2008 Bahrain Formula 1 GP – Race Result – Massa wins

Podium Bahrain F1 2008

First win (and first points) of the season for Felipe Massa, first 1-2 finish for Ferarri (and for anybody) this season, second consecutive podium for Robert Kubica. Race to forget for McLaren …

2008 Bahrain Formula 1 GP Result:

1. F. Massa – Ferrari – 1:31:06.970
2. K. Räikkönen – Ferrari + 3.339
3. R. Kubica – BMW Sauber + 4.998
4. N. Heidfeld – BMW Sauber + 8.409
5. H. Kovalainen – McLaren + 26.789
6. J. Trulli – Toyota + 41.314
7. M. Webber – Red Bull + 45.473
8. N. Rosberg – Williams + 55.889


9. T. Glock – Toyota + 1:09.500
10. F. Alonso – Renault + 1:17.181
11. R. Barrichello – Honda + 1:17.862
12. G. Fisichella – Force India + 1 laps
13. L. Hamilton – McLaren + 1 laps
14. K. Nakajima – Williams + 1 laps
15. S. Bourdais – Toro Rosso + 1 laps
16. A. Davidson – Super Aguri + 1 laps
17. T. Sato – Super Aguri + 1 laps
18. D. Coulthard – Red Bull + 1 laps
19. A. Sutil – Force India + 2 laps

DNF

20. N. Piquet – Renault + 16 laps
21. J. Button – Honda + 37 laps
22. S. Vettel – Toro Rosso + 57 laps

Fastest Lap: H. Kovalainen – 1:33.193 – Lap 49

Photo: © BMW AG

6 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Steve RobboNo Gravatar says:

    Poor race for McLaren = good race for BMW.

    I can’t believe how close the top three teams are in the constructors’ championship after three races.

    Steve Robbo’s last blog post..Bahrain Grand Prix

  2. StewNo Gravatar says:

    Is it possible that BMW-Sauber is the new number 2 team? I don’t know yet, but it’s looking good for them.

    What happened to McLaren. No pace at all and Lewis blew it big time.

    Massa’s back. Very fast the whole weekend and blew away Kubica on the start.

    Stew’s last blog post..Kubica Takes BMW-Sauber to Pole in Bahrain

  3. danielNo Gravatar says:

    looked at the video from the hamilton – alonso incident, cant understand what happens.. the mclaren just goes straight into the renault.. some talk about alonso breaking.. but does not seem so.

    impressive start by massa, and kovalainen did really well. toyota also seems to have found some pace!

    daniel’s last blog post..Bahrain Grand Prix: Massa, Kimi & Kubica [Nu med video på Coulthard & Button + starten + Hamilton kör in i Alonso]

  4. zblkhwkNo Gravatar says:

    Ferrari’s looked like they were the best by far, same as last race. Sauber and McLaren seem equal. The Toyota’s pace has been surprising.

    Williams has appeared to slip since Australia and has Red Bull to some extent.

    Renault is definately the disappointment for the year. They simply do not have the pace to keep up and are relagated to fighting for the last points each week.

    I look forward to see if anyone can keep up with Ferrari next race, or if they are truelly the dominate team they appear.

  5. AndyNo Gravatar says:

    Ferrari are so good it’s scary… their one weakness is that both drivers are capable of having off days, Massa through bad driving, Kimi through bad attitude – sometimes he just doesn’t seem to fully turn up for the job.

    I wonder how long before Trulli outpaces a McLaren?

    Andy’s last blog post..IndyCar: form book upset in wet St Petersburg

  6. F1WolfNo Gravatar says:

    Looks like this time McLarens weren’t even equal to BMWs … OK, Heikki managed the fastest lap, but at that time neither of the top 4 had any reason to push the car to the limit …

    But … Ferrari had big day off in Melbourne, McLarens in Bahrain … looks like things can be changing from track to track….

    Ferrari dominance was scare though, and Kimi still complained about not much going right for him for the whole weekend :-)

    Three weeks and some testing before next race though … Thinks can turn around, Renault for sure hope so …

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