t">Max Chilton leads Jules Bianchi The third race of the new season sees the addition of a new night race to the calendar as the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix aims to deliver a spectacular display of floodlit racing on the occasion of the 10th anniversary race.
The Bahrain event is typically a challenging one, due to what are normally similar air temperatures to those experienced last week in Malaysia, although without the fierce humidity. Temperatures do fall considerably in the evening though, so this back to back is challenging more for the tight turnaround between races than the ambient conditions.
John Booth, Team Principal: “We head pretty much straight into the Bahrain Grand...
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