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    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Season Finale AbuDhabi GP:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   14:00 To 15:30
    Practice Session 2   18:00 To 19:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   15:00 To 16:00
    Qualifying Session   18:00 To 19:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 18:00 To 20:00
    Here is the Final Championship Standings after Abu Dhabi GP:
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    World Championship Standings
    Drivers Standings
    Pos  Driver             Points
     1   Lewis Hamilton       384
     2   Nico Rosberg         317
     3   Daniel Ricciardo     238
     4   Valtteri Bottas      186
     5   Sebastian Vettel     167
     6   Fernando Alonso      161
     7   Felipe Massa         134
     8   Jenson Button        126
     9   Nico Hulkenberg       96
    10   Sergio Perez          59
    11   Kevin Magnussen       55
    12   Kimi Raikkonen        55
    13   Jean-Eric Vergne      22
    14   Romain Grosjean        8
    15   Daniil Kvyat           8
    16   Pastor Maldonado       2
    17   Jules Bianchi          2
    18   Adrian Sutil           0
    19   Marcus Ericsson        0
    20   Esteban Gutierrez      0
    21   Max Chilton            0
    22   Kamui Kobayashi        0
    23   Will Stevens           0
    
    
    Constructors Standings
    Pos  Constructor         Points
    1   Mercedes              701
    2   Red Bull/Renault      405
    3   Williams/Mercedes     320
    4   Ferrari               216
    5   McLaren/Mercedes      181
    6   Force India/Mercedes  155
    7   Toro Rosso/Renault     30
    8   Lotus/Renault          10
    9   Marussia/Ferrari        2
    10   Sauber/Ferrari          0
    11   Caterham/Renault        0
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    Dominant Hamilton leads Mercedes one-two
    Lewis Hamilton drove an inch-perfect race at the Malaysian Grand Prix to take his first victory of the 2014 season and lead home a Mercedes one-two at Sepang.

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    Race Results
    Pos Driver                Team                        Time/Gap
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                1h40m25.974s
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                    +17.313s
     3. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault            +24.534s
     4. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                     +35.992s
     5. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes        +47.199s
     6. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes          +1m23.691s
     7. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes         +1m25.076s
     8. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes         +1m25.537s
     9. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes              +1 lap
    10. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault            +1 lap
    11. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault                 +1 lap
    12. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                       +1 lap
    13. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault              +1 lap
    14. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault             +2 laps
    15. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari             +2 laps
    
    
    Retirements:
        Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault             49 laps
        Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari               35 laps
        Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari               32 laps
        Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault           18 laps
        Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari              8 laps
        Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault                 7 laps
        Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes          0 laps
    Here is the Championship Standings after the Malaysian GP:
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    World Championships Standings
    Drivers' championship:
     1. Nico Rosberg       43
     2. Lewis Hamilton     25
     3. Fernando Alonso    24
     4. Jenson Button      23
     5. Kevin Magnussen    20
     6. Nico Hulkenberg    18
     7. Sebastian Vettel   15
     8. Valtteri Bottas    14
     9. Kimi Raikkonen      6
    10. Felipe Massa        6
    11. Jean-Eric Vergne    4
    12. Daniil Kvyat        3
    13. Sergio Perez        1
    
    Constructors' championship:
     1. Mercedes                 68
     2. McLaren-Mercedes         43
     3. Ferrari                  30
     4. Williams-Mercedes        20
     5. Force India-Mercedes     19
     6. Red Bull-Renault         15
     7. Toro Rosso-Renault        7
     8. Sauber-Ferrari            0
     9. Lotus-Renault             0
    10. Caterham-Renault          0
    11. Marussia-Ferrari          0
    Massa insists he was right to disobey team orders
    Felipe Massa stands by his decision to disregard team orders at the Malaysian Grand Prix ahead of a meeting between the drivers and Williams engineers to discuss the fallout.

    Magnussen 'destroyed' our race - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen was left ruing his early collision with Kevin Magnussen after admitting the collision ruined any hope he had of a meaningful challenge in Malaysia.

    Ricciardo handed 10-place grid penalty
    Daniel Ricciardo's miserable afternoon at Sepang has been compounded by news he will receive a ten-place penalty in Bahrain after an unsafe release during a botched pit stop at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

    Alonso baffled by Ferrari's lack of pace
    Fernando Alonso admitted he was frustrated not to be able to challenge Red Bull in Malaysia after entering the race in high hopes Ferrari had made ground on its rivals.

