Do we refer this season the team Mercedes to such overwhelming dominance as the Red Bull had last year? The question hangs in the air and for the sake of the fans and hopefully not but for now the German team continues to show strength for example signing a double in the first two practice sessions of the Bahrain GP.
These two practice sessions meant the beginning of the third Grand Prix of the season that Lewis Hamilton is postulated as the favorite. The British driver comes in the form after winning just 7 days ago in Malaysia and has a great car that has allowed him to be the best of the day with a time of 1’34 “325 scored in the second session which were lowered much times obtained in the first.
Nico Rosberg was behind his teammate in both sessions. The German gave a couple of tenths in the first and three in the second, a significant difference but a pittance when you consider that Hamilton excelled in more than one second to Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard was ranked third in both batches being the best out of the Mercedes in a day of many tests but with little new about the cars that competed in Malaysia. Worst he went to Kimi Raikkonen who had mechanical problems. Read more »