Some important milestones will be reached this weekend as the Bahrain International Circuit will become a night race for the first time since its initial inclusion to the F1 calendar a decade ago, thus following in the footsteps of the successful Singapore Grand Prix.
There has also been an unwanted political side to Bahrain's history in Formula 1. Back in 2011, in the wake of the Arab Spring, tensions in the region caused the race to be cancelled. Even upon its return the following year, not everyone welcomed it with open arms, but a sense of tranquility has descended upon the track.
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