Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.
Sebastian Vettel clung on to deny Valtteri Bottas a win. But while Ferrari and Mercedes fought a third team could have joined the battle.
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With 182 world championship race victories, McLaren has more F1 wins than any team bar Ferrari. However yesterday marked their 100th win-less race.
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Sebastian Vettel won the 200th race of his Formula One career after soaking up pressure from Valtteri Bottas in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel holds a 17-point lead over Lewis Hamilton after the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel won the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix for Ferrari ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton.
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The 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix in pictures.
Williams are the only team which is lapping more slowly in Bahrain this year than 12 months ago – and they’ve lost a huge 1.3 seconds.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will start ‘out of position’ in Bahrain – could they avoid the preferred two-stop strategy to get back to the front?
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari ended Mercedes’ five-year run of pole positions in Bahrain as Sebastian Vettel led a one-two with team mate Kimi Raikkonen.
Sebastian Vettel is on pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen comfortably headed the final practice session in Bahrain while Ferrari team mate Sebastian Vettel endured a troubled session.
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Mercedes weren’t on the pace of Ferrari in second practice but Lewis Hamilton believes it’s close between the two teams and Red Bull.
Kimi Raikkonen headed team mate Sebastian Vettel by nine-thousandths of a second in second practice in Bahrain, but had to stop his car before the end.