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Clearly we know that, Mercedes overpowering dominates all sessions of the Grand Prix weekend. The first three rounds of this world championship have issued a few considerable conclusions; mainly all top rivals worried with remarkable advantages of the Mercedes.

Last race at Bahrain saw Sunday night was definitely one of the most excellent of recent years, especially after the Red Bull era last few season.

The last battle was during the night at the top between Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, the second half of the race fights between top team-mates rivalries. Also the equal battle takes place there for you, ‘the odds of winning’.

Former racing driver Alessandro Nannini told SkySportF1 HD  “Its back memories of another great challenge complete dominance of the McLaren-Honda teammates Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna,” Against those two were fighting for the third step of the podium.

Hamilton and Rosberg could start a real fratricidal battle without any team-order. Also the real audience expecting the wheel to wheel fight between teammates.

Even as most of Formula 1 spectators worried about new V6’s noise and fuel regulations. Also they want to turning up the volume of the turbo V6s. The F1 top legendary team Ferrari’s fans poll resulted that 83% of fans are unhappy with the new Formula 1 rules.

Ferrari poll asked the question “Do you like this new Formula 1?” and given the two choice “Yes” and “No”.

The motor racing journalist, Adam Cooper reported that another great article – Mercedes F1 bosses Niki Lauda and Paddy Lowe were both delighted that the exciting Bahrain GP went some way to silence critics of the 2014 rules.
The common Formula 1 followers are expecting another exciting race on next round at China.

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