hamilton victory BahrainGP 2019

All practice times, pole position time, qualifying times and race result for the F1 Bahrain GP 2019 in Sakhir at a glance:

Final Results and Standing, March 3rd 2019:

This was the 74th Grand Prix victory in Lewis Hamilton’s career and it is one of his lucky victories on his resume. Man of the day in Bahrain was actually Ferrari rookie Charles Leclerc, who led most of the race until he got problems with the MGU-K of his his Ferrari failed. He was lucky to get on the podium as he finished the race under yellow flags.

Sebastian Vettel had a day to forget. After a duel with Hamilton, he span and fell behind. Worse, he drove over his front wing which came loose following this incident. After that, it was damage control for the German. He finished his race in fifth place even behind Red Bull Max Verstappen (4).

Noteworthy, great performance by rookie Lando Norris in his McLaren. He finished his race in sixth place – a big surprise after such a miserable season last year.

1. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 1:34:21.295
2. Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes +2,980 seconds
3. Charles Leclerc – Ferrari +6,131
4. Max Verstappen – Red Bull +6,408
5. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari +36,068
6. Lando Norris – McLaren +45,754
7. Kimi Räikkönen – Alfa Romeo +47,470
8. Pierre Gasly – Red Bull +58,094
9. Alexander Albon – Toro Rosso +1:02,697 Minuten
10. Sergio Perez – Racing Point +1:03,696
11. Antonio Giovinazzi – Alfa Romeo +1:04,599
12. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso +1 Rd.
13. Kevin Magnussen – Haas +1 Rd.
14. Lance Stroll – Racing Point +1 Rd.
15. George Russell – Williams +1 Rd.
16. Robert Kubica – Williams +2 Rd.

Not ranked: Daniel Ricciardo – Renault, Nico Hülkenberg – Renault, Carlos Sainz Jr. – McLaren, Romain Grosjean – Haas

Drivers Standing:

1. Valtteri Bottas (Finnland) Mercedes – 44 points
2. Lewis Hamilton (Großbritannien) Mercedes – 43
3. Max Verstappen (Niederlande) Red Bull – 27
4. Charles Leclerc (Monaco) Ferrari – 26
5. Sebastian Vettel (Deutschland) Ferrari – 22
6. Kimi Räikkönen (Finnland) Alfa Romeo – 10
7. Lando Norris (Großbritannien) McLaren – 8
8. Kevin Magnussen (Dänemark) Haas – 8
9. Nico Hülkenberg (Deutschland) Renault – 6
10. Pierre Gasly (Frankreich) Red Bull – 4
11. Lance Stroll (Kanada) Racing Point – 2
12. Alexander Albon (Thailand) Toro Rosso – 2
13. Daniil Kvyat (Russland) Toro Rosso – 1
14. Sergio Perez (Mexiko) Racing Point – 1
15. Antonio Giovinazzi (Italien) Alfa Romeo – 0
16. George Russell (Großbritannien) Williams – 0
17. Robert Kubica (Polen) Williams – 0
18. Romain Grosjean (Frankreich) Haas – 0
19. Daniel Ricciardo (Australien) Renault – 0
20. Carlos Sainz Jr. (Spanien) McLaren – 0

Happy Winner! Credit: Mercedes

Constructors’ Championship:

1. Mercedes – 87 points
2. Ferrari – 48
3. Red Bull – 31
4. Alfa Romeo – 10
5. McLaren – 8
6. Haas – 8
7. Renault – 6
8. Toro Rosso – 3
9. Racing Point – 3
10. Williams – 0


Qualifying, March 30th 2019:

In the 999th race of the F1 history, Formula 1 had its 99th pole setter: Charles Leclerc had the fastest lap, making him the second youngest winner after Sebastian Vettel in Monza in 2008. Leclerc German Ferrari teammate had the second fastest lap, almost three-tenths of a second slower.

In row two are both silver arrows: Lewis Hamilton is 0.324 seconds behind the pole setter, championship leader Valtteri Bottas is fourth behind his team mate. In fifth place, Red Bull Max Verstappen ahead of Kevin Magnussen (Haas).

