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Enjoy the best of motorsport and entertainment at 2017 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

Bahrain International Circuit is getting all geared up to host this year’s biggest and most awaited event: the 2017 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix. Taking place from April 14 to 16 in Sakhir, the Bahrain Grand Prix will mark the third of 20 rounds on the 2017 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. It will be the first night race of the season, and the fourth year in a row that the world’s fastest single-seaters will be shining in the Sakhir desert under BIC’s brilliant floodlighting (...)

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Enjoy the best of motorsport and entertainment at 2017 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix

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Bahrain Grand Prix 2017 tickets now on sale at ‘Early Bird’ prices

Motorsport fans have an additional reason to celebrate this festive season as tickets to the 2017 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix are now on sale at reduced prices. Only 110 days remain until the Formula 1 spectacle, which will be hosted by Bahrain International Circuit as the major highlight of the April 14 to 16 weekend next year. The launch is accompanied by an ‘Early Bird’ discount of up to 20%, available only for the next month until January 26, 2017. The ‘Early Bird’ offer covers (...)

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Rosberg is world champion as Hamilton wins season finale in Abu Dhabi

Nico Rosberg was crowned Formula 1 Drivers’ World Champion on Sunday after finishing behind Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, held at Yas Marina Cicuit in the UAE. Rosberg needed only to finish in the top three, coupled with a Hamilton victory, to secure the coveted title – the first of his career. Rosberg commented after clinching his crown: “I drive to win the world championship and I have achieved that and it was my childhood dream to win the (...)

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Hamilton wins in Brazil, sets up drivers’ title showdown in final race

Lewis Hamilton overcame waterlogged conditions to win the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday and give himself one last chance to steal away this year’s Formula 1 drivers’ title. Needing a victory to keep alive his slim hopes of securing a third successive crown and fourth in his career, Hamilton scrapped to a hard-earned victory in Interlagos ahead of Mercedes teammate and championship leader Nico Rosberg. The Briton needed over three hours of racing to do so, as the Grand Prix was delayed (...)

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Hamilton cruises in Mexico to extend title chase

Lewis Hamilton kept his title hopes alive after winning the Formula 1 Gran Premio de Mexico on Sunday at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City. The three-time World champion was dominant in the race. Starting from pole position, he got away at the start cleanly but ran wide at the first corner. That was all the trouble he would face, however, as he cruised from there to another routine win – his first in Mexico, second in as many weeks, eighth of the season and 51st overall of his (...)

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Hamilton cruises to US Grand Prix victory

Lewis Hamilton stormed to the 50th victory of his Formula 1 career on Sunday after winning the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. Hamilton led Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to an impressive one-two after 56 laps around Circuit of the Americas, where he has now won three years in a row. The pair enjoyed a relatively comfortable race. Pole-sitter Hamilton had a clean getaway at the start while Rosberg was able to regain second position after losing it at the lights to Red Bull (...)

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Rosberg triumphs as Mercedes lift constructors’ crown

Nico Rosberg cruised to an impressive victory today to help Mercedes seal the 2016 constructors’ title at the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix. Rosberg started from the front and put in a flawless drive to enjoy a comfortable pole-to-flag victory at Suzuka International Racing Course. Teammate Lewis Hamilton finished third, which was enough to help the Silver Arrows claim the teams’ crown for the third successive year and with four races still to go. Rosberg captured his ninth win of the (...)

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Ricciardo leads Verstappen for Red Bull 1-2 in Malaysia

Daniel Ricciardo came away with a stunning victory today at the Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang International Circuit. Ricciardo led teammate Max Verstappen to a surprising one-two finish for Red Bull Racing to register his maiden win of the season. It was also only the second triumph of 2016 by a driver not named Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton. Verstappen had earlier celebrated a victory in Spain last May, but it has been all Rosberg and Hamilton the entire campaign with Rosberg (...)

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Rosberg takes brilliant victory in eventful Singapore GP

Same result, different day. Nico Rosberg made it three victories in a row and eighth overall this season after winning the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix today at a brilliantly lit Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore. Rosberg had multiple reasons to celebrate his fine win: the race marked his 200th Grand Prix start, it was the 22nd triumph of his career, it was his very first victory in Singapore and the result put him back into the lead on the Formula 1 drivers’ championship standings. (...)

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Rosberg makes it look easy with win in Monza

Nico Rosberg cruised to an impressive victory today at the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix in Monza. The Mercedes ace was in unbeatable form. Starting from second on the grid, he powered to the lead at the lights and never looked back. He completed the race unstressed up front in a total winning time of one hour 17 minutes 28.089 seconds. Pole-sitter and teammate Lewis Hamilton recovered from a poor start to take second place a distant 15.070 seconds behind Rosberg, while Ferrari’s Sebastian (...)

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Rosberg wins in Belgium to breathe life into F1 title fight

Nico Rosberg started the second half of the 2016 Formula 1 season on a high today. The German won the Belgian Grand Prix in style to revitalise his title fight after four successive Grands Prix without a win. Rosberg led from the very start and never looked back as he crossed the finish line a comfortable 14 seconds ahead of his closest challenger, Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing. The result gave the Mercedes ace his 20th career triumph and sixth of the season. It brought him to (...)

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