    'I thought he was going to put me in the wall' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg said his "heart skipped a beat" as Sebastian Vettel squeezed him towards the pit wall at the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix.

    Mercedes was perfect - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton admitted Mercedes delivered him the perfect race as he waltzed to his first ever victory in Malaysia.

    Magnussen and Bianchi get penalty points
    Kevin Magnussen and Jules Bianchi received two penalty points each on their F1 superlicences at the Malaysian Grand Prix after causing collisions in the race.

    Vettel: We are catching Mercedes
    Sebastian Vettel admits his podium at the Malaysian Grand Prix was beyond expectations but insists it demonstrates the fact Red Bull is hot on the heels of Mercedes.
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    Red Bull not that far ahead - Ferrari
    Ferrari believes it is capable of fighting with Red Bull at upcoming races, even though Fernando Alonso finished nine seconds shy of Sebastian Vettel in Malaysia.

    Red Bull just as quick in corners - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton is convinced Red Bull is as quick as Mercedes in corners but is just lacking power on the straights.

    Gap to Mercedes will be bigger in Bahrain - Red Bull
    Red Bull suspects Mercedes has yet to show its true pace and is concerned its advantage is going to be accentuated at next weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
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    Wolff expects Mercedes driver rivalry to boil over at some point
    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says it is inevitable that the rivalry between his two drivers will boil over at some point this season.

    No 'magical change' for Bahrain - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso is bracing himself for a tough race in Bahrain this weekend and admits there will be no quick fix for Ferrari's lack of pace this season.

    Williams targeting a podium in Bahrain
    Williams believes it can score a podium at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix despite two disappointing results at the first two races.

    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Bahrain GP which is the first ever Night Race on this Track:
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    Bahrain GP
    Friday
    Practice Session 1   16:00 To 17:30
    Practice Session 2   20:00 To 21:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   17:00 To 18:00
    Qualifying Session   20:00 To 21:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 20:00 To 22:00
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    F14 T problems 'everywhere' - Domenicali
    Stefano Domenicali admits he is under no illusions Ferrari still has a huge job on its hands to give Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen a race-winning car in 2014.

    Button to join 250 club in Bahrain
    Jenson Button will join an elite group at the Bahrain Grand Prix as he becomes the fifth person to reach the milestone of 250 grand prix starts.

    Grosjean expects updates for Bahrain
    Romain Grosjean is confident Lotus will arrive in Bahrain with updates to the E22 as it looks to build on its first race finish of the season.
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    Williams apologised to drivers
    Williams has apologised to its drivers for the misunderstanding regarding team orders at the Malaysian Grand Prix and insists there are no hard feelings in the team.

    Rosberg braced for Hamilton rift
    Nico Rosberg insists he is fully aware his relationship with Lewis Hamilton could turn sour in 2014, but that has not diminished his determination to be the in-form driver in the Mercedes garage this year.

    Ferrari has to be 'more clever' - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso says Ferrari needs to outsmart its rivals to catch up this season, but is confident he will still be in the title race come the end of the season.

    Driver weight issue becoming dangerous - Sutil
    Adrian Sutil says the lengths heavier drivers are going to to hit the minimum weight in the regulations is becoming dangerous.

    Ricciardo has surprised me - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel admits Daniel Ricciardo has adapted to life at Red Bull far quicker than he imagined and expects him to keep up his early level of performance throughout 2014.

    Hulkenberg wary of Williams and McLaren
    Nico Hulkenberg is refusing to write off Williams and McLaren in Bahrain despite being on pace with the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso in Malaysia.

    Racing is boring in 2014 - Perez
    Sergio Perez believes the lack of downforce in the new generation of F1 cars is having a detrimental effect on racing for both drivers and fans.

    Bahrain will be a better marker - Button
    Jenson Button is convinced the new schedule of the race in Bahrain plays right into the hands of McLaren.

    Ecclestone backs Haas F1 entry
    Bernie Ecclestone has backed the proposed entry of a team run by NASCAR tycoon Gene Haas into Formula One next year to be successful, according to a report in the Independent.
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    Hamilton edges out Rosberg in FP1
    Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg led the way in the opening practice session of the Bahrain Grand Prix, seeing off a threat from Fernando Alonso for the top spot in the final ten minutes.

