Bahrain Grand Prix Race results: Kimi Raikkonen splits Mercedes drivers

Despite his great race Nico Rosberg lost his P2 to Kimi Raikkonen on penultimate lap due to a brake failure.

Bahrain Grand Prix Race results: Kimi Raikkonen splits Mercedes drivers
 DriverTeamTimePts
01   L. Hamilton   Mercedes 1:35:05.809 25
02   K. Raikkonen   Ferrari +3.380 18
03   N. Rosberg   Mercedes +6.033 15
04   V. Bottas   Williams +42.957 12
05   S. Vettel   Ferrari +43.989 10
06   D. Ricciardo   Red Bull +61.751 8
07   R. Grosjean   Lotus +84.763 6
08   S. Perez   Force India +1 lap 4
09   D. Kvyat   Red Bull +1 lap 2
10   F. Massa   Williams +1 lap 1
11   F. Alonso   McLaren +1 lap  
12   F. Nasr   Sauber +1 lap  
13   N. Hulkenberg   Force India +1 lap  
14   M. Ericsson   Sauber +1 lap  
15   P. Maldonado   Lotus +1 lap  
16   W. Stevens   Manor +2 laps  
17   R. Merhi   Manor +3 laps  
18   M. Verstappen   Toro Rosso DNF  
19   C. Sainz   Toro Rosso DNF  
20   J. Button   McLaren DNS  



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