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April 2-3, 2005Cobertura del Gran Premio de BahréinWikinoticias
April 3, 2005Formel 1 in der Wüste: Großer Preis von Bahrain 2005Wikinews
April 3, 2005Gran Premio del Bahrein: male le FerrariWikinotizie
March 11, 2006Formula 1:La prima pole è rossa FerrariWikinotizie
March 12, 20062006 Formula 1 season starts with GP of BahrainWikinews
March 12, 2006Formel 1 in der Wüste: Großer Preis von Bahrain 2006Wikinews
April 15, 2007Automobilismo, Formula 1: Massa vince il G.P. del BahrainWikinotizie
April 15, 2007Felipe Massa wins 2007 Bahrain Grand PrixWikinews
April 6, 2008Felipe Massa wins 2008 Bahrain Grand PrixWikinews
April 26, 2009Automobilismo, campionato mondiale Formula 1 2009: GP del Bahrain, vince ButtonWikinotizie
April 27, 2009Jenson Button wins 2009 Bahrain Grand PrixWikinews
April 28, 2009Big Weekend for Ferrari in Bahrain, ALemmy Gibson
March 13, 2010Vettel se alza con la primera pole de la temporadaWikinoticias
February 17, 2011Bahrain Unrest Threatens Formula One Season OpenerVOA Breaking News
February 20, 2011Bahrain Grand Prix Decision Expected TuesdayVOA Breaking News
February 21, 2011Bahrain Cancels Formula One Season-OpenerVOA Breaking News
February 21, 2011Noticias breves 21 de febrero 2011: Bahréin: DeportesWikinoticias
February 22, 2011Formel 1: Großer Preis von Bahrain wegen Unruhen abgesagtWikinews
February 23, 2011Ecclestone Waives Bahrain Formula One FeesVOA Breaking News
February 24, 2011Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled amid political turmoilWikinews
February 24, 2011El Gran Premi de Bahrain cancel·lat enmig de l'agitació políticaViquinotícies
March 1, 2011Formula One Looking At Rescheduling Canceled Bahrain Grand PrixWikinews
March 8, 2011FIA Sets May 1 Deadline For Bahrain to Reschedule Its Grand PrixVOA Breaking News
May 31, 2011Bahrain Still Wants to Host F1 RaceVOA Breaking News
June 3, 2011Bahrain Grand Prix Restored Amid More ProtestsVOA Breaking News
June 10, 2011Bahrain Grand Prix Now OffVOA Breaking News
April 19, 2012Police, Activists Clash in Bahrain Ahead of Formula One ReturnVOA Breaking News
April 20, 2012Bahrain Protesters Call for ‘Days of Rage’ as Grand Prix NearsVOA Breaking News
April 20, 2012Protests Erupt Ahead of Bahrain’s F1 RaceVOA Breaking News
April 21, 2012Bahrain Probes Death at Protest SiteVOA Breaking News
April 21, 2012Protests Intensify in Bahrain Ahead of Grand PrixVOA Breaking News
April 22, 2012Bahrain Tense Ahead of Grand PrixVOA Breaking News
April 22, 2012Vettel Wins Bahrain’s Controverial Grand Prix RaceVOA Breaking News
April 27, 2012Sebastian Vettel gewann den Großen Preis von BahrainWikinews
April 22, 2013This quote shows the McLaren F1 team do have a soulMatt Hubbard
April 9, 2014Hamilton wins 'incredible' Bahrain race, F1's 900th Grand PrixWikinews


The Flying Lap, Episode 66: Chinese de-brief, Bahrain preview
April 19, 2012
Duration: 1:34:17
With Nico Rosberg scoring his maiden career win in Shanghai, we look back at the events that defined his stunning weekend in China - at the speed of the Mercedes F1 W03 and at Nico's advantage in qualifying over his famous team-mate, Michael Schumacher. Craig Scarborough will talk us through the technicalities of Mercedes' "double-DRS" system plus many of the other significant technical developments seen on the McLarens, Red Bulls and Ferraris - and Rob Wilson will be returning to the show to give us his view of Nico's driving style (and a few other comments besides!). We also look forward to this Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix with the help of Williams F1 Strategy Engineer, Mark Barnett, and, courtesy of Hilton Honors, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. There will be lots to talk about and to ponder - and so, for the first time, we will be making this a 90-minute show.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 67: Bahrain debrief with Karun Chandhok
April 25, 2012
Duration: 1:09:32
Four races and four different winners! On this occasion it was the World Champion, Sebastian Vettel, who rose to the top to win the Gulf Air Grand Prix of Bahrain. It was no walkover for Red Bull Racing, however. Kimi Raikkonen qualified only 11th but my mid-distance was pushing Seb hard, looking for a way past. Backed up by his young team-mate, Romain Grosjean, Kimi showed that LotusF1, too, are key players in this closest of F1 World Championships. Joining us in the studio to discuss all this and more, we are delighted to welcome back to the show Karun Chandhok, an F1 race/test driver since 2010 and also an astute observer of the sport from many unique angles. On-line from the LotusF1 base in Oxfordshire, England, Trackside Operations Director, Alan Permayne, also talks us through the Bahrain weekend and the qualities of James Allison's 2012 car, the E20; and, again joining us on-line from his "second home" - the Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground north of Silverstone - Rob Wilson gives us his own, very eloquent views of the Seb-Kimi battle (and a little bit more besides!).

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