Bahrain GP technical round-up

Bahrain GP technical round-up

It's only a week since China, but the F1 field still brought some intriguing Bahrain upgrades for AUTOSPORT's Craig Scarborough to investigate, with Red Bull in particular piling on the new parts

As the Bahrain Grand Prix is the second race of a back-to-back with China, relatively few new developments appeared during Friday practice. But Formula 1 being what it is, there are inevitably some interesting new parts on display, notably from Red Bull.

Several updates featured on the RB9, including a blown axle and revised fences on the floor ahead of the rear axle. There was also a rather strange part used during pitstop practice, of which more later.

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