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The 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix, otherwise officially known as the XIV Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix[1] (2018 سباق جائزة البحرين in Arabic), was the second round of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship, staged at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir on 8 April 2018.[2] The race was the fourteenth Bahrain Grand Prix to be staged as part of the World Championship.[2]

In qualifying, Sebastian Vettel went fastest last-minute to secure his fifty-first pole position ahead of his teammate Kimi Räikkönen, who scored his first front row start at the circuit. Valtteri Bottas qualified in third, whilst his teammate Lewis Hamilton was demoted from fourth to ninth on the grid with a five-place grid penalty as the result of changing his gearbox without reaching the minimum of using the same gearbox in six consecutive races.

In the race, Bottas overtook Räikkönen at the start whilst Vettel soared into the lead. Following the pit stops, Vettel kept his lead and was able to hold off Bottas in the final stages despite running on older, softer tyres, taking victory and his second consecutive win of the season. Hamilton, meanwhile, made his way through the midfield after he slightly fell behind at the start, while the retirements of Räikkönen, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen promoted him to third, completing the podium.

BackgroundEdit

The Bahrain Grand Prix would play host to the second round of the 2018 F1 season, swapping places with the Chinese Grand Prix on the final version of the 2018 calendar.[2] Otherwise, the event would take place as it had since 2011, with the Bahrain International Circuit remaining unchanged ahead of its fourteenth Grand Prix.[2] Indeed, the race weekend would include a familiar support programme, including the opening round of the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship, as well as the final meeting of the Porsche GT3 Cup Middle East.[3]

In terms of the entry list, there would be no changes after the Australian Grand Prix, meaning attention was instead focused on the tyre choices made by each driver.[4] Even in this there would be little variation, with Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Räikkönen, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen all choosing the same number of tyres.[4] Indeed, the only change among the top three teams would be Valtteri Bottas, who opted to select one fewer "Medium" Pirelli compound to claim an additional "soft" in the #77 Mercedes.[4] Elsewhere, McLaren duo would go softest, both Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne choosing nine "super-soft" tyres, while Marcus Ericsson had the hardest selection with three "medium" tyre sets.[4]

On the topic of tyres, there was conformation from Haas that their double retirement in Melbourne had been caused by two cross threaded wheel nuts, meaning both cars were released with only three properly fitted wheels.[5] As such, to compound their misery, the Haas team were slapped with a €10,000 fine, €5,000 apiece for Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, for releasing their cars in an unsafe condition.[5] The FIA did note that the team had immediately instructed their drivers to stop in a safe place after realising their mistake, although Haas did decide to re-organise their crew and introduce a "fail-safe" ahead of the Bahrain race.[6]

Furthermore, Haas, and major supplier Ferrari would receive further questioning regarding their relationship, with both McLaren and Force India asking the FIA to investigate.[7] Under the FIA's rules, Haas, as were any other team, were able to source up to 50% of their components from another Formula One team.[8] In this instance, Haas take the Ferrari engine, gearbox and rear-suspension design from Maranello, before commissioning Dallara to design the rest of their car.[8] However, after Haas' impressive testing and race performance at the season opener, both McLaren and Force India demanded that the relationship be investigated, particularly as the Haas VF-18 looked remarkably similar to the 2017 Ferrari SF70H.[7]

Elsewhere, there were some major changes at Sauber, who hired ex-Ferrari designer Jan Monchaux to be their head of aerodynamics.[9] Monchaux, whose career also included work with Toyota and Audi (in the World Endurance Championship), last worked in F1 with the Scuderia in 2013, but joined Sauber at the behest of partners Alfa Romeo.[9] The move came in the midst of a fallout between teams over the hiring of ex-FIA officials, although there were no outward expressions of discontent at Sauber's hiring.[9]

On the engine front there would be some changes made at Honda, which decided to bring some updated MGU-H and Turbocharger components for Toro Rosso.[10] Both Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly would receive the update, the latter having suffered an MGU-H failure in Melbourne, which Honda hoped would ease concerns regarding their parts around the engine punishing Bahrain circuit.[10] Elsewhere, Renault were calling for a freeze on engine development for the 2019 and 2020 seasons, citing that the engine rules were set to change for 2021 so there was little point in developing the current generation beyond 2018.[11]

Unsurprisingly, given that he had won the season opening race in Australia, it was Vettel who led the World Championship hunt heading into Bahrain, seven clear of arch-rival Hamilton. Räikkönen completed the top three ahead of Ricciardo, with Alonso completing the top five. Verstappen, Nico Hülkenberg, Bottas, Vandoorne and Carlos Sainz, Jr. completed the top ten.