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    Practice Session 1
    Pos Driver                Team                    Time        Gap     Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                1m37.502s            14
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                1m37.733s  +0.231s   13
     3. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                 1m37.953s  +0.451s   17
     4. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes    1m38.122s  +0.620s   10
     5. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes        1m38.636s  +1.134s   16
     6. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                 1m38.783s  +1.281s   12
     7. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes        1m38.949s  +1.447s   15
     8. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault      1m39.056s  +1.554s   24
     9. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes    1m39.102s  +1.600s   21
    10. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault        1m39.389s  +1.887s   16
    11. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes       1m39.533s  +2.031s   11
    12. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault      1m39.862s  +2.360s   26
    13. Felipe Nasr           Williams-Mercedes       1m40.078s  +2.576s   14
    14. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault        1m40.406s  +2.904s   19
    15. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari          1m40.652s  +3.150s   20
    16. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault           1m40.793s  +3.291s   31
    17. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari        1m40.$89s  +3.387s   20
    18. Giedo van der Garde   Sauber-Ferrari          1m40.913s  +3.411s   20
    19. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault           1m41.036s  +3.534s   24
    20. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari        1m41.794s  +4.292s   20
    21. Robin Frijns          Caterham-Renault        1m42.417s  +4.915s   35
    22. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault        1m42.711s  +5.209s   21
    Hamilton tops Rosberg again
    Lewis Hamilton topped his second practice session in a row at the Bahrain Grand Prix as Mercedes extended its advantage over the rest of the field at the top of the timesheets.

    Code:
    Bahrain GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos Driver                Team                      Time       Gap    Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                  1m34.325s          28
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                  1m34.690s  +0.365  31
     3. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                   1m35.360s  +1.035  28
     4. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault          1m35.433s  +1.108  28
     5. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes         1m35.442s  +1.117  13
     6. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes          1m35.528s  +1.203  21
     7. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault          1m35.606s  +1.281  29
     8. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault        1m35.640s  +1.315  31
     9. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes          1m35.662s  +1.337  22
    10. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes      1m35.802s  +1.477  40
    11. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes         1m35.920s  +1.595   9
    12. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault        1m35.972s  +1.647  32
    13. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes      1m35.998s  +1.673  18
    14. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                   1m36.366s  +2.041  32
    15. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari            1m36.962s  +2.637  13
    16. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari            1m36.975s  +2.650  35
    17. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault             1m37.259s  +2.934  24
    18. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault             1m37.599s  +3.274  23
    19. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari          1m37.800s  +3.475  15
    20. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari          1m38.247s  +3.922  10
    21. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault          1m38.257s  +3.932  33
    22. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault          1m39.136s  +4.811  30
    Raikkonen still not happy with car
    Kimi Raikkonen is still not comfortable with his Ferrari after Friday's practice sessions at the Bahrain Grand Prix after suffering with a couple of issues on his car in FP1.

    McLaren and Williams look strong - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel admits he is more concerned about the rest of the Mercedes-powered teams in Bahrain after being impressed with McLaren and Williams in Friday's practice sessions.

    Schumacher shows 'moments of consciousness and awakening'
    Michael Schumacher is showing "moments of consciousness and awakening" after over three months in a medically-induced coma, according to a statement released by his agent.

    Alonso warns Ferrari against overreacting
    Fernando Alonso has urged Ferrari not to overreact to the gap to Mercedes after Friday practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

    McLaren further back than anticipated - Button
    Jenson Button admits he is braced for another fight lower down the order after seeing several other teams made good headway in Friday practice.

    Fourth to tenth very tight - Magnussen
    Kevin Magnussen admits it is impossible to predict how McLaren will fare in qualifying in Bahrain after seeing the gap between a lot of teams come down in FP2.

    Ricciardo encouraged by FP2 improvement
    Daniel Ricciardo is encouraged by the step forward Red Bull took in the evening practice session but admits there is still plenty of work to do to ensure the team stays in its position behind Mercedes.

    Mercedes 'feels really good' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton says his Mercedes is "feeling really good" after he topped both Friday practice sessions for the Bahrain Grand Prix.

