F1 Bahrain - desert racing
The Middle East's 'showdown in the desert' and also one of F1's spectacular night races is back in 2018! F1 Bahrain tickets are likely to be in high demand as fans regularly flock to the 'home of motorsport in the Middle East'. With excitement from the get-go, an always unpredictable race to a firework-filled evening's entertainment, the Bahrain Grand Prix is very popular so make sure you buy your 2018 F1 Bahrain tickets quickly. The 2018 race in Bahrain is the second race on the Formula One calendar, taking place just after F1 Australia in Melbourne. As motorsports elite line up on the grid for an adrenalin-filled 57-lap encounter, it will be a great gauge to see which constructor may dominate the F1 championships, and, of course, which driver will be setting the early pace. So, come along and see F1 legends like Lewis Hamilton, Sebastien Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen race each other under the desert stars. As always, there will be plenty of entertainment away from the track including live music, and family fun.
2017 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix results
The 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix was the thirteenth time that the Bahrain international circuit hosted motorsport's most exciting championship. Under the sparkling stars, the world's fastest men fought tooth and nail until the chequered flag. The 2017 race saw title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Sebastien Vettel fight and the German ended up victorious as the Brit suffered a race penalty early on. This race seemed to set the standard for the rest of the 2017 championship as the two were the main contenders for the racer's championship. In the end, Hamilton won the championship and in doing so moved level with Vettel on 4 F1 championship titles apiece. So, if you're after more excitement, hurry up and get Bahrain F1 tickets 2018 now!
F1 Bahrain circuit
The Bahrain International circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke and contains no less than five track layouts within the same complex. The original circuit is 5.412km long and has a total of 16 corners. Drivers must complete 57 laps of the circuit and in total will race 308.23 kilometres. The Bahrain Grand Prix lap record was set by Spanish driver Pedro de la Rosa in 2005 (1:31.447). With a total of up to 100,000 petrolhead fans coming every year to see the world's fastest sport, make sure you don't miss out. Get your F1 Bahrain tickets now.
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