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Bahrain Grand Prix 2019: What To Look Out For

The second season of 2019’s F1 takes place in Bahrain. Mercedes holds the top position. In the inaugural race, Bottas won the first place, Lewis Hamilton won the second place, and Max Verstappen stood in the third place. F1 Bahrain was crazy as hell last time around when Pierre Gasly’s Toro Rosso took the fourth position, and Vettel took the win by being fast enough to grab a pole and thus a victory.

Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes), Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso), Lando Norris (McLaren), Pierre Gasly (Red Bull), Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) are the ones who’ll talk to media on March 28, 2018, at 1800 hours local time (1500 UTC).

On March 29, 2018, Zak Brown (McLaren), Guenther Steiner (Haas), Franz Tost (Toro Rosso), Frederic Vasseur (Alfa Romeo) will address the media at 1600 hours local time (1300 UTC). After the respective sessions, the qualifying and post-race conferences with the top three drivers will take place.

The Bahrain International Circuit is located in Sakhir region and was used first in 2004 on an annual basis for the F1 except for 2011 when it was canceled due to large scale human rights violations in Bahrain. F1 is sponsored by Gulf Air. On the USA, it will air on ESPN and in the UK, it will air on C4 and Sky Sports. The second Grand Prix race of 2019 F1 season takes place on Sunday 31st March.

Bahrain Grand Prix Schedule:
Practice 1 – Friday 29 March
Practice 2 – Friday 29 March
Practice 3 – Saturday 20 March
Qualifying – Saturday 30 March
The Race – Sunday 31 March

The first race of the season will take place under the floodlights with local start time as 6:10 pm GMT. Stay tuned to news.OtakuKart.com for more.