Will Stevens felt the Manor F1 Team had made solid progress throughout the Bahrain GP weekend and is looking forward to Sunday’s race.
Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel by more than four tenths of a second to take his fourth pole position in four F1 races in 2015.
The transcript from the Thursday Press Conference ahead of this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix
Roberto Merhi and Will Stevens were happy to both see the chequered flag in China, with the team hopeful of more progress to follow.
Manor F1 have had a tough start to the year, but the team is confident it is making progress. Free Practice 1 saw both cars …
Lewis Hamilton was fastest with a 1:37.219, but quick times from Kimi Raikkonen, suggests the Finn is his nearest competitor this weekend. Sebastian Vettel continued …
Will Stevens is eager to get his season started after being forced to miss both races in Australia and Malaysia, and remains in a positive frame of mind.
Graeme Lowdon insists the Manor F1 Team can run two cars at the same time despite not seeing both on track simultaneously in Malaysia.
Roberto Merhi was delighted to see the chequered Flag in Malaysia, as the Manor F1 Team completed a race distance at the first time of asking.
Sebastian Vettel was on top form to take his first win as a Ferrari driver in Malaysia, finishing ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
The Manor F1 Team will see both Roberto Merhi and Will Stevens race during the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday after getting permission by the FIA to start.