Bahrain Formula I – 2021 START

And we started, the 2021 – 2022 Formula I season kicked off in Bahrain. I am so looking forward to this season. 2 changes had to be made to the cars, what resulted in slower cars this year: Floor Plate and Aerodynamics, those are the two words that are key this year.

Biggest advantages: Cars will be more competitive. Yes, yes, Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are still going to dominate but “the knower” says the middle field are going for it. Well, I will sign for it, more competition, would be awesome.

The Free Practices, the Qualification, all showed interesting things already. Max Verstappen our Dutch hope for a Formula I Winner showed first good signs: best in the Training, best in the Qualifications ..... Started Pole Position, good stuff.

This season has 20 drivers going for the first position, 16 return from season 2020 and 4 are swapped for others. Of those 16, 12 are returned to the same team. The drivers that did not return:

Alexander Albon

Daniil Kvyat

Kevin Magnussen

Romain Grosjean

New Drivers are:

Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri Rookie)

Mick Schumacher (Haas Rookie)

Nikita Mazepin (Haas Rookie)

Fernando Alonso (Alpine / Formerly Renault)


So, yes I am thrilled for this year. I would love to see at least 4 competing teams for the first 8 positions.

Besides those 8 drivers, I am so much looking forward to Yuki Tsunoda and Mick Schumacher. Mick Schumacher ..... YES, son of legend: Michael Schumacher. He was not THE BEST Driver in the Formula II, but I would love him to succeed. Ferrari with Sainz Jr., is going to be challenging also. Carlos is going to have a fight with all other teams but also with his fellow Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc. Two young guys, not the top yet, will fight for those positions.

Let's see what happens


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