    Tyres still a concern - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg admits tyres will be a concern for the second weekend in a row in Bahrain, only this time as they get too cold in the latter stages of the race due to the cooler temperatures.

    Williams starting to show true pace - Massa
    Felipe Massa is confident Williams will see a return to form this weekend in Bahrain after a disappointing showing in Malaysia last weekend.

    Pirelli raises concerns over 2015 tyre blanket ban
    Pirelli does not think it has a realistic time frame to develop tyres that will operate safely without blankets for next year.

    Being Alonso's team-mate as expected - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen says life as Fernando Alonso's team-mate is more or less what he expected this year.

    McLaren to run Esso sponsorship in Bahrain
    McLaren has confirmed it will run with the Esso sponsorship for the race in Bahrain for the final time this season.
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    Hamilton fastest as Vettel spins in FP3
    Lewis Hamilton took a clean sweep of the practice sessions in Bahrain as Mercedes maintained its dominance in the final hour of track running ahead of qualifying.

    Code:
    Bahrain GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos  Driver             Team/Car              Time       Gap     Laps
     1.  Lewis Hamilton     Mercedes              1m35.324s           12
     2.  Nico Rosberg       Mercedes              1m35.439s  +0.115s  12
     3.  Sergio Perez       Force India-Mercedes  1m35.868s  +0.544s  10
     4.  Valtteri Bottas    Williams-Mercedes     1m36.116s  +0.792s  10
     5.  Felipe Massa       Williams-Mercedes     1m36.364s  +1.040s   8
     6.  Jenson Button      McLaren-Mercedes      1m36.394s  +1.070s   8
     7.  Fernando Alonso    Ferrari               1m36.454s  +1.130s  12
     8.  Nico Hulkenberg    Force India-Mercedes  1m36.455s  +1.131s  11
     9.  Daniil Kvyat       Toro Rosso-Renault    1m36.680s  +1.356s  16
    10.  Kimi Raikkonen     Ferrari               1m36.772s  +1.448s  13
    11.  Kevin Magnussen    McLaren-Mercedes      1m36.822s  +1.498s   8
    12.  Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso-Renault    1m37.030s  +1.706s  11
    13.  Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull-Renault      1m37.119s  +1.795s  11
    14.  Esteban Gutierrez  Sauber-Ferrari        1m37.325s  +2.001s  18
    15.  Adrian Sutil       Sauber-Ferrari        1m38.089s  +2.765s  24
    16.  Kamui Kobayashi    Caterham-Renault      1m38.400s  +3.076s  17
    17.  Jules Bianchi      Marussia-Ferrari      1m38.736s  +3.412s  15
    18.  Pastor Maldonado   Lotus-Renault         1m38.880s  +3.556s  21
    19.  Marcus Ericsson    Caterham-Renault      1m38.971s  +3.647s  18
    20.  Romain Grosjean    Lotus-Renault         1m39.208s  +3.884s  17
    21.  Sebastian Vettel   Red Bull-Renault      1m39.225s  +3.901s   8
    22.  Max Chilton        Marussia-Ferrari      1m39.597s  +4.273s  14
    Rosberg beats Hamilton to pole in Bahrain
    Nico Rosberg beat Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the first time this season after Hamilton made a mistake on his final flying lap by running wide at Turn 1.

    Code:
    Bahrain GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos Driver                Team                 Time        Gap   
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes             1m33.185s
     2. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes             1m33.464s  +0.279s
     3. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault     1m34.051s  +0.866s
     4. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes    1m34.247s  +1.062s
     5. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes 1m34.346s  +1.161s
     6. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari              1m34.368s  +1.183s
     7. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes     1m34.387s  +1.202s
     8. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes    1m34.511s  +1.326s
     9. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes     1m34.712s  +1.527s
    10. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari              1m34.992s  +1.807s
    Q2 cut-off time: 1m34.925s                                 Gap **
    11. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault     1m34.985s  +1.277s
    12. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes 1m35.116s  +1.408s
    13. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault   1m35.145s  +1.437s
    14. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault   1m35.286s  +1.578s
    15. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari       1m35.891s  +2.183s
    16. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault        1m35.908s  +2.200s
    Q1 cut-off time: 1m36.654s                                  Gap *
    17. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault        1m36.663s  +1.789s
    18. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari       1m36.840s  +1.966s
    19. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault     1m37.085s  +2.211s
    20. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari     1m37.310s  +2.436s
    21. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault     1m37.875s  +3.001s
    22. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari     1m37.913s  +3.039s
    * Gap to quickest in Q1 ** Gap to quickest in Q2
    New F1 not as green as it seems - Newey
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    Car feeling better than ever - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen is more confident about scoring a good result than he has been all season after qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix on Saturday night.

    Vettel: Downshift issue cost us Q3
    Sebastian Vettel admitted his elimination from Q2 in Sakhir was down to an ongoing issue with his downshifts but is convinced the issue to be resolved for Sunday's race.

    Engine issue hampers Alonso
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    Sutil handed five-place penalty for Grosjean incident
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    Podium is there for the taking - Perez
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    Practice pace spurred me on - Rosberg
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    Podium unlikely with penalty - Ricciardo
    Daniel Ricciardo admits his impending grid penalty means he is pessimistic about his chances of making the podium in Bahrain.

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    Damn those Mercedes boys. Top racing. All credit to them.

    Funny thing, it used to be all about Vet and Nando in previous couple of years.
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    Race belonged to HAM and ROS without any doubt great racing by them. Other than them RIC, MAS, BOT, HUL were good. Ferrari is behaving more like a mid-field car rather than a title contender.
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    Ferraris are dusted
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    This was the best race in a long time.... Amazing battle going on. Mercedes, williams and force india should have taken the top 6 slots had it not been for the safety car coming to redbulls rescue. they were nowhere near the pace of the top 6. Redbull saved again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoizIrfan View Post
    Ferraris are dusted
    Ferraris being Mauled throughout the race by williams and force india again and again.
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    Hamilton edges Rosberg in Bahrain thriller
    Lewis Hamilton won the Bahrain Grand Prix after an enthralling race-long duel with team-mate Nico Rosberg, providing tactical and wheel-to-wheel thrills that will go some way to silencing Formula One's critics.

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    Bahrain GP
    Race Results
    Pos Driver                Team                      Time/Gap
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                  1h38m42.743s
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                  +1.085s
     3. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes      +24.067s
     4. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault          +24.489s
     5. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes      +28.654s
     6. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault          +29.879s
     7. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes         +31.200s
     8. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes         +31.800s
     9. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                   +32.500s
    10. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                   +33.400s
    11. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault        +41.300s
    12. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault             +43.100s
    13. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari          +59.900s
    14. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault             +1m02.800s
    15. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault          +1m27.900s
    16. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari          +1 lap
    17. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes          +2 laps
    
    Retirements
        Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes        40 laps
        Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari          39 laps
        Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault        33 laps
        Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault      18 laps
        Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari          17 laps
    Here is the Championships Standings after Bahrain GP:
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    World Championships Standings
    Drivers' standings:
     1. Nico Rosberg       61
     2. Lewis Hamilton     50
     3. Nico Hulkenberg    28
     4. Fernando Alonso    26
     5. Jenson Button      23
     6. Sebastian Vettel   23
     7. Kevin Magnussen    20
     8. Valtteri Bottas    18
     9. Sergio Perez       16
    10. Daniel Ricciardo   12
    11. Felipe Massa       12
    12. Kimi Raikkonen      7
    13. Jean-Eric Vergne    4
    14. Daniil Kvyat        3
                         
    Constructors' standings
     1. Mercedes               111
     2. Force India-Mercedes    44
     3. McLaren-Mercedes        43
     4. Red Bull-Renault        35
     5. Ferrari                 33
     6. Williams-Mercedes       30
    Great spectacle little consolation - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg admitted the exciting conclusion to the Bahrain Grand Prix was little consolation after losing his personal battle for victory with team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

    Ferrari felt like it was in a lower class - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen says this Ferrari felt like it was in a different class compared to the Mercedes-powered teams after a disappointing race in Bahrain.

    Maldonado handed double punishment for Gutierrez shunt
    Pastor Maldonado has been handed a double punishment for his collision with Esteban Gutierrez on lap 41 in Bahrain.

    No excuse for lack of pace - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso said his ninth place finish at the Bahrain Grand Prix was as much as Ferrari could have hoped for after struggling at the Sakhir circuit all weekend.

