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Bahrain Grand Prix 2015: Grading Race on Strategy, Overtaking, Shocks and Drama

The 2015 Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix provided suspense and intrigue all the way to the final lap of the race. Though the predicted Ferrari long-run pace advantage failed to materialise, Kimi Raikkonen still came within a whisker of stealing victory from Lewis Hamilton as Mercedes suffered their most serious in-race reliability problems of the year so far. Raikkonen's challenge came after Sebastian Vettel had fallen out of contention due to a string of errors. The German ended up fifth, unable to pass Valtteri Bottas in the Williams. But the action wasn't confined to the front—close racing and strategic battles were taking place all the way down the field. Here, reviving a series of articles from last season, we grade the race at th...

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