Bahrain GP: The good, the bad and the boring

Bahrain GP: The good, the bad and the boring

The racing may have been processional, but as AUTOSPORT's technical editor Gary Anderson explains, the level of innovation on display up and down the pitlane during the first grand prix of the year was startling

The first grand prix of the season is always a fascinating time for looking at car developments – because the teams run their most recent creation for real with all the latest development parts fitted.

The Bahrain Grand Prix was no exception. Teams had to cope with extreme temperatures as well as new regulations at the start of what still looks like being a fantastic season – despite much criticism about what we saw on Sunday.

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