2014 Bahrain GP press conference line-ups

Jenson Button, Paddy Lowe and Adrian Newey to face the media

By William Esler.   Last Updated: 02/04/14 3:53pm

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Ahead of his 250th race this weekend, Jenson Button will headline Thursday's Drivers' Press Conference in Bahrain.

Alongside the McLaren driver will be Romain Grosjean who took his maiden podium finish at the Sakhir venue in 2012 - a feat that he repeated last year - although a third successive Bahrain roster looks unlikely given Lotus' struggles thus far.

Fellow Frenchmen Jules Bianchi (Marussia) and Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso) will also be present, with Caterham's Marcus Ericsson and Force India's Nico Hulkenberg completing the line-up.

On Friday, Mercedes Executive Director (Technical) Paddy Lowe will face the media following the team's 1-2 finish Malaysia, whilst from their nearest challenger Red Bull will be Adrian Newey. Bob Fernley (Force India) and Pat Symonds will also be present and Remi Taffin will also be on hand to answer questions on the Renault power unit.

Bahrain Press Conference line-ups

Thursday - Live at 1pm on Sky Sports F1: Jules Bianchi (Marussia), Jenson Button (McLaren), Marcus Ericsson (Caterham), Romain Grosjean (Lotus), Nico Hulkenberg (Force India), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso).

Friday - 7pm on Sky Sports F1: Robert Fernley (Force India), Paddy Lowe (Mercedes), Adrian Newey (Red Bull Racing), Pat Symonds (Williams), Remi Taffin (Renault F1).

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