F1 » Hopes fade for Bahrain GP

A state of emergency is declared in Bahrain, which could end any hope of an F1 race being run later in the year

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Olek - Unregistered

March 15, 2011 3:16 PM

SHould be reinstated aas a street race, watch F1 drivers dodge moltov cocktails, tear gas and bullets while driving in the streets. See how many vips show up for the race.

Mark _

March 15, 2011 5:28 PM

@sleepy - while I agree with what you are saying that would no doubt knock several races from the calendar. China with it's recent crackdown on foreign journalists should probably be the next to get the axe.

George Zaidan

March 15, 2011 7:07 PM
Last Edited 1875 days ago

Bahrain is mostly Shiite run by a Sunni Monarchy and Saudi Arabia (Sunni) with the help of the UAE have launched an attack on Bahrain to help the monarchy can you say full blown W.A.R? I think F1 is the least of their worries now and maybe ever.

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