Bahrain Grand Prix: All the winners since 2004

The Bahrain Grand Prix was first run in 2004 and has been a happy hunting ground for Ferrari in particular, with Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa and Michael Schumacher scoring race wins for the Scuderia. Here are all the winners from across the years…

2004 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari
2004 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari
1/15

Photo by: Ferrari Media Center

2005 Fernando Alonso, Renault
2005 Fernando Alonso, Renault
2/15

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2006 Fernando Alonso, Renault
2006 Fernando Alonso, Renault
3/15

Photo by: Sutton Images

2007 Felipe Massa, Ferrari
2007 Felipe Massa, Ferrari
4/15

Photo by: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images

2008 Felipe Massa, Ferrari
2008 Felipe Massa, Ferrari
5/15

Photo by: Sutton Images

2009 Jenson Button, Brawn
2009 Jenson Button, Brawn
6/15

Photo by: Sutton Images

2010 Fernando Alonso, Ferrari
2010 Fernando Alonso, Ferrari
7/15

Photo by: Lorenzo Bellanca / Motorsport Images

2012 Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
2012 Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
8/15

Photo by: Sutton Images

2013 Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
2013 Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
9/15

Photo by: Sutton Images

2014 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
2014 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
10/15

Photo by: Sutton Images

2015 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
2015 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
11/15

Photo by: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images

2016 Nico Rosberg, Mercedes
2016 Nico Rosberg, Mercedes
12/15

Photo by: Mercedes AMG

2017 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
2017 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
13/15

Photo by: Motorsport Images

2018 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
2018 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
14/15

Photo by: Steven Tee / Motorsport Images

2019 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
2019 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
15/15

Photo by: Zak Mauger / Motorsport Images

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