Who Were the Winners and Losers at the 2015 Bahrain GP?

The first emotions you feel when you visit the Bahrain International Circuit at Sakhir are awe and admiration. It is no wonder that after the race, Shaikh Salman bin Isa Al Khalifa the CEO of the Grand Prix reported last year’s attendance record was broken, with 32,000 fans attending.

The glamour and uniqueness of the night GP has also won this race the Best Organized Grand Prix from FIA. However, the real winners and losers who really matter are on the track, which makes it imperative to get some insight on them. Here are some ideas:

1.       Mercedes

There have been endless ongoing events off the track all revolving around Hamilton and his contract.  However, Mercedes can rest easy knowing that the Briton is not affected by the hullabaloo about a probable move to Ferrari...

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The Crème de la Crème of Monaco GP Drivers

Monaco Grand Prix produces somewhat of euphoria among both drivers and fans. Probably it is because of the tough track and hairpins that can reduce a driver’s lead into nothing or the breathtaking sights along the course.

The Monaco GP Specialists

Nonetheless, like in any other track, there are those drivers who are specialists in conquering Monaco. As the countdown to Monaco F1 2015 starts, why not take a look back to help us know who might win next year? Here are some of these greats of the Monte Carlo track in no order of merit.

Michael Schumacher

Like him for his handiwork or hate him for the crazy manoeuvres, Schumacher still remains the greatest winner of all at Monaco. The young driver took the mantle from Ayrton Senna to become the king of Monte Carlo streets.
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Could Double Points at Abu Dhabi Decide The F1 Winner?

If what fans have seen so far is anything to go by, then Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is going to be a determiner of who wins this year’s Formula One. The races have been tense and with tension come bad decisions.

From the Bahrain Grand Prix to the infamous Belgium Spa crash, the tension has been palpable and the drama more thrilling than the latest season of Game of Thrones.

The Thrill so Far

The focus has been on Hamilton and Rosberg, both driving for Mercedes who can proudly say they have the two fastest cars this season. With sneaky maneuvers, cutting across each other and ignoring team orders, the two drivers have brought exhilarating moments to F1.

Why Abu Dhabi GP is Crucial

After the infamous incident at Belgian Grand Prix that forced Hamilton to crash, it seemed things were going the ri...

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