Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Our selection of the best, funniest and prettiest photos taken at Sunday’s F1 race in Bahrain.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Like most races in the Pirelli era of intentionally fragile tires, Bahrain was all about tire selection. Rain tires went unused.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

The race broadcast was distincly lacking in interesting camera angles but here’s a good still of Mark Webber during practice.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

There will be a Mondrian-themed runoff area one day.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg beat Sebastian Vettel in qualifying for the second pole position of his career.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

People tend to do terribly or get terribly unlucky in big anniversary races and Mark Webber was no exception in his 200th race: he lost two places in the last lap to finish 7th while his teammate ran away with the victory.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Headscarves!

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Vettel had a spectacular duel with Alonso behind Rosberg in the opening couple of laps until Rosberg dropped back and Alonso dropped even further back with a broken rear wing.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Vettel in his somewhat familiar place up front.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Max Chilton, one of the stars of our feature article on GP2 last year, is now in Formula One, driving for Marussia. He’s seen here with his fellow drivers after the race.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Wonder if the entire Red Bull team has been up on a podium by now. Joining Vettel for his 28th career victory was Gill Jones, Red Bull’s Electronic Support Group Leader.

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Through The Lens: The 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Déjà vu!

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