Formula 1 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix

data

2020-11-29
15
Bahrain International Circuit
Lewis Hamilton HAM
Lewis Hamilton HAM
Max Verstappen
lap 48 - 1:32.14
VER

The 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix was won by Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes.

The race in Bahrain was round 15 of 17 of the 2020 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 29 November 2020 14:10 GMT (raceday).

Clear
77.14°F
62%
7.85 mph
98°
 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 57 2:59:47.515 25
2 57 +1.254 19
3 57 +8.005 15
4 57 +11.337 12
5 57 +11.787 10
6 57 +11.942 8
7 57 +19.368 6
8 57 +19.680 4
9 57 +22.803 2
10 56 +1 Lap 1
11 56 +1 Lap 0
12 56 +1 Lap 0
13 56 +1 Lap 0
14 56 +1 Lap 0
15 56 +1 Lap 0
16 56 +1 Lap 0
17 56 +1 Lap 0
18 53 Engine 0
2 Collision 0
0 Collision 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:27.000
2 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes +0.000
3 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.000
4 Alexander Albon Red Bull +1.000
5 Sergio Pérez Racing Point +1.000
6 Daniel Ricciardo Renault +1.000
7 Esteban Ocon Renault +1.000
8 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +1.000
9 Lando Norris McLaren +1.000
10 Daniil Kvyat AlphaTauri +1.000
11 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari +2.000
12 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +2.000
13 Lance Stroll Racing Point +2.000
14 George Russell Williams +4.000
15 Carlos Sainz McLaren +1.000
16 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo +2.000
17 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo +2.000
18 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +3.000
19 Romain Grosjean Haas F1 Team +3.000
20 Nicholas Latifi Williams +3.000

driver positions through the laps

2020 Bahrain Grand Prix

The 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix (formally known as the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2020) is a Formula One motor race that is to take place on 29 November 2020 at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain. The race is the fifteenth round of the 2020 Formula One World Championship and marks the 16th time that the Bahrain Grand Prix has been run as a round of the Formula One World Championship.


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Autosport has produced a standalone special magazine to celebrate its 70th birthday. To order your copy of the 196-page Autosport 70th Anniversary issue, please go to: autosport.com/autosport70th<br>It’s incredibly flattering for me, later in my life, to have people like Patrick Head and Adrian Newey saying I always gave my all. Christian Horner mentioned that to me as well – he said he was a ...

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Perez has two races remaining with the Racing Point team before leaving, after it opted to trigger an exit clause in his contract so it could sign four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel from Ferrari.<br>After being rebuffed by Williams and missing out on seats at Haas and Alfa Romeo, Perez has been left chasing the vacant seat at Red Bull as his only option to stay in F1 full-time next year ...

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The images of Romain Grosjean leaping from his burning Haas VF-20 shocked Formula 1 and the watching world. The pictures, which show the devastation of the incident, made the front pages of national newspapers in the UK.<br>The overwhelming feeling following such an incident is relief. But, at the same time, the championship and the FIA, as its regulator, now need to answer many questions about ...

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The Bahrain Grand Prix may have been the first 'dead rubber' of the 2020 Formula 1 season, but it is a race that will live long in the memory.<br>Unfortunately, it is not for the reasons we would like. Romain Grosjean's horrific crash on the opening lap served as a shocking reminder of the dangers still present in F1, but also just how far safety levels have come following his dramatic ...

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In the wake of Sergio Perez's late race retirement that left his flaming car at the side of the circuit, a fire marshal ran across the track right in front of Norris' car.<br>Norris came on the team radio and exclaimed his surprise at what happened.<br>"There's a guy f***ing running across the track.. that's the bravest guy I've ever seen," said the young Briton.<br>With F1 well aware of the ...

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It was the Finn's second consecutive disastrous Sunday after his 14th place in the rain-affected event in Turkey, where he spun six times.<br>Mercedes went into the race with less of a safety net than rivals, as both Bottas and teammate Lewis Hamilton had one set of hards and two sets of mediums left, while most of their rivals had a second set of hards<br>Bottas got away badly at the original ...

