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McLaren's F1 testing programme disrupted by Honda engine issues in Bahrain

20 Avril 2017

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel beat both Mercedes to victory in Bahrain despite Valtteri Bottas and Hamilton starting on the front row of the grid.

"Over the years nothing changes and I feel pain in my heart", Hamilton said. The Finn was notably disconsolate after the race, which saw him claim his second podium finish.

"We don't like that", Wolff stated.

"Ferrari did a better job in Bahrain, so I'm leaving with a bit of a odd feeling because I don't know why the pace was so poor". Under the safety auto, I just misjudged it myself the situation; that was my fault.

"Then you see what we did in the race, we made the call, we made the call twice because we felt it was the only possibility of winning the race". I lost two tenths of a second from turn 10 to 11 in qualifying because the DRS did not engage.

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"The second stint was better but I was still struggling with over-steer and then I couldn't get the rear-end to work in the last stint".

"In Australia I don't remember it being any massive fault of my own, we just ran out of tyres and had to pit - it was the circumstances we were faced with".

Hamilton believes small errors are going to be the difference between winning and losing this year. "I think that's important". The start of the race was okay but Sebastian [Vettel] was in my blind spot so I didn't know where he was and I lost a position there.

"That is the interesting question that we need to analyse at the moment and I don't want to pre-empt what the consequences will be, or if there will be consequences". So we've had two really good.

Fernando Alonso, who will be replaced by Jenson Button next month in Monaco as he heads for the Indianapolis 500, publicly berated the lack of pace from his Honda engine throughout Sunday's race before a problem forced him to retire for the third time in as many grands prix this season. "I plan to bring it back up at the next one".

McLaren's F1 testing programme disrupted by Honda engine issues in Bahrain