Bahrain – Vettel leads close qualifying

The 2012 Formula One season has been full of action, and Saturday's qualifying session for the Bahrain Grand Prix was no different. Sebastian Vettel took pole position for the first time this season. The Red Bull has looked strong all weekend, and Mark Webber's third place underlines the improved pace of the RB8. The McLarens... Continue Reading →

Bahrain – failure is not an option

This weekend sees Formula One return to Bahrain after the 2011 race was cancelled following political protests. The media has been full of speculation as to whether the race will, or in fact should, go ahead. One side of the discussion has gone largely unexplored - the Bahraini authorities dare not fail in hosting the... Continue Reading →

Forget Bahrain

The Bahrain Grand Prix has been prominent in the media for the last year and a bit. The 2011 race was cancelled due to political instability in the island state, and recent protests have thrown this year's race into question. But why is there a race there at all? The track is arguably the most boring... Continue Reading →

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