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After first lap contact with Daniil Kvyat, Haas driver Grosjean struck the barrier at 221km/h at a sharp angle, prising the layers apart and allowing the chassis to pass through while splitting the whole rear of the car off.<br>Masi, who oversaw the metal barrier's replacement with concrete blocks for the race restart, agreed that lessons would be learned.<br>"The amount of energy that was just ...

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Verstappen scored a comfortable second place finish at the Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday, spending all but two laps of the race running in P2.<br>Verstappen sat around five seconds behind Hamilton nearing the first round of pit stops, but couldn’t try and get the undercut after Mercedes called in the race leader before Red Bull could stop.<br>It denied Verstappen a chance to get the ...

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That the Frenchman was able to climb out of his disintegrated Haas, which had plunged through the crash barriers and burst into flames, was rightly hailed by many as a miracle.<br>But while there was some good luck involved in the accident – especially with the way Grosjean stayed conscious and his car came to a rest the right way up – hard science and F1 safety protocols did play a huge part ...

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Ilott, 22, is part of Ferrari’s young driver programme, and currently sits second in the F2 points standings heading into this weekend’s Bahrain finale.<br>The British driver had been linked with possible F1 seats at both Haas and Alfa Romeo in 2021 given the team’s ties with Ferrari.<br>Ilott was due to feature in opening practice for Haas at the Eifel Grand Prix last month, only for the ...

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Haas F1 driver Grosjean sustained burns to the backs of his hands in a terrifying crash on the opening lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday, leaving him in need of treatment in hospital.<br>Although Grosjean is set to be released from hospital on Tuesday, Haas has announced that he is unable to race in the Sakhir Grand Prix this weekend.<br>As a result, Haas reserve driver Fittipaldi will get ...

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The Frenchman received burns to the back of his hands but was otherwise uninjured in the 221km/h accident.<br>In a short statement released on Monday, the team noted: "Romain Grosjean is continuing his convalescence at the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) hospital having remained there overnight following Sunday's incident at the Bahrain GP.<br>"Treatment on the burns Grosjean sustained on the back of ...

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Grosjean’s own team boss Gunther Steiner has also supported the coverage, saying it was important for people at home to know what had happened.<br>After the initial live shot showing Grosjean’s Haas car exploding in the background, nothing was broadcast until the Frenchman was seen sitting in the FIA medical car being attended to by Dr Ian Roberts.<br>Even though it was clear that the driver ...

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Graham Hill had got wind that his driving partner for the 1972 Le Mans 24 Hours wasn't best pleased about sharing his Matra with a 43-year-old whose star was fading. So the double Formula 1 world champion, ever the joker, tried to trick Henri Pescarolo.<br>It was Hill's first test for the French manufacturer, and he decided to play up to his teammate's expectations as he clambered aboard.<br>The ...

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Next June, Juan Pablo Montoya will make his third attempt at capturing Le Mans glory to add to his Monaco F1 and Indy 500 triumphs, but he'll find it a near-impossible ask in an LMP2 car. And it probably won't be until 2023 that Fernando Alonso, Monaco GP and LM24 winner, gets his fourth attempt to add Indy 500 glory to his résumé.<br>Thus it's almost certain that Graham Hill will hold the ...

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Haas F1 driver Grosjean crashed out exiting Turn 3 on the opening lap of the race in Bahrain on Sunday, hitting the barrier on the right-hand side of the track at 137 mph with a force of over 50g.<br>The severity of the collision with the barrier tore Grosjean's Haas VF-20 car in two, and caused a huge fire to break out.<br>Grosjean was able to escape from the fire quickly and was swiftly met by ...

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Racing Point driver Perez made a superb launch from sixth on the grid to take third at the initial race start, before Grosjean's crash exiting Turn 3 on the opening lap brought out the red flags.<br>At the restart, Perez maintained his hold on third place and was set to score his second podium in as many races until a suspected MGU-K failure with three laps to go forced him out and resulted in the ...