With Vettel and Räikkönen scoring a double podium in Melbourne it was Ferrari who led the charge in the Constructors' Championship, eighteen ahead of Mercedes. Red Bull-TAG Heuer were next as the best Renault powered team, with the French firm themselves also sitting behind their other customer team McLaren-Renault. Force India headed the rest of the field as the best non-scorers after the race in Albert Park.

Entry listEdit

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Mercedes W09 EQ Power+ Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Mercedes W09 EQ Power+ Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF71H Ferrari 062 EVO P
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF71H Ferrari 062 EVO P
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB14 TAG Heuer TAG Heuer P
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB14 TAG Heuer TAG Heuer P
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM11 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
31 France Esteban Ocon India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM11 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW41 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW41 Mercedes M09 EQ Power+ P
27 Germany Hülkenberg France Renault Sport Formula One Team Renault R.S.18 Renault R.E.18 P
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault Sport Formula One Team Renault R.S.18 Renault R.E.18 P
28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda Toro Rosso STR13 Honda RA618H P
10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda Toro Rosso STR13 Honda RA618H P
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-18 Ferrari 062 EVO P
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-18 Ferrari 062 EVO P
14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL33 Renault R.E.18 P
2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL33 Renault R.E.18 P
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team Sauber C37 Ferrari 062 EVO P
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team Sauber C37 Ferrari 062 EVO P
Source:[12]

Practice OverviewEdit

FP1Edit

FP2Edit

FP3Edit

Practice ResultsEdit

NoDriverTeamFP1 FP2 FP3
TimePosTimePosTimePos
2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1:33.364 13 1:31.422 10 1:31.860 17
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1:31.060 1 1:30.751 6 1:30.452 3
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 1:31.470 4 1:29.828 2 1:30.719 5
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 1:31.458 3 1:29.817 1 1:29.868 1
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 1:32.516 6 1:31.591 11 1:31.513 12
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:33.508 17 1:32.733 19 1:31.859 16
10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 1:32.779 7 1:31.232 8 1:31.438 10
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 1:33.662 18 1:31.868 14 1:31.564 14
14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1:33.223 11 1:31.282 9 1:31.445 10
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:33.278 12 1:32.372 16 1:32.047 18
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:33.379 14 1:32.382 17 1:32.865 20
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 1:32.971 9 1:31.969 15 1:31.737 15
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 1:33.104 10 1:31.220 7 1:31.144 7
28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 1:33.497 16 1:32.908 20 1:31.460 11
31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 1:33.794 19 1:31.809 13 1:31.554 13
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer No Time 20 1:30.745 5 1:30.393 2
35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:33.467 15 1:32.474 18 1:32.463 19
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1:32.272 5 1:30.472 4 1:30.691 4
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault 1:32.885 8 1:31.601 12 1:31.200 8
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 1:31.364 2 1:30.380 3 1:30.781 6
Source: [13][14][15]

QualifyingEdit

Q1Edit

Q2Edit

Q3Edit

Qualifying ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos Time Pos Time Pos Time
1 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 21:29.060 11:28.341 11:27.958 1
2 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 11:28.951 31:28.515 21:28.101 2
3 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 31:29.275 41:28.794 31:28.124 3
4 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 51:29.396 21:28.458 41:28.220 9*
5 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 61:29.552 51:28.962 51:28.398 4
6 10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 91:30.121 91:29.836 61:29.329 5
7 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 71:29.594 71:29.623 71:29.358 6
8 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 111:30.260 61:29.187 81:29.570 7
9 31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 121:30.338 101:30.009 91:29.874 8
10 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault 81:29.893 81:29.802 101:29.986 10
11 28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 131:30.412 111:30.105 11
12 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 101:30.218 121:30.156 12
13 14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 151:30.530 131:30.212 13
14 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 141:30.479 141:30.525 14
15 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 41:29.374 15no time 15
16 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 161:30.530 16
17 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 171:31.063 17
18 35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 181:31.414 18
19 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 191:31.420 19
20 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 201:31.503 20
107% time: 1:35.177
Source: [16]
  • * Hamilton was given a five-place grid penalty after an unscheduled gearbox change.[17][18]

