Formula 1 delivers another great race with the Bahrain Grand Prix and Formula Feud have you covered with all the news and results following the weekend. It was a another race where Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel optimized their strategy to bring home the victory. Lewis Hamilton incurred an unfortunate penalty that some think cost him the race but his teammate, Valtteri Bottas, could not hang in long enough to convert his first career pole to a win. Kimi Raikkonen also seemed to be off the pace which leads us to a topic that will surely be a theme all season long, second drivers and their roles in the teams. After only 3 races, are we certain that the driver’s title only has two contenders?
Brad and Brandon discuss the other stars and stooges from the weekend including another double points finish for Force India. With the midfield teams looking like it is either feast or famine every time they hit the track, Formula Feud thinks this is a year where the drivers will have to put it all on the line.
Besides the race, there were some other big stories in Formula 1. Including the announcement that Fernando Alonso will not race for McLaren at the Monaco Grand Prix because he will racing at the Indy 500. McLaren and Honda’s problems seem to be going from bad to worse and many believe that this is part of a bigger plan to keep two time world champion happy. However, with no other option on the horizon, Fernando might be doomed to go down with the sinking ship.
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