    Hamilton stunned by 'hardest' victory
    Lewis Hamilton was at a loss to explain how just how he kept Nico Rosberg at bay in the closing 10 laps of an utterly exhilarating duel between the two Mercedes drivers in Sakhir.

    'Emotional' podium after 2013 struggles - Perez
    Sergio Perez admits his podium at the Bahrain Grand Prix was an emotional one after his testing year at McLaren last season left him on the verge of quitting F1.

    'We were not good enough' - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel said Red Bull simply was not good enough at the Bahrain Grand Prix after he finished sixth in Sunday's race.

    One corner short of podium - Ricciardo
    Daniel Ricciardo admits the finish line came just too early as his chase of third-place Sergio Perez fell agonisingly short in the closing stages of the Bahrain Grand Prix.

    New F1 not acceptable for fans - Ecclestone
    Bernie Ecclestone believes fans will switch off from Formula One if the sport does not make a few changes going forward.

    Door open for two new F1 teams in 2015
    Bernie Ecclestone and the FIA are happy to welcome two new teams to the Formula One grid next year if the outfits can put the money together.

    F1 needs to change to prevent decline - Montezemolo
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    Further rule changes would be 'absurd' - Mercedes
    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says it is "absurd" to suggest that Formula One's new regulations should be tweaked after just two races.

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    Amazing you think RedBulls were saved by SafetyCar while forget that the whole field close down because of the safety car and thats why we have such close racing in the end. Otherwise Hamilton have 13 secs lead over Rosberg before the safety car and they both have to pit once more so the chances were Hamilton could still manage that lead without a problem if there was no safety car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genius83;4317579

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    Amazing you think RedBulls were saved by SafetyCar while forget that the whole field close down because of the safety car and thats why we have such close racing in the end. Otherwise Hamilton have 13 secs lead over Rosberg before the safety car and they both have to pit once more so the chances were Hamilton could still manage that lead without a problem if there was no safety car.
    9 second was the lead. and would have come down due to the time difference b/w the option and medium tires. We would have seen williams in a better position attacking the FI'ians rather then getting stuck behind the redbulls. We would have seen vettle trying to overtake the ferrari's which he just desperately coudnt throughout the race. We would have seen the merc's finishing nearly a minute in front of the field. The battles were still gonna be there, S.car or no S.car.
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    Gutierrez left me 'nowhere to go' - Maldonado
    Pastor Maldonado has insisted that he believes Esteban Gutierrez missed his braking point after the two collided during the Bahrain Grand Prix.

    Hamilton thought he needed a 'miracle' in Sakhir
    Lewis Hamilton revealed he was convinced his chances of victory had vanished at the Bahrain Grand Prix after a safety car period undid all his hard work between pit stops.

    McLaren second to Mercedes - Button
    Jenson Button believes McLaren's double retirement in Bahrain disguises the fact that the team is currently the fastest behind Mercedes.

    We do not want another five-year wait - Mallya
    Vijay Mallya insists he is determined to build on Force India's first podium since 2009 by making a habit of success this season.

    No cost cap for 2015 - Todt
    Jean Todt has revealed the FIA has dropped its plans for a cost cap in 2015 after opposition from F1's leading teams.

    Double points 'probably unfair' - Ecclestone
    Bernie Ecclestone has admitted his plan to award double points in Abu Dhabi is probably unfair on the championship leader.

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    No, if there was no SC there will be no fight for first or any other position because they all have gone in the fuel saving modes 5 laps from the finish. Plus Hamilton whether have 9 or 13 secs lead he would pits first and Rosberg would not be able to get ahead of him to pull an undercut which means that the result would remain the same. As for your tyre compound difference theory the difference between the 2 compounds was not that big because of night and the lower track temperature then it would be in the afternoon under the Sun.
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    Ferrari's rule tweaks 'completely unrealistic' - Mercedes
    Mercedes executive director (technical) Paddy Lowe says Ferrari's suggestions to tweak Formula One's regulations were ill-conceived.

    Mercedes has duty to F1 to allow its drivers to race
    Mercedes says it has a duty to allow its drivers to race freely in order to keep Formula One exciting.

    Montezemolo held meeting to reassure Alonso
    Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo held a meeting with his driver Fernando Alonso ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix to discuss the team's struggles this season.

