettel in the early stages of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
We cast our eye over the technical developments made by the teams up and down the pitlane in Bahrain, while also marveling at some of the innovations that are otherwise unseen during a race weekend. The amazing illustrations of Giorgio Piola also takes our understanding to a new level, click through the images below…
Through his composed and graceful reaction to his Bahrain Grand Prix heartbreak, Charles Leclerc took another step towards making Ferrari his team and himself its main championship hope.
Sebastian Vettel's spin in Formula 1's Bahrain Grand Prix was a reminder of the mistakes that cost Ferrari in the 2018 title race.
Motorsport Network’s Julia Piquet gives her top five takeaways from Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, round 2 of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship.
In the aftermatch of Charles Leclerc's heartbreaking loss of a first Formula 1 victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix, there was confusion over the nature of his Ferrari's problem.
Mercedes made several changes in order to get the best from its W10 in Bahrain, which ended with a 1-2 finish. Let’s delve into the technical details and check out the most important changes that it made...
Although Charles Leclerc's maiden Formula 1 victory was taken away by a mechanical fault, his pace was outstanding. Had Leclerc won, could Ferrari have justified Vettel as its team leader after his lacklustre display?
Sergio Perez says he hopes that the Formula 1 race in Bahrain was the “bottom” for Racing Point, having struggled amid a difficult weekend for the team.
Alex Albon says driving through a shower of sparks felt like "a fireball" at the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix, in which he scored his first Formula 1 points.
Ferrari may not have won the Bahrain Grand Prix, but its performance impressed our technical expert, who believes the team learned a lot from its Melbourne struggles.
Daniel Ricciardo hopes this week’s post Bahrain test will allow him to iron out some struggles he is having in getting the most out of his new Renault.
Red Bull says it is hoping to find a "magic password" that will unlock the sweet spot of its RB15, which has a tricky narrow set-up window.
Fernando Alonso says he had no intention of returning to Formula 1 when he said “bye-bye” in 2018, but he is certainly not the first driver to be tempted back from ‘retirement’.
Sebastian Vettel has denied his spin during battle with Lewis Hamilton in the Bahrain Grand Prix was related to mounting pressure following the multitude of mistakes he made last season.
Kevin Magnussen said the pace of his Haas in the Bahrain Grand Prix was "hopeless", as he was lost for explanation about where the team's speed had gone.
The Formula 1 season is just two races old but the leading teams are well into the development war. Here Giorgio Piola looks at the updates from Ferrari, Mercedes, McLaren and more
Formula 1 championship leader Valtteri Bottas has revealed a plastic bag getting stuck in his front wing contributed to a “super difficult” Bahrain Grand Prix.
Third place does no justice to Charles Leclerc's Bahrain Grand Prix. This was a weekend in which he repeatedly showed why he will reset the Formula 1 pecking order not just in the long term, but in the 2019 title battle
Max Verstappen said "didn't have a single lap" where his Red Bull Formula 1 car handled well during a Bahrain Grand Prix he felt like he was just "surviving".
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says his outfit leaves Bahrain "disappointed but not unhappy" after a bittersweet Formula 1 weekend.
Good morning. Welcome to our F1 Debrief after the Bahrain Grand Prix – your quick wrap-up of all the important stories that have taken place in the last 24 hours. Click on the links for each story...