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The spotlights – all 5,000 of them – will be on Mercedes teammates Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton Sunday when Bahrain adds another novel twist to an already changed Formula One landscape.Two of the three preseason tests were held in Bahrain, and Mercedes will be carrying out a Pirelli tire test at Sakhir next week along with Williams and Caterham.The teams have no shortage of data about the circuit, but Bahrain, following on from Malaysia, will be the first time this year that they have had to race on successive weekends. Red Bull's four-time champion Sebastian Vettel has won the last two Bahrain races, but he knows a third is a long shot this time, with the Renault power unit still lagging behind the Mercedes' performance.Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, a three-time winner in Bahrain, will seek to improve on two successive fourths this season, while McLaren's Jenson Button will hope to mark a personal anniversary with something special.
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