18 APRIL 2015

Qualifying Report - Mirror Image

Bahrain GP - Qualifying Report

Qualifying Results

Bahrain GP - Qualifying Results

Vettel escapes Bahrain grid penalty

Sebastian Vettel has escaped a grid penalty ahead of the Bahrain grand prix.

Practice 3 Report - Split Decision

Bahrain GP - Practice 3 Report

Practice 3 Results

Bahrain GP - Practice 3 Results

Mercedes bracing for Ferrari battle in Bahrain

Mercedes is bracing for another Malaysia-style battle with Ferrari this weekend in Bahrain.

Chairman Ghosn approves F1 revival for Renault

Carlos Ghosn, the chairman and CEO of Renault, has reportedly green-lighted a major push for the French carmaker to bounce back in formula one.

Verstappen best I've ever seen says Pujolar

Experienced engineer Xevi Pujolar says 17-year-old sensation Max Verstappen is the best driver he has seen enter formula one.

Hamilton-to-Ferrari rumours fire in Bahrain

As the long wait for his new Mercedes contract rolls on, rumours are filling the Bahrain paddock about Lewis Hamilton's red-coloured future.

Alonso happy with challenge

Fernando Alonso insists the McLaren-Honda project remains "exciting" rather than depressing.

Senna-Berger is like Hamilton-Rosberg according to Berger

Gerhard Berger sees a similarity between his own F1 career and the crossroad now reached by Nico Rosberg.

Red Bull unfair to former drivers says Alguersuari

Jaime Alguersuari has accused Red Bull of being "unfair" to some of its former F1 drivers.

17 APRIL 2015

Friday Photos

Bahrain GP - Friday Photos

Friday Press Conference

Bahrain GP - Friday Press Conference

Friday Team Quotes

Bahrain GP - Friday Team Quotes

Practice 2 Report - Shadows

Bahrain GP - Practice 2 Report

Practice 2 Results

Bahrain GP - Practice 2 Results

Practice 1 Report - Way Down There

Bahrain GP - Practice 1 Report

Practice 1 Results

Bahrain GP - Practice 1 Results

Alonso, Vettel have number 1 status says Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton has denied "ever" asking for number 1 status at a formula one team.

Vettel would prefer day race in Bahrain

It may be a glistening, floodlit spectacle, but Sebastian Vettel would prefer if the sun did not set on this weekend's Bahrain action.

Alonso plays down Twitter insult saga

Fernando Alonso has played down the controversy about an insulting 'tweet'.

Raikkonen says Ferrari to decide on 2016 option

Kimi Raikkonen says it is up to Ferrari whether he stays at the Italian team beyond 2015.

Historic Monza must pay for F1 privilege says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone has repeated his warning that Monza risks falling off the F1 calendar.

Rosberg wishes he kept complaints quieter

Nico Rosberg has acknowledged he may have kicked an own goal by hitting out at his teammate Lewis Hamilton after the Chinese grand prix.

Massa's glass is half full in 2015

For Felipe Massa, 2015 so far is like a glass half-full.

Ericsson happy to put Caterham in the past

More than a year into his F1 career, Marcus Ericsson is happy to finally have an outlet to show his potential.

Manor drivers hope 2015 car can be ready soon

Will Stevens is looking forward to getting at the wheel of an all-new Manor, so that he can race against more than one rival.

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Straight Talk - Less Bickering, More Work

By Luis Vasconcelos

Few things are uglier and more embarrassing for those forced to watch and listen than a couple arguing in public, so Red Bull and Renault have been giving the Formula One fans the kind of spectacle we all want to avoid seeing. In spite of the tremendous success the Red Bull-Renault partnership enjoyed between 2010 and 2013.

Straight Talk - Hold your (prancing) horses!

By Luis Vasconcelos

Don't you just love Formula One? Just when even the insiders criticise the lack of excitement in the races we're treated to a cracking Malaysian Grand Prix that had every real fan on the edge of their seat watching, in disbelief, as Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari beat Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes.

Straight Talk - A worrying passion for self-harm

By Luis Vasconcelos

The first Grand Prix tends to be an exciting event, with new cars, and drivers with new rules, so the combination creates a lot of expectations for the fans. So, when the biggest story of the first race is a court case between a driver whose contract was not respected and a team that is struggling to survive, Formula One should really stop and do a reality check, because there's no bad situation that cannot get worse...

Straight Talk - A clear sign for Formula One

By Luis Vasconcelos

Bernie Ecclestone has promised a decision about this year's German Gran Prix will be made this weekend, avoiding the ridiculous situation of having the championship started without anyone knowing how many rounds it would include.

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