Massa delighted with second on return
Felipe Massa said he was thrilled to mark his return to Formula 1 with a second place finish, even though he lost out to his ultimately victorious Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso at the start.
Alonso celebrates 'very special' day
Fernando Alonso celebrated what he labelled as a very special day after scoring victory on his debut with the Ferrari team in Bahrain.
Hamilton rues stint behind Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton reckoned he might have had a chance to keep up with the leaders in the Bahrain Grand Prix had he not lost out to Nico Rosberg on the opening lap.
Schumacher regrets lack of action
Michael Schumacher said he enjoyed his return to racing at the Bahrain Grand Prix, although the German suggested the strategies this year will not make for great racing.
Vettel: Failure cost us the win
Sebastian Vettel believes he would have won the Bahrain Grand Prix had he not suffered an apparent probem with his car's exhaust with 20 laps to go.
Sauber laments double retirement
Team boss Peter Sauber was left disappointed after his team endured a poor start to the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Button 'too conservative' with tyres
Jenson Button declared himself happy with a seventh-placed finish as he opened his world title defence, but admitted afterwards that he was too conservative in his protection of the tyres.
Horner 'desperately frustrated' for Vettel
Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner described himself as 'desperately frustrated' that a technical failure cost Sebastian Vettel victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Liuzzi says points finish is magic
Force India driver Tonio Liuzzi says scoring points at the Bahrain Grand Prix was 'magic' after finishing in ninth position at Sakhir.
Lotus boss hails dream result in Bahrain
Lotus boss Tony Fernandes was short for words to describe his happiness after the team got both its cars to the finish of the Bahrain Grand Prix on its first outing.
Kubica laments first-lap incident
Robert Kubica says his first-lap incident at the Bahrain Grand Prix robbed him of a strong finish in the points.
Wirth: Virgin pace justifies CFD
Virgin Racing's technical director Nick Wirth says his team's performance at the Bahrain Grand Prix justifies its all-CFD design approach.
Changes urged to improve show
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh believes Formula 1 needs to consider immediate rules tweaks to spice up the spectacle after new rules failed to deliver an exciting race in Bahrain.
Senna relieved to get some running
Bruno Senna was happy to have completed nearly 20 laps of the Bahrain Grand Prix on his HRT team's debut race.
Montezemolo praises Ferrari's work
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo said he was extremely proud of the Italian squad after a perfect start to the season in Bahrain.
Vettel hit by engine, not exhaust issue
Red Bull Racing has revealed that Sebastian Vettel's chances of winning the Bahrain Grand Prix were hit by an engine problem, and not by an issue with the exhaust as the team initially reported.
Are you sure F1.com is not charging any fee for providing updates via sms because if this is true then how could Bernie agreed to provide vital info without any fee. F1.com is FOM's website remember that.
Okay, if they really want to increase the excitement then do the following things:
1) Remove the compulsory 2 tire compounds rule, bring only one tire compound for the race and also bring the second tire as a qualfying tire.
2) Compulsory 2 pitstops should be enforced.
And then we may be have some better races. As all the teams will qualify on different tires and race on different tires with 2 pitstops mandotary chances of lead changes will increase.