F1 Bahrain GP Live Commentary and Updates - Race day
All of the latest updates from the Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix from Autosport's team of journalists
By: Jake Boxall-Legge, Haydn Cobb, Stephen Lickorish
Tsunoda has stolen ninth place on the final lap from Stroll! What a race for the F1 debutant! It wasn't caught on the TV with the action ahead on the final lap, but the Japanese driver had been stalking the Aston Martin over the closing stages and got the move done at the start of the final lap.
Further back Latifi has retired from the race according to the timing screen. Not clear if he has had an issue but it promotes Schumacher up to P17.
Perez is ahead of Leclerc, which hasn't been shown on the TV yet due to the action for the lead, but we can confirm Perez is fifth.
Vettel has been given a 10-second time penalty for his earlier clash with Ocon. Vettel is currently P14 so that's effectively ended his faint hopes of points today.
The other Red Bull, Perez, is also chasing for a position. Perez is within two seconds of Leclerc who holds fifth place.
The Vettel and Ocon clash has been put under investigation by the stewards. Vettel could be in trouble here.
Double misery for Aston Martin as a lap later Sainz sails ahead of Stroll into eighth place at Turn 1. Easy as you like.
Ocon, going around the outside of Vettel, was hit in the rear by the German who locked up under braking. Vettel, with front wing damage, over team radio says that the French driver changed lines under braking, but it didn't really look like that.
Ah, Vettel and Ocon tangle at Turn 1 which sends both drivers spinning off. That allows Giovinazzi to overtake both of them before they get going again.
That didn't take long, Perez makes light work of passing Ricciardo to take sixth place using DRS at Turn 1.
The latest pitstop shuffling and Alonso's exit has seen Tsunoda rise up to 10th place, around three seconds up on Raikkonen. That'll be a fun fight for the final points place.
But Stroll's hold on seventh doesn't last long as Perez charges by a lap later with the aid of DRS down the main straight.