Bahrain Grand Prix 2014. Do you know what is new in Bahrain Grand Prix 2014? It’s going to be a night race. The Bahrain Grand Prix organizers are planning this as a celebration of the 10th anniversary of F1 racing in the tiny Arab country. As of now, only Singapore Grand Prix has night racing facility. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix starts in the evening, but finishes usually in the night.
It will be the third race of the season. The teams and fans will have a good idea about the vehicles and drivers by that time. The race will be held on April 4-6. The surround air will be much cooler than in previous years, as temperature drops drastically in deserts on nightfall.
F1 2014 tickets sales have started. If you want to watch the exciting spectacle of night racing in a desert, never let the chance go.
Fernando Alonso has a great record in Bahrain, having won the event thrice. But the last two years have been Sebastian Vettel’s. He will be looking forward to a hat-trick of wins. The other usual suspects, Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Räikkönen, too would be looking to halt Vettel’s dominance.
The drivers will be damn tired coming into Bahrain Grand Prix 2014 straight from Malaysia. Hardly a week separates Malaysian and Bahrain races. It would be a test of endurance for everybody: drivers, team management, crew members and the vehicles.
Those who cannot go the venue can watch F1 live stream online from anywhere in the world. Don’t miss it.