Bahrain Grand Prix 2015 has turned one of the most exciting stages of the season, despite another victory Lewis Hamilton, which continues to increase the lead in the standings from his pursuers. When leaving on lap stalled car from Felipe Massa, who eventually started from the pit lane and even made his way to ninth place. At the start of the seventh Australian finished only sixth, and Dan crossed the line with the engine exploded – proizoydi it a little earlier, and the reasons for the firm smile Riccardo would be left. Not bad made Roman, who finished the race seventh, and behind him the checkered flag saw Sergio Perez (8th place) in the Force India. But the interesting thing happened this time in the leading group. Yet from the start ahead of Kimi Raikkonen Nico, relegating it to fourth place. But then Nico pretty quickly regained his position, and later managed to catch up and get ahead of Sebastian Vettel and that came second. And after each pit stop Seb and then put back in front, but Rosberg again and again overtook him on the track. However, for the second time this has happened because of damage to the front wing on the Ferrari. Vettel was forced to go on an unscheduled pit stop, and then fell back to fifth place, behind Bottas on Walter Williams. And then four-time world champion to the finish “hung on the tail of” Finn, but to overtake him in the end and could not – Bottas finished the race in fourth place. Meanwhile, Kimi Raikkonen, unlike all the others among the leaders held a second segment at a hard tires, and he put the final Soft. This enabled the pilot Scuderia close the gap to Rosberg, but had yet to overtake him. And the example of Vettel and Bottas has shown that it is not so easy. However, on the car Mercedes overheated brakes, and at the first corner for a couple of laps to go Nico drove past the apex, which allowed Raikkonen to take the lead and keep the second place to the checkered flag. Rosberg stayed third, while its backlog of Hamilton in the standings grew to 27 points. Then we are waiting for a three-week break before the start of the European season, which will open the Grand Prix of Spain.