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Bahrain Grand Prix: Williams preview Sakhir weekend

Bahrain Grand Prix: Williams preview Sakhir weekend 2 April, 2014 Having conducted two four-day test sessions at the Bahrain International Circuit in February and March, the Kingdom feels like a second home for the teams in 2014. The weather is always good, but that won't be especially relevant come the race because this event is F1′s latest night race. It will start at 1800 local time, so just as in Singapore and Abu Dhabi the drivers will race under floodlights. The layout is defined by four relatively long straights, leading into heavy braking zones. As a result, stability under braking and good traction are vital to a good lap time, as is an efficient DRS system. If it's windy...
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