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INSIDE THE TRACK

The last pre-championship tests took place here and the 2024 World Championship starts here. But do you really know everything about Sakhir, its characteristics and how to tackle its curves? We take to the track before the drivers to discover the circuit on which the Grand Prix will take place on Saturday (as well as the stage in Saudi Arabia for Ramadan). The championship will all be live on Sky and streaming on NOW GP BAHRAIN, THE TV GUIDE – NEWS FROM F1 2024 ON SKY

THE FIRST GP OF 2024 WILL BE RUN ON SATURDAY. HERE EVERYTHING ABOUT THE CIRCUIT

From Sakhir to Sakhir. After three days of testing, the new Formula 1 season kicks off from Bahrain to experience the first weekend of the 2024 World Championship. A circuit that we have come to know well over the years and even in recent days. But do we really know everything? Here are its characteristics and how to deal with it while waiting for the race that will start on Saturday 2 March. A day earlier than usual, as will happen in Saudi Arabia in view of Ramadan.

WHERE IT IS – The Bahrain International Circuit is located near the capital Manama, in the middle of the desert. The circuit is 5.4 kilometers long and its layout is characterized by 15 very demanding corners which, together with the environmental conditions in which it races, make the Bahrain GP one of the most difficult events of the season.

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THE ASPHALT – The asphalt of Sakhir is very abrasive. Here you need good traction when exiting corners and adequate top speed to tackle the straights. As a consequence of this, the single-seaters use a medium downforce, but even a little wind is enough to create stability problems when braking and entering corners. As for the wind, it blows quite often here and “significant” gusts are expected this weekend on both Friday and Saturday.

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