Following the titanic race long fight last time out in Malaysia, battle is set to resume between Will Hoskins and Karl Beckenbauer here in Bahrain.
The Franklin and Liverpool driver's share the front row of the grid, both fairly clear of their respective teammates and nearly four tenths ahead of shock third placed Nathaniel Powers.
Please welcome your top three qualifiers for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
In pole position Will Hoskins, driving for the Franklin Formula One Team.
In second, Karll Beckenbauer of Liverpool Grand Prix.
And in third, Nathaniel Powers from Team Downton.
Downton F1 driver Marcus Thunder has admitted he 'messed up' Qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
After an untidy session the Britain finds himself down in nineteenth on the grid ahead of the race, a position he is far from happy with, even more so considering teammate Nathaniel Powers made the top three.
Will Hoskins has denied Liverpool of a hat rick of pole positions after setting the fastest time if 1.33.194 during the qualifying session. Karl Beckenbauer was pipped to the top spot by under a tenth of a second.
The main battle in Malaysia was Hoskins vs Beckenbauer, but the intra-team battles also provided lots of excitement.
Liverpool Grand Prix have continued their trend of topping session's in the Season Two championship. This time it was Adrien Simon who topped the practice session ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Current Team23 driver Jean Mattson has confirmed that he is leaving the team at the end of the season to race for Peugeot in the third season of the F1F Virtual Grand Prix Championship.
Drivers - Hiroto Nakumaya (Force Australia), Fillipio Fazio (Peugeot), Abel Osterhagen (Warrior),
Regi Abott (Lucas), Jean Mattson (Team 23), Ivan Lesic (Peugeot)
Please welcome your top three finishers for the Malaysian Grand Prix.The winner, Will Hoskins, driving for the Franklin Formula One Team.
In second, polesitter Karl Beckenbauer driving for Liverpool Grand Prix.
And in third, Adrien Simon, also from the Liverpool Grand Prix team.
Will Hoskins Won a race long duel against Karl Beckenbauer to win the Malaysian Grand Prix. It was arguably one of the best races of the series yet with overtaking and drama to be found up and down the field.