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Roberts was widely praised after he, FIA medical car driver Alan van der Merwe and local marshals rushed to Grosjean's aid after the Frenchman's huge crash on the first lap of the race.<br>The Frenchman escaped with burns to his hands but will spend the night in hospital.<br>"There was a massive flame and we arrived to a very odd scene where you've got half a car pointing in the wrong direction ...

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Grosjean was transferred to hospital following a terrifying crash on the opening lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix that saw his Haas F1 car tear into two parts after hitting the barrier at Turn 3.<br>Grosjean was able to escape the wreckage despite a large fire being sparked and the monocoque being embedded in the guardrail, and was quickly met by medical staff.<br>Haas said soon after the accident ...

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Grosjean's Haas was fired into the barrier on the exit of Turn 3 on the opening lap following contact with Daniel Kvyat's AlphaTauri, and the car was split in half upon impact, with the survival cell engulfed in flames.<br>The Frenchman was able to extract himself before being taken to hospital with suspected broken ribs and minor burns to his hands and ankles.<br>The race was halted while repairs ...

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Grosjean crashed on the opening lap of Sunday's race after making contact with Daniil Kvyat at the exit of Turn 3, sending his Haas car into the wall on the right-hand side of the track at high speed.<br>The crash saw Grosjean's car get torn in half, leaving the monocoque including the halo and survival cell embedded in the metal guardrail while a big fire began.<br>Grosjean was able to escape ...

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The AlphaTauri driver was swiped by Grosjean on the run out of the opening corner sequence in Bahrain, and that impact turned the Haas car right into the crash barriers.<br>Grosjean’s car then split in two as it went through the guardrail, erupting in flames as the Frenchman had to move quickly to get himself out of the fire.<br>He was flown by helicopter to hospital with light burns and ...

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The Frenchman escaped with relatively minor injuries after contact with Daniil Kvyat sent his Haas off the road.<br>The chassis went through the barrier, with the entire rear end breaking away, starting a spectacular fire.<br>Grosjean escaped on his own with help from FIA medical delegate Ian Roberts, who was one of the first people on the scene.<br>Brawn admitted he was worried by the way the ...

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Contact with Daniil Kvyat resulted in Grosjean crashing out at Turn 4, with the impact with the barrier tearing his Haas F1 car in two before sparking a large fire.<br>Grosjean was able to clamber out of the wreckage that was quickly tended to by the FIA medical staff, who helped subdue the fire using extinguishers.<br>Grosjean has since been taken to hospital in Bahrain with a suspected broken ...

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Hamilton led from pole, as fellow front row starter Valtteri Bottas plummeted to sixth, but the race was quickly red flagged when Grosjean’s Haas clipped Daniil Kvyat’s AlphaTauri on the exit of Turn 3 and speared off to the right of the track and hit the Armco, bursting into flames as his car split in two. Thankfully, Grosjean was able to get out of his burning car and was immediately ...

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The race was also by disrupted by two safety cars in incidents that eliminated both Racing Point drivers, but will be forever remembered for the horrifying incident on the opening lap that involved Grosjean escaping his burning car after piercing one of the track's barriers after making contact with Daniil Kvyat.<br>At the initial start, Valtteri Bottas made a slow getaway from second when the ...

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Grosjean ploughed headlong into the barriers after a collision with the AlphaTauri of Daniil Kvyat at the exit of Turn 3, with his Haas splitting in two and immediately bursting into a ball of flame.<br>The French driver was able to emerge from the burning chassis without external assistance and was then helped away by the FIA's Dr. Ian Roberts, while medical car driver Alan van der Merwe grabbed ...

