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Apr 4, 2014
Apr 4, 2014
Apr 4, 2014

Hamilton shines in Bahrain practice

MANAMA (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton led Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg in a shimmering one-two in floodlit practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix on Friday.

The 2008 world champion, winner in steamy Malaysia last weekend ahead of championship leader Rosberg, picked up where he left off on the first day of action at the Sakhir desert circuit.

Apr 4, 2014
Apr 4, 2014

Hamilton on top in first Bahrain practice

MANAMA (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton picked up where he left off by leading Nico Rosberg in a Mercedes one-two in first practice for the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix on Friday.

The 2008 world champion, winner in steamy Malaysia last weekend ahead of championship leader Rosberg, completed 14 laps and was fastest around the Sakhir circuit with a best time of one minute 37.502 seconds.

Apr 4, 2014

Motor racing-Hamilton on top in first Bahrain practice

MANAMA, April 4 (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton picked up where he left off by leading Nico Rosberg in a Mercedes one-two in first practice for the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix on Friday.

The 2008 world champion, winner in steamy Malaysia last weekend ahead of championship leader Rosberg, completed 14 laps and was fastest around the Sakhir circuit with a best time of one minute 37.502 seconds.

Apr 4, 2014
Apr 4, 2014

Old V8 engines were too noisy, says Warwick

MANAMA (Reuters) – Formula One’s old V8 engines were too noisy and the paying public – in Britain at least – is showing no signs of being turned off by the quieter new V6 turbos, F1 steward and former racer Derek Warwick said on Friday.

The 59-year-old, president of the British Racing Drivers’ Club whose Silverstone circuit hosts the British Grand Prix, played down fears voiced by some promoters that a drop in decibels would impact on ticket sales.

Apr 4, 2014

Motor racing-Old V8 engines were too noisy, says Warwick

MANAMA, April 4 (Reuters) – Formula One’s old V8 engines were too noisy and the paying public – in Britain at least – is showing no signs of being turned off by the quieter new V6 turbos, F1 steward and former racer Derek Warwick said on Friday.

The 59-year-old, president of the British Racing Drivers’ Club whose Silverstone circuit hosts the British Grand Prix, played down fears voiced by some promoters that a drop in decibels would impact on ticket sales.

Apr 4, 2014
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