Which Formula One driver made the most of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend?
It’s time to give your verdict on which driver did the best with the equipment at their disposal over the last five days.
Review how each driver got on below and vote for who impressed you the most at Bahrain International Circuit.
Driver performance summary
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Which driver do you think did the best job throughout the race weekend?
Who got the most out of their car in qualifying and the race? Who put their team mate in the shade?
Cast your vote below and explain why you chose the driver you picked in the comments.
Who was the best driver of the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix weekend?
- No opinion (0%)
- Robert Kubica (0%)
- George Russell (0%)
- Alexander Albon (0%)
- Daniil Kvyat (0%)
- Antonio Giovinazzi (0%)
- Kimi Raikkonen (2%)
- Lance Stroll (0%)
- Sergio Perez (0%)
- Lando Norris (4%)
- Carlos Sainz Jnr (1%)
- Kevin Magnussen (0%)
- Romain Grosjean (0%)
- Nico Hulkenberg (5%)
- Daniel Ricciardo (0%)
- Pierre Gasly (0%)
- Max Verstappen (1%)
- Charles Leclerc (83%)
- Sebastian Vettel (0%)
- Valtteri Bottas (0%)
- Lewis Hamilton (4%)
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