F1 » Bahrain F1 test results - day two: 9 April


Lewis Hamilton keeps the dominant Mercedes at the top of the timesheets as F1 comes to a conclusion in Bahrain.

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riccy

April 09, 2014 4:12 PM
Last Edited 163 days ago

I'm glad for Lewis, he has never had access to a dominant car, race winning cars but not dominant ones. I hope he takes good advantage of the situation he finds himself in .

JJJ

April 09, 2014 8:21 PM
Last Edited 164 days ago

It's a strange thing that Marussia...it seemed to run pretty good in Australia (for their standards) but then Malaysia came around and Caterham pummeled them...and so I thought as Malaysia is a bit more representative for the rest of the year that's what the rest of the year would bring.

But now the thing shows some pace again.

The Sauber on the other hand...yikes. If Lotus hadn't fallen from grace even harder than them we'd all be talking about them as the failure of the year. I'd feel bad for Giedo for changing to a 3rd driver seat at a supposedly faster team that turns out not to be that much faster at all instead of hanging on to his raceseat at the back of the grid, but then of course in the bigger scheme of things he's still a lucky man to have that gig.

Googolplex

April 10, 2014 7:33 AM

The Merc is very dominant at the moment, significantly more so than the RBR has been over the past few years. The ease with which both Mercs took off in Bahrain at the start and after the re-start, and now these testing results, leave little room for debate about that.

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