Ferrari finished the Bahrain F1 taking both first and second places with Massa standing proud on the no.1 spot and Kimi standing on his right with a second place finish. This puts the Italians 1 point below BMW in the constructors points, but places Kimi with a 3 point lead on Heidfeld in the BMW with the drivers points.

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Results from 2008 Bahrain F1 GP

1 Felipe Massa (BRA/Ferrari) 1hr31min06.970
2 Kimi Raikkonen (FIN/Ferrari) +3.339
3 Robert Kubica (POL/BMW Sauber) +4.998
4 Nick Heidfeld (GER/BMW Sauber) +8.409
5 Heikki Kovalainen (FIN/McLaren) +26.789
6 Jarno Trulli (ITA/Toyota) +41.314
7 Mark Webber (AUS/Red Bull) +45.473
8 Nico Rosberg (GER/Williams) +55.889
9 Timo Glock (GER/Toyota) +1min09.500
10 Fernando Alonso (ESP/Renault) +1min17.181
11 Rubens Barrichello (BRA/Honda) +1min17.862
12 Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA/Force India) +1 lap
13 Lewis Hamilton (GBR/McLaren) +1 lap
14 Kazuki Nakajima (JPN/Williams) +1 lap
15 S├ębastien Bourdais (FRA/Toro Rosso) +1 lap
16 Anthony Davidson (GBR/Super Aguri) +1 lap
17 Takuma Sato (JPN/Super Aguri) +1 lap
18 David Coulthard (GBR/Red Bull) +1 lap
19 Adrian Sutil (GER/Force India) +2 laps

Drivers' points standings
1 Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) - 19
2 Nick Heidfeld (GER) - 16
3 Lewis Hamilton (GBR) - 14
4 Robert Kubica (POL) - 14
5 Heikki Kovalainen (FIN) - 14
6 Felipe Massa (BRA) - 10
7 Jarno Trulli (ITA) - 8
8 Nico Rosberg (GER) - 7
9 Fernando Alonso (ESP) - 6
10 Mark Webber (AUS) - 4
11 Kazuki Nakajima (JPN) - 3
12 S├ębastien Bourdais (FRA) - 2

Constructors' points standings
1 BMW Sauber - 30
2 Ferrari - 29
3 McLaren - 28
4 Williams - 10
5 Toyota - 8
6 Renault - 6
7 Red Bull - 4
8 Toro Rosso - 2

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2 Opinions

  1. Jared // 07 April 2008 at 22:31

    I was so unhappy about Lewis getting off to a poor start. Then, on top of that, his wing failure that led to him giving it to Alonso. After that, I contemplated just going back to sleep. But I guess everyone has to have at least one bad race every season.

    Glad to see Massa get in on the action since all to often he's pulled into the pits to let Raikkonen pass. I'm also glad to see BMW finally getting into the mix. An extra team in the Constructors race is a breath of fresh air.

    p.s. Bahrain is a really boring track.

  2. HoTsTePPa // 07 April 2008 at 22:38

    I gotta agree that Bahrain is boring. I'm still a huge fan of Silverstone and Malaysia. The new Singapore track is going to be VERY cool!

    yeah, its also cool that a new constructor in the running mixes things up a bit. It's like going back 9 years or so when Hakkinen/Coulthard/Shumi1/Shumi2/Barachello/Villeneuve had us sitting on the edge of our seats at every race!