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Should F1 change start times?
Claire Williams believes F1 should consider running European races later in the day in order to increase the sport's popularity.
Hamilton relishes Ferrari fight
Lewis Hamilton is relishing the intensifying battle between Mercedes and Ferrari at the front of F1, with the world champion believing he is currently enjoying the form of his career.
Mercedes on red alert
Mercedes insist they have to “do everything we can” to keep improving their W06 if they are to stay ahead of Ferrari, as the battle between the two titans continues to hot up.
'Hamilton shines brightest'
As the lights went down in the desert, Monday's back pages enthused that it was Lewis Hamilton who shone brightest after the world champion’s latest victory.
Alonso: Important three weeks
Fernando Alonso says McLaren face “three important weeks” after further frustration for the team in Bahrain.
WATCH: Bahrain move of the day
Watch as Nico Rosberg fights back in Bahrain against the Ferraris to retake second place at the start of Sunday's race.
Ferrari defend Kimi strategy
Ferrari have insisted that their strategy wasn't to blame for Kimi Raikkonen narrowly missing out on victory in the Bahrain GP.
Rosberg: Brake woe cost second
Nico Rosberg believes he would have held on for second place in the Bahrain GP but for a late brake failure on his Mercedes.
Hamilton in love with his Merc
A jubilant Lewis Hamilton says he thinks he is 'in love' with his Mercedes W06 super-car after taking control of the world championship in Bahrain.
Hamilton claims Bahrain GP win
Lewis Hamilton extended his World Championship lead with his third victory of the 2015 season in a Bahrain GP in which a rejuvenated Kimi Raikkonen claimed a brilliant second place.
Kvyat: Glitches holding me back
Daniil Kvyat believes he hasn't yet had the chance to show what he's capable of since joining Red Bull after blaming “energy” problems on his RB11 for his Q1 exit in Bahrain.
Rosberg takes blame for qualy
A crestfallen Nico Rosberg has admitted he underestimated the threat from Sebastian Vettel after being relegated to third on the grid by the Ferrari in Bahrain qualifying.
Hamilton ready for Vettel fight
Lewis Hamilton expects a close fight with Ferrari in the Bahrain GP after Sebastian Vettel split the two Mercedes in qualifying.
Hamilton surges to Bahrain pole
Lewis Hamilton displayed a blistering turn of speed to claim a dominant pole position for the Bahrain GP and continue his unbeaten start to qualifying in 2015.
'Victory possible' says Vettel
Sebastian Vettel says victory is possible in the Bahrain GP, even though Mercedes set the pace as expected in Friday evening’s practice session.
Nico 'very worried' by Ferrari
Practice pacesetter Nico Rosberg has described Ferrari’s long-run pace as “very worrying” ahead of a Bahrain GP which appears set to pitch Mercedes into another duel with their growing rivals.
Reprimand for Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen was handed a reprimand after the Bahrain GP stewards decided that he 'drove in a potentially dangerous manner' during second practice on Friday evening.
P2: Rosberg outpaces Hamilton
Nico Rosberg produced a timely timesheet-topping performance to finish ahead of Lewis Hamilton at the end of the opening day of action in Bahrain.
Raikkonen tops mixed-up P1
Kimi Raikkonen led a Ferrari 1-2 in a mixed-up opening practice session for the Bahrain GP on Friday.
'Maybe I handed Lewis an edge'
Nico Rosberg concedes that “maybe” he handed Lewis Hamilton a psychological edge with his comments at the end of the Chinese GP but insists he’d say the same things again.