Bahrain Grand Prix – Kimi a splendid second, Seb fifth

Kimi Raikkonen staged a great climb up the order, which ended in him passing Nico Rosberg two laps from the end.

The Finn crossed the line 3 seconds behind the Mercedes of race winner Lewis Hamilton. Sebastian Vettel finished fifth, spending much of the race trying to pass Valtteri Bottas in the Williams, while never having a real chance to attack. Now the Formula 1 circus has a three week break before the action resumes at the first European leg of the 2015 Championship, the Spanish Grand Prix at the Barcelona circuit.

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