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Bahrain F1 Grand Prix 2014 Results: Winner, Final Standings and Reaction

Bahrain had already seen just how dominant the Mercedes cars of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton had been in the qualifying sessions, and another front-row lockout gave both the best possible start to proceedings. Straight from the off, the power of the Mercedes engine was clear as the race settled into a familiar pattern over the first few laps. Adrian Sutil, who had already been given a five-place grid penalty after the FIA deemed the Sauber driver to have held up Lotus’ Romain Grosjean in an unsafe manner during qualifying, was also part of an incident being investigated after a coming-together with Jules Bianchi on Lap 14. Although he crawled on for a couple more laps, Sutil eventually retired early. As the battle began to he...

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