Lewis Hamilton’s bid for a third Formula One title is gathering momentum after another convincing win in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen takes his first podium of 2015 for Ferrari
Hamilton will have Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari alongside instead on Sunday, with fellow German Rosberg managing only third after taking pole at the Sakhir circuit the two previous years.
Rosberg's timed 1:32.330 to finish 0.254 in front of Vettel — the three-time defending Formula One champion — and 0.337 ahead of Alonso, who won last week's Chinese Grand Prix.
Webber will drop three places for his collision with Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne while Gutierrez will be demoted five places at Sakhir for his crash with Force India's Adrian Sutil.