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Bahrain Grand Prix 2016 Preview: Start Time, TV Info, Weather, Schedule, Odds

With one round down and 20 to go, Formula One heads to the Middle East for its first night race of the year. The 2016 Bahrain Grand Prix will be the third to be held under floodlights, with the race starting minutes after sunset. The sport arrives in Bahrain on the back of one of the most exciting season-opening races in recent years. Nico Rosberg's victory in Australia gave him the world championship lead for the first time since 2014, and he'll be hoping to secure his first-ever victory at Sakhir on Sunday. Rosberg's team-mate Lewis Hamilton, second in Melbourne, is seeking his third Bahrain victory, as is Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari. But the most successful driver in the Gulf state, Fernando Alonso, has been ruled out of the race weekend...

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