Bahrain GP: Provisional starting grid

It's one Mercedes and one Ferrari on each of first two rows for tomorrow's start of the race.

Bahrain GP: Provisional starting grid
    
01   Lewis Hamilton
  Mercedes
   
    02   Sebastian Vettel
  Ferrari
03   Nico Rosberg
  Mercedes
   
    04   Kimi Raikkonen
  Ferrari
05   Valtteri Bottas
  Williams
   
    06   Felipe Massa
  Williams
07   Daniel Ricciardo
  Red Bull
   
    08   Nico Hulkenberg
  Force India
09   Carlos Sainz Jr.
  Toro Rosso
   
    10   Romain Grosjean
   Lotus
11   Sergio Perez
  Force India
   
    12   Felipe Nasr
  Sauber
13   Marcus Ericsson
  Sauber
   
    14   Fernando Alonso
  McLaren
15   Max Verstappen
  Toro Rosso
   
    16   Pastor Maldonado
  Lotus
17   Daniil Kvyat
  Red Bull
   
    18   Will Stevens
  Manor
19   Roberto Merhi
  Manor
   
    20   Jenson Button
  McLaren
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