The Formula 1 bandwagon will roll into Shanghai this weekend for the Chinese Grand Prix. It may only be the third race of the season, but early Championship leader Sebastian Vettel will be determined to maintain his fast start, while other drivers will feel that their campaigns are already in danger of stalling.
The 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix promises to be an exciting one after the F1 season launch in Melbourne just two weeks ago.
It’s been three and a half long months since the 2017 season ended but Sunday 25th March will see the return of Formula 1 as the new championship kicks off in Melbourne, Australia.
The 2017 Formula 1 racing season concluded just over a week ago, and saw British favourite Lewis Hamilton take the fourth Drivers’ Championship title of his career.
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