GridEdit

RaceEdit

ReportEdit

ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 57 1h 32m 01.940s 1 25
2 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 57 + 0.699s 3 18
3 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 57 + 6.512s 9 15
4 10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 57 + 62.234s 5 12
5 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 57 + 75.046s 6 10
6 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 57 + 99.024s 7 8
7 14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 56 + 1 Lap 13 6
8 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 56 + 1 Lap 14 4
9 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 56 + 1 Lap 17 2
10 31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 56 + 1 Lap 8 1
11 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. France Renault 56 + 1 Lap 10
12 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 56 + 1 Lap 19
13 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 56 + 1 Lap 16
14 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 56 + 1 Lap 20
15 35 Russia Sergey Sirotkin United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 56 + 1 Lap 18
16 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 56 + 1 Lap* 12
17 28 New Zealand Brendon Hartley Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 56 + 1 Lap 11
Ret 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 35 Retired 2
Ret 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 3 Accident damage 15
Ret 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1 Gearshift 4
Source: [19]
  • * Pérez was originally twelfth, but was given a thirty-second time penalty for overtaking on the formation lap.[19]
  • Hartley was originally thirteenth, but was given a thirty-second time penalty for not taking back his original starting position before reaching the safety-car line at the end of the formation lap.[19]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Victory for the second race in succession ensured that Sebastian Vettel left the second round of the season with 50 points to his name, leaving defending Champion Lewis Hamilton trailing by seventeen points. The Brit was a secure second, eleven ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas, while Fernando Alonso snuck up into fourth ahead of Kimi Räikkönen. Elsewhere, Pierre Gasly was level with senior team racer Daniel Ricciardo after his maiden score, while Marcus Ericsson, Kevin Magnussen and Esteban Ocon also added their names to the score board.

Into the Constructors' Championship and Ferrari left Bahrain with their lead intact, albeit down to ten points over arch-rivals Mercedes. The German squad themselves could already look ahead of them rather than behind, for McLaren-Renault were already 33 points behind in third. Behind them came Red Bull-TAG Heuer after their disasterous evening, with factory Renault just three ahead of the Honda engined Toro Rosso team.

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel 50
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 33
3 Finland Valtteri Bottas 22 ▲5
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 16 ▲1
5 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 15 ▼2
6 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 14 ▲1
7 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 12 ▼3
8 France Pierre Gasly 12 ▲10
9 Denmark Kevin Magnussen 10 ▲8
10 Netherlands Max Verstappen 8 ▼4
11 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne 6 ▼2
12 Sweden Marcus Ericsson 2 ▲7
13 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. 1 ▼3
14 France Esteban Ocon 1 ▼2
Constructors World Championship
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 Italy Ferrari 65
2 Germany Mercedes 55
3 United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 22 ▲1
4 Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 20 ▼1
5 France Renault 15
6 Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 12 ▲3
7 United States Haas-Ferrari 10 ▲3
8 Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 2 ▼1
9 India Force India-Mercedes 1 ▼3
Only point scoring drivers and constructors are shown.

ReferencesEdit

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V T E 2018 Formula One Season
Teams Ferrari • Force India • Haas • McLaren • Mercedes • Red Bull • Renault • Sauber • Toro Rosso • Williams
Engines Ferrari • Honda • Mercedes • Renault • TAG Heuer
Drivers alphabetically Alonso • Bottas • Ericsson • Gasly • Grosjean • Hamilton • Hartley • Hülkenberg • Leclerc • Magnussen • Ocon • Pérez • Räikkönen • Ricciardo • Sainz • Sirotkin • Stroll • Vandoorne • Verstappen • Vettel
Drivers by number Vandoorne • 3 Ricciardo • 5 Vettel • 7 Räikkönen • 8 Grosjean • 9 Ericsson • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 14 Alonso • 16 Leclerc • 18 Stroll • 20 Magnussen • 27 Hülkenberg • 28 Hartley • 31 Ocon • 33 Verstappen • 35 Sirotkin • 44 Hamilton • 55 Sainz • 77 Bottas
Other Drivers
Cars Ferrari SF71H • Force India VJM11 • Haas VF-18 • McLaren MCL33 • Mercedes AMG F1 W09 EQ Power+ • Red Bull RB14 • Renault R.S.18 • Sauber C37 • Toro Rosso STR13 • Williams FW41
Tyres Pirelli
Races Australia • Bahrain • China • Azerbaijan • Spain • Monaco • Canada • France • Austria • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Singapore • Russia • Japan • United States • Mexico • Brazil • Abu Dhabi
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Circuits Bahrain International Circuit (2004–present)
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