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Mercedes F1 annexes the front row of the grid for the Bahrain Grand Prix.

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fourteenseven

April 05, 2014 5:13 PM

merc locked out the front row but daniel ricciardo was epic, they hit him with penalties, dodgy power units and whatnot but he just keeps coming back. well done also, sergio perez and kimi raikkonen on outqulifying their much vaunted team mates. but today belongs to nico rosberg

Fullofit

April 05, 2014 5:16 PM

All those people that thought Ron's second coming was the key to McLaren success ... without that Mercedes engine, they'd probably be worse off than last year.

They are definitely the worst of the Merc engine teams, having been leapfrogged by Williams ... so if Renault had delivered a half decent engine Ron's team could well be a low as 7th or 8th in the pecking order!

George Zaidan

April 05, 2014 5:17 PM

fourteenseven: merc locked out the front row but daniel ricciardo was epic, they hit him with penalties, dodgy power units and whatnot but he just keeps coming back. well done also, sergio perez and kimi raikkonen on outqulifying their much vaunted team mates. but today belongs to nico rosberg

Yes, Nico was impressive, beginning to think Bernie might have picked a winner.

Fullofit

April 05, 2014 5:18 PM

George Zaidan:
fourteenseven: merc locked out the front row but daniel ricciardo was epic, they hit him with penalties, dodgy power units and whatnot but he just keeps coming back. well done also, sergio perez and kimi raikkonen on outqulifying their much vaunted team mates. but today belongs to nico rosberg

Yes, Nico was impressive, beginning to think Bernie might have picked a winner.



Bernie covered his bets ...

ThePaddock1

April 05, 2014 5:22 PM

George Zaidan:
fourteenseven: merc locked out the front row but daniel ricciardo was epic, they hit him with penalties, dodgy power units and whatnot but he just keeps coming back. well done also, sergio perez and kimi raikkonen on outqulifying their much vaunted team mates. but today belongs to nico rosberg

Yes, Nico was impressive, beginning to think Bernie might have picked a winner.


if you remember rightly bernie changed his mind on nico giving it to lewis

that could of been a fools mistake!

here4thesun2

April 05, 2014 5:26 PM

speaking of KeKe's, kobayashi is 2 tenths slower than the middle tier and less than half a sec from being in with room to spare.

since he is driving at 11/10 's now, I hope he can get a few more developments on the car. then things could be more interesting when the television coverage cuts away from the lonely boys out in front.

George Zaidan

April 05, 2014 5:26 PM

ThePaddock1:
George Zaidan:
fourteenseven: merc locked out the front row but daniel ricciardo was epic, they hit him with penalties, dodgy power units and whatnot but he just keeps coming back. well done also, sergio perez and kimi raikkonen on outqulifying their much vaunted team mates. but today belongs to nico rosberg

Yes, Nico was impressive, beginning to think Bernie might have picked a winner.


if you remember rightly bernie changed his mind on nico giving it to lewis

that could of been a fools mistake!

I didn't know that, can we say dead cat bounce?

here4thesun2

April 05, 2014 5:28 PM

ThePaddock1:
George Zaidan:
fourteenseven: merc locked out the front row but daniel ricciardo was epic, they hit him with penalties, dodgy power units and whatnot but he just keeps coming back. well done also, sergio perez and kimi raikkonen on outqulifying their much vaunted team mates. but today belongs to nico rosberg

Yes, Nico was impressive, beginning to think Bernie might have picked a winner.


if you remember rightly bernie changed his mind on nico giving it to lewis

that could of been a fools mistake!


when he picked nico, i think he was talking directly to lewis. as in, get it up or this kid will take your title.

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