Despite fire-bombs, protests and safety concerns practice started for the 2012 Bahrain GP today, with Lotus looking for a strong performance after failing to capitalise on the cars potential in the first three races.
The team finished the first session in P9 and P10, but slipped a little to P9 and P13 in the second session, but seemed happier with the cars performance compared to in the first practice sessions at last weeks Chinese GP.
Lotus Cars – DESERT STORM – BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX
Lotus F1 Team – What a Difference a Week Makes – Bahrain Grand Prix, Free Practice 1 Report
Lotus F1 Team – Going the Distance – Bahrain Grand Prix, Free Practice 2 Report
Discussion: Chapman Arms – Bahrain F1