@cocabis: Yeah, he is definitely becoming one of my favorites as well. The incidents that happened in the first 2 races had absolutely nothing to do with his abilities. Doing 4th when you started with a -10 position penalty is remarkable. I hope he becomes the 3rd man on the podium.
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I really like the Bahrain circuit. It maybe in the middle of nowhere, but it looks gorgeous, is interesting to watch (that turn 10...) and the pilots have a lot of space, so if they screw up they can still go back without being at risk of crashing on a wall.
And regarding the qualifiers, I'm still convinced that Ricciardo is better than Vettel (at least this year).