F1 » Bahrain GP under threat from anti-government protests


A shadow hangs over the curtain-raising F1 2011 Bahrain Grand Prix, with political protesters threatening to disrupt the race and the sport's supremo Bernie Ecclestone conceding that 'the danger is obvious'

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Kiko - Unregistered

February 15, 2011 5:29 PM

Why all this love for Portimao?

I have never seen it provide good racing in lower series, and the camera angles are set up so badly that you don't see half the track because it has gradient.

Spa has gradient but doesn't suffer the problems Portimao does.

Zzz - Unregistered

February 15, 2011 5:44 PM

Note to Mr Ecclestone. Try using the words 'chickens', 'home' and 'roost' to make a well known phrase or saying. So much for thinking you can easily drop the Australian GP eh?

andrew.

February 15, 2011 6:02 PM
Last Edited 1382 days ago

No real loose. It is a terrible Tilke-drome. Imola would be the best replacment.

I wonder if there could be bit of unrest in Northamptonshire around early July......

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