Feature: Five Things to Watch in Bahrain

After experiencing plenty of new races and some returning favourites, this weekend is a return to relative normality for Formula 1 in the Bahrain Grand Prix. But it’s a Bahrain Grand Prix with a difference, preceding the all-new Outer Track race the following weekend. We’re getting ahead of ourselves, so first thing’s first, let’s take a look at the Bahrain Grand Prix in-depth. After recently experiencing returning and new races, the Bahrain Grand Prix circuit is a return to relative normality. The Bahrain Grand Prix circuit is in a coastal location meaning wind direction can have a large impact across a lap – monitoring these conditions will be an important factor in the weekend.

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