Bahrain Grand Prix FP1 results: Raikkonen tops timesheets

Ferrari ends the session 1-2 with Williams' Bottas in third.

Bahrain Grand Prix FP1 results: Raikkonen tops timesheets
 DriverTeamTimeGapLaps
01   K. Räikkönen   Ferrari 1:37.827   13
02   S. Vettel   Ferrari 1:38.029 +0.202 12
03   V. Bottas   Williams 1:38.390 +0.563 23
04   C. Sainz   Toro Rosso 1:38.447 +0.620 14
05   D. Ricciardo   Red Bull 1:38.455 +0.628 17
06   M. Verstappen   Toro Rosso 1:38.504 +0.677 22
07   F. Alonso   McLaren 1:38.598 +0.771 18
08   F. Nasr   Sauber 1:38.628 +0.801 17
09   D. Kvyat   Red Bull 1:38.661 +0.834 17
10   F. Massa   Williams 1:38.790 +0.963 21
11   S. Pérez   Force India 1:38.793 +0.966 15
12   P. Maldonado   Lotus 1:38.842 +1.015 23
13   N. Hülkenberg   Force India 1:39.187 +1.360 20
14   J. Palmer   Lotus 1:39.283 +1.456 31
15   N. Rosberg   Mercedes 1:39.293 +1.466 23
16   L. Hamilton   Mercedes 1:39.532 +1.705 22
17   M. Ericsson   Sauber 1:39.534 +1.707 21
18   W. Stevens   Manor 1:42.973 +5.146 12
19   R. Merhi   Manor 1:44.265 +6.438 15
20   J. Button   McLaren 0:00.000   2
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