Bahrain Grand Prix: Renault Sport F1 preview Sakhir weekend 2 April, 2014 Sakhir is a typical modern track – wide, with long periods of wide open throttle followed by tight, low speed corners.
The circuit includes four straights, starting with the 1km pit straight. After that there is the 500m burst between Turns 3 and 4, then the slightly longer straight linking T10 and 11 and then the final drag from T13 to T14, which is approximately the same length as the pit straight.
With the ICE and turbocharger working at full revs for around 60% of the lap, Sakhir sits in the middle of the table for Power Unit demands. The straights give plenty of opportunity for the MGU-H to recover energy from...
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