1. Charles Leclerc – Ferrari 1:27,866 minutes
2. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari +0,294 seconds
3. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes +0,324
4. Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes +0,390
5. Max Verstappen – Red Bull +0,886
6. Kevin Magnussen – Haas +0,891
7. Carlos Sainz Jr. – McLaren +0,947
8. Romain Grosjean – Haas +1,149
9. Kimi Räikkönen – Alfa Romeo +1,156
10. Lando Norris – McLaren +1,177
11. Daniel Ricciardo – Renault 1:29,488 Min.
12. Alexander Albon – Toro Rosso +0,025 Sek.
13. Pierre Gasly – Red Bull +0,038
14. Sergio Perez – Racing Point +0,268
15. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso +0,366
16. Antonio Giovinazzi – Alfa Romeo 1:30,026 Min.
17. Nico Hülkenberg – Renault +0,008 Sek.
18. Lance Stroll – Racing Point+0,191
19. George Russell – Williams +1,733
20. Robert Kubica – Williams +1,773

Practice 3, March 30th 2019:

Ferrari’s dominance in Bahrain continues on Saturday. Charles Leclerc completes the final training in the desert with 0.15 seconds ahead of his teammate Sebastian Vettel.

With a gap of seven and eight-tenths of a second behind: Mercedes stars Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. That Ferrari engine works in the desert of Bahrain was demonstrated by Romain Grosjean in fifth place. Max Verstappen achieved eighth place in the Red Bull. His teammate Pierre Gasly is only twelfth.

1. Charles Leclerc – Ferrari 1:29,569 minutes
2. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari +0,169 seconds
3. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes +0,765
4. Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes +0,820
5. Romain Grosjean – Haas +1,249
6. Nico Hülkenberg – Renault +1,341
7. Lando Norris – McLaren +1,386
8. Max Verstappen – Red Bull +1,390
9. Carlos Sainz Jr. – McLaren +1,396
10. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso +1,604
11. Kimi Räikkönen – Alfa Romeo +1,764
12. Pierre Gasly – Red Bull +1,823
13. Kevin Magnussen – Haas+1,971
14. Lance Stroll – Racing Point +2,049
15. Sergio Perez – Racing Point +2,069
16. Daniel Ricciardo – Renault +2,074
17. Alexander Albon – Toro Rosso +2,110
18. Antonio Giovinazzi – Alfa Romeo +2,563
19. George Russell – Williams +3,818
20. Robert Kubica – Williams +3,956

Practice 2, March 29th 2019:

Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari delivered a strong Friday in Bahrain. In the second session of the day, Vettel achieved a lap time of 1:28.846 minutes ahead of teammate Charles Leclerc. Ferrari dominated: 0.6 seconds behind Mercedes-Benz World Champion Lewis Hamilton finished third on Vettel’s best time, with World Championship leader Valtteri Bottas in fourth place.

1. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari 1:28.846 minutes
2. Charles Leclerc – Ferrari +0,035 seconds
3. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes +0,603
4. Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes +0,711
5. Nico Hülkenberg – Renault +0,823
6. Max Verstappen – Red Bull +0,879
7. Kevin Magnussen – Haas +1,154
8. Lando Norris – McLaren +1,171
9. Romain Grosjean – Haas +1,222
10. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso +1,247
11. Carlos Sainz Jr. – McLaren +1,346
12. Pierre Gasly – Red Bull +1,583
13. Alexander Albon – Toro Rosso +1,612
14. Sergio Perez – Racing Point +1,870
15. Daniel Ricciardo – Renault +2,002
16. Kimi Räikkönen – Alfa Romeo +2,242
17. Lance Stroll – Racing Point +2,283
18. Antonio Giovinazzi – Alfa Romeo +2,298
19. George Russell – Williams +3,058
20. Robert Kubica – Williams +4,086

Practice 1, March 29th 2019:

Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel strong in Bahrain. Leclerc 0.263 seconds ahead of his teammate on Friday in the first practice session.

1. Charles Leclerc – Ferrari 1:30,354 minutes
2. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari +0,263 seconds
3. Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes +0,974
4. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes +1,247
5. Max Verstappen – Red Bull +1,319
6. Pierre Gasly – Red Bull +1,461
7. Carlos Sainz Jr. – McLaren +1,598
8. Nico Hülkenberg – Renault +1,686
9. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso+1,985
10. Kimi Räikkönen – Alfa Romeo +2,031
11. Daniel Ricciardo – Renault+2,047
12. Kevin Magnussen – Haas +2,248
13. Alexander Albon – Toro Rosso+2,520
14. Sergio Perez – Racing Point +2,531
15. Lando Norris – McLaren +2,591
16. Antonio Giovinazzi – Alfa Romeo +2,595
17. Romain Grosjean – Haas +2,640
18. Lance Stroll – Racing Point+3,164
19. George Russell – Williams +3,834
20. Robert Kubica – Williams +3,899

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