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Bahrain Grand Prix Winners:
2021 - Lewis Hamilton.
2020 - Lewis Hamilton.
2019 - Lewis Hamilton.
2018 - Sebastian Vettel.
2017 - Sebastian Vettel.
2016 - Nico Rosberg.
2015 - Lewis Hamilton.
2014 - Lewis Hamilton.
2013 - Sebastian Vettel.
2012 - Sebastian Vettel.
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Check here.F1 Bahrain Grand Prix News Headlines
Inspired by Masters win, it's Tsunoda's turn for Japan's F1 milestone moment
- ... month's season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Tsunoda took a superb ninth-place finish to become the eighth Japanese point-scorer in F1 history.
Mazepin surprised by F1's intensity
- ... after just three corners in the Bahrain Grand Prix. Mazepin did however reach the chequered flag in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix last weekend.
Gasly has no time for Marko's 'hypothetical thing'
- ... less complimentary than most about Gasly's excellent qualifying performance at the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. The Frenchman bagged a ...
Perez worth gold to Verstappen: 'He is already stronger than Bottas'
- The Bahrain Grand Prix showed that two drivers for Mercedes can give a strategic advantage against one faster driver of the other team. poster.
McLaren chief issues Ricciardo warning as he reveals real reason behind struggles
- ... car yet, having only had three days of pre-season testing split between himself and Norris before the Bahrain Grand Prix, and his new boss agrees.
McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says Daniel Ricciardo will take a few more races to get up to speed
- It means Ricciardo had only a day and a half to adapt to the McLaren before the Bahrain Grand Prix, while the race at Imola was the first time he'd ...