F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2019 Bahrain GP

Sebastian Vettel (GER) Ferrari SF90 with Charles Leclerc (MON) Ferrari who takes his 1st pole position.'
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Sunday night in Sakhir produced a real humdinger of a Grand Prix, with thrills and spills and heartbreak everywhere you looked. Now it's the morning after the night before, and time for F1i to review the events from the individual points of views of all 20 drivers, and to deliver our definitive verdict on how they performed in the desert...

Romain Grosjean (FRA) Haas F1 Team.

Romain Grosjean (Retired, L15): 5/10
Not the best of weekends for Romain Grosjean, despite a solid qualifying session that saw him progress all the way to Q3 on Saturday. Unfortunately the stewards booted him out of the top ten on the grid because of his part in impeding McLaren's Lando Norris earlier in the session. A poor start to the race then saw him collide with Lance Stroll's Racing Point and he was forced to pit for repairs: however it was soon clear that the Haas was too badly wounded to continue. As the driver himself pointed out, it's all too depressingly reminiscent of his stuttering start to 2018, so let's hope he's quicker getting over it this year and back to form in time for Shanghai.