Vettel won the last Bahrain GP, and the last race two weeks ago, but can he do it again or will Mercedes take their first win of the year?
5.412km long lap
57 lap race
308.484km race distance
13 previous races
5 wins from pole (38.46%)
9 wins from the front row (69.23%)
7 different winners
5 wins from Ferrari
3 wins from Alonso and Vettel
Hamilton on 2 wins
Vettel’s 200th race start (assuming he does)
Bottas’ 100th race
Hamilton’s 100th race for Mercedes
A racing camel can run up to 40mph and maintain 25mph for an hour, with a robot jockey the camel can lap the Bahrain International Circuit in 8:07.080.
Bahrain is in total 765.3 km², making it big enough to fit a total of 88,955,562 McLaren MP4-12C cars, though they wouldn’t be able to move an inch.