Last race was a small ‘fiasco’ for Ferrari given the team’s performance in winter testing. Was Mercedes sandbagging in Barcelona or Ferrari somehow lost its performance in Melbourne? I hope we find this out in the upcoming Bahrain GP. The circuit layout and the track’s width have offered some great battles in the past years. This time, F1 has introduced a 3rd DRS zone (in the start-finish straight) which will give us even more fights.
Unexpectedly, the model supports Hamilton and Bottas for the first 2 places; in this order. Since Vettel has the record for wins in Bahrain, I hope that he can, at least, start in the front row and then he can challenge either Lewis or Valtteri in the race. The Red Bulls do not have a good record in the circuit, so let’s see what they can achieve in the Honda era.
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