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Grosjean crashed heavily at Turn 3 after making contact with Daniil Kvyat on the first lap in Bahrain, with the impact at the barrier tearing his car in half and causing a huge fire.<br>Grosjean clambered out of the fire at the wreckage unassisted, and was quickly met by van der Merwe and Dr. Ian Roberts, the FIA’s deputy medical delegate and doctor for F1 events, both of whom had run towards ...

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Grosjean crashed heavily exiting Turn 4 on the opening lap of Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix, hitting the barrier with such force that his car was torn in half, with the monocoque and survival cell becoming lodged within the barrier.<br>Grosjean was able to clamber out of the wreckage despite a large fire starting almost immediately, and was taken quickly to the medical car. The race was immediately ...

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The Frenchman was involved in a coming-together with a number of other cars as they battled for positions at Sakhir's first corner.<br>Coming out of the opening sequence, Grosjean's car speared towards the inside barriers – and on impact there was a fireball explosion.<br>The race was immediately stopped, and Grosjean was able to inform his team on the radio that he was okay.<br>Television ...

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After sampling the prototype C3 tyres in practice for this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Hamilton expressed his frustration that Pirelli “had two years now to develop a better tyre” and that F1 has “arrived with a tyre that's three kilos heavier and it's like a second worse per lap”. <br>Formula 1 has had a single tyre supplier since 2007 – when the Michelin vs Bridgestone tyre ...

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Although Mercedes stopped development of its current W11 several months ago so it could focus on work for next year, the German car manufacturer has still maintained its pace advantage.<br>At this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Verstappen ended up 0.414 seconds adrift of pole position man Lewis Hamilton.<br>But while Verstappen would like to be closer to Mercedes, he is aware that there are some ...

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Leclerc slumped to 12th place in qualifying on Saturday at the Bahrain International Circuit, losing out in Q2 to Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel, who will start one place ahead in 11th.<br>It marked just the fourth time this year that Vettel has managed to outqualify Leclerc, who has led Ferrari’s efforts through much of the season so far.<br>For Leclerc, it was a further turnaround in ...

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A number of senior drivers, including Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, hit out at the 2021 prototypes following testing in Bahrain on Friday, with some calling for the current tyres to be kept for next year.<br>However, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said that F1 needed to accept the slower rubber because Pirelli’s 2021 plans were about making the tyres more robust and avoiding the failures that ...

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With Pierre Gasly already confirmed in the other seat, Kyvat’s place at the Faenza team is looking uncertain. F2 star Yuki Tsunoda is widely expected to be promoted, while Alex Albon is also potentially in the mix if he’s dropped by Red Bull Racing.<br>However, Kvyat says that he’s already heard from potential employers in other categories, and his manager Nicolas Todt is looking at ...

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Lewis Hamilton will line up on pole position ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas, as Mercedes locked out the front row for the 11th time this season.<br>The two Red Bulls will start third and fourth on the grid, led by Max Verstappen, while Sergio Perez qualified his Racing Point in fifth.<br>When is the Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix? <br>The Bahrain Grand Prix will be held on November 29 ...

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Turkish GP pole man Stroll had been an encouraging second in Q1, after a strong second run left him behind only Lewis Hamilton – who went on to take pole.<br>The mix-up was a blow for the Silverstone team in its battle for third in the constructors’ championship on a day when both Renaults were inside the top 10. Stroll used up a set of medium tyres in Q1, and then he had another new set ...

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The father of current Red Bull Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen and veteran of 106 grands prix has tested a variety of cars this year, and recently completed a run in an LMP3 car at Portimao with Spanish outfit Team Virage.<br>Verstappen Sr. has not raced competitively since an outing at a Baku sportscar race in 2012, with his most recent appearance at the 24 Hours of Le Mans coming in 2009 for ...

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F1 is currently weighing up a possible engine development freeze from 2022 in order to allow Red Bull to keep using Honda's power units after the Japanese manufacturer's exit from the series at the end of next year.<br>Ferrari revealed on Friday that it was no longer against to the engine freeze, leaving only Renault in opposition to the plans.<br>Both Ferrari F1 chief Mattia Binotto and Red Bull ...

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