    FIA addressing noise issue
    FIA president Jean Todt says plans are already underway with engine manufacturers to make the current crop of Formula One cars louder.

    Rosberg goes fastest on first day of Bahrain test
    Nico Rosberg set the pace on the first day of in-season testing in Bahrain as Mercedes continues to go from strength to strength this season.

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    Day 1
    Pos  Driver             Team                  Time       Gap     Laps
     1.  Nico Rosberg       Mercedes              1m35.697s           121
     2.  Nico Hulkenberg    Force India-Mercedes  1m36.064s  +0.367s   69
     3.  Fernando Alonso    Ferrari               1m36.626s  +0.929s   69
     4.  Kevin Magnussen    McLaren-Mercedes      1m36.634s  +0.937s  102
     5.  Valtteri Bottas    Williams-Mercedes     1m37.305s  +1.608s   28
     6.  Max Chilton        Marrusia-Ferrari      1m37.678s  +1.981s   60
     7.  Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull-Renault      1m38.326s  +2.629s   91
     8.  Sergey Sirotkin    Sauber-Ferrari        1m39.023s  +3.326s   76
     9.  Robin Frijns       Caterham-Renault      1m40.027s  +4.330s   63
    10.  Pastor Maldonado   Lotus-Renault         1m40.183s  +4.486s   16
    11.  Daniil Kvyat       Toro Rosso-Renault    1m40.452s  +4.755s   67
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    Hamilton quickest on final day
    Lewis Hamilton rounded off a memorable week in Bahrain after topping the timesheets of the second test, 1.421s quicker than Jean-Eric Vergne.

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    Day 2
    Pos  Driver               Team/Car              Time       Gap     Laps
     1.  Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes              1m34.136s           118
     2.  Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso-Renault    1m35.557s  +1.421s   63
     3.  Kevin Magnussen      McLaren-Mercedes      1m36.203s  +2.067s   26
     4.  Sergio Perez         Force India-Mercedes  1m36.586s  +2.450s   62
     5.  Daniel Ricciardo     Red Bull-Renault      1m37.310s  +3.174s   65
     6.  Jules Bianchi        Marussia-Ferrari      1m37.316s  +3.180s   93
     7.  Giedo van der Garde  Sauber-Ferrari        1m37.623s  +3.487s   77
     8.  Fernando Alonso      Ferrari               1m37.912s  +3.776s   12
     9.  Marcus Ericsson      Caterham-Renault      1m39.263s  +5.127s   66
    10.  Felipe Nasr          Williams-Mercedes     1m39.879s  +5.743s   64
    11.  Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault         1m43.732s  +9.596s   16
    Chassis damage ends Ferrari's test early
    Ferrari has ended its second of day testing in Bahrain early due to a problem with Fernando Alonso's chassis.

    Mercedes not uncatchable - Boullier
    Eric Boullier insists he has not been deterred by the pursuit of Mercedes despite seeing it utterly dominate at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

    Massa has 'freedom of headspace' at Williams - Smedley
    Felipe Massa now has the "freedom of headspace" at Williams to achieve his full potential, according to head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley.

    No cost cap 'unacceptable' - Force India
    Force India's deputy team principal Bob Fernley has branded the FIA's decision to bow to the pressure of the top teams over the cost cap 'unacceptable'.

    McLaren and Red Bull in dispute over Fallows
    McLaren is pursuing legal action following Red Bull's announcement it has appointed Dan Fallows as head of aerodynamics.

    Sirotkin struggles with wrong-sized shoes
    The wrong-sized shoes made for an uncomfortable debut for Sergey Sirotkin at this week's Bahrain test, but he still completed the necessary mileage in the Sauber to qualify for an FIA super license.
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    Anybody having apk file of f1timingapp 2014 ? previous it was available on blackmart but not 2014...
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    Appeal case stronger since Melbourne - Horner
    Red Bull believes its appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification at the Australian Grand Prix has strengthened over the last two race weekends.

    FIA could consider double points rethink - Todt
    FIA president Jean Todt has hinted at a possible rethink of the double-points championship finale at the end of the year, but confirmed teams did not unanimously oppose its implementation during the F1 Strategy Group meeting.

    'Progress' with 2015 tyre - Pirelli
    Pirelli has confirmed it made 'useful progress' in the Bahrain tests this week after accumulating over 100 laps of testing with experimental tyres for next season.
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