FORMULA 1 BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX
First-ever race to be held in the Middle East and at the heart of a desert, the Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix has flourished from its unconventionalities since its first edition in 2004. With several modifications to the circuit, a political crisis in 2010 and a controversial alcohol-free substitute to champagne during the podium ceremony,
the Bahrain Grand Prix endured an awkward start to Formula 1 but is now slowly establishing itself as a regular venue. In 2014, for the first time in its history, the race was held by night, emulating the success of Singapore and Abu Dhabi.
Date to be confirmed by the F.I.A.