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Bahrain confirms night race timetable

The tenth Bahrain Grand Prix has been confirmed as the latest addition to F1's growing roster of 'after dark' events, with official sources releasing a timetable that will see both qualifying and the race itself take place under lights.Joining Singapore and Abu Dhabi as hosts of the sport's night races, Bahrain International Circuit will utilise the floodlighting system installed ahead of last year's World Superbike Championship event, with the grand prix – round three of the 2014 calendar between 4-6 April – shifting to a 6pm start time.Qualifying will take place at the same time on Saturday, with Bahrain local time being three hours ahead of GMT. The weekend will kick off at 2pm...
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