AFTER one of the most dramatic Grand Prix's of recent years last weekend, F1 has remained in Bahrain for another go.
Romain Grosjean miraculously escaped serious injury after a horrendous fireball crash last Sunday, before Lance Stroll flipped his car when the race restarted.
Eventually, it was the familiar sight of Lewis Hamilton taking the chequered flag - but we will definitely have a new winner at Sahkir after the Brit was ruled out after testing positive for coronavirus.
When is Sakhir Grand Prix practice?
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can watch all of the weekend's action live on Sky Sports F1.
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ROMAIN RETURNGrosjean returns to Bahrain F1 paddock to meet rescuers four days after crash
SPORTING CHANCEHamilton, Broad, Fury and Henderson on shortlist for SPOTY 2020
FATHER'S SONMick Schumacher was 14 when dad Michael had ski injury, now he's an F1 driver
HAAS TAKE THE MICKSchumacher's son Mick officially named as racer for F1 side Haas in 2021
SURVIVORGrosjean says he 'saw death coming' in Bahrain but fought to escape 'for my kids'
CHAMP DOWNHamilton has Covid with ‘mild symptoms’ - putting both final races in doubt