The Bahrain Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Pete Anderson from The Red Line.
Motorsport can be a cruel and fickle sport, and for no-one was that truer than Charles Leclerc in the final 15 laps of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
For all the interest and intrigue that comes with the first round of the season, Formula One left the Australian Grand Prix asking only one major question: what happened to Ferrari?
There's never been a better time to talk about cigarettes, and Michael does exactly that, among other topics, with Dieter Rencken from RaceFans.net. Rodney Gordon from Superlicense F1 Podcast steps in to substitute for political prisoner Rob James and the mysteriously absent Peter McGinley.
For the second Chinese Grand Prix in a row Michael hasn't been deported from the airport, Rob talks football and F1 analogies and Peter dishes out questionable race-themed culinary advice.
Vlatteri Bottas congratulates Sebastian Vettel on winning the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix.
A number-one driver needs a certain killer instinct. Bottas seems to lack it.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Bahrain Grand Prix with BBC F1 commentator Jack Nicholls.
Sebastian Vettel celebrates on the podium at the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari had to earn its win at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel on track at the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel outfoxed Mercedes in the dying moments of the Bahrain Grand Prix to win his 200th race start.
Sebastian Vettel on track at the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel pipped teammate Kimi Raikkonen after the flag in Q3 to take pole in his 200th race.
Featuring Rodney Gordon. We discuss panel operators losing their $90 million prize money bonuses and what sound an F1 'flash in the pan' makes, plus Peter McGinley lives the shock jock dream by walking back some accidentally controversial comments.
Kimi Raikkonen on the 2018 Australian Grand Prix podium.
If Kimi Raikkonen has some sort of bond with the Bahrain Grand Prix, now's the time to exploit it.
Ferrari's Maurizio Arrivabene, Mercedes's Toto Wolff and Red Bull Racing's Christian Horner in te Friday press conference at the 2018 Australian Grand Prix.
F1 will present teams with a major blueprint for 2021 ahead of this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel celebrates his victory on the Bahrain Grand Prix podium.
If Bahrain is the template for racing in 2017, the European season should be a series of thrillers.
Is it time for team orders at Mercedes?
Equality has been the name of Mercedes's game — but will a Ferrari title challenge force the team's hand?
Vettel beats Mercedes in Bahrain
Vettel leads the title race after beating Hamilton and Bottas to Bahrain victory.
Bottas best in Bahrain qualifying
Valtteri Bottas beat Lewis Hamilton by 0.023 seconds to take his first career F1 pole.
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Nico Rosberg made it two from two in 2016 by beating Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain.