F1 » Bahrain 'ready' for F1, keen to 'continue to be the friendly race'


As all concerned ramp up their efforts to convince Bernie Ecclestone and the FIA to allow them a rescheduled slot, Bahrain Grand Prix officials vow to make the event 'the friendly race' on the F1 calendar

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Taz - Unregistered

May 20, 2011 9:17 AM

Lets face it, it's a boring race, this years regs may help make it slightly more watchable but it's just a vulgar rich man's plaything in the middle of the dessert, it has no character and never will.

Still, plenty of money and thats all Bernie gives a t0ss about

gtfo - Unregistered

May 20, 2011 7:20 PM

May 13 - Tear gas, live ammo and helicopter gunships used against a crowd of protesters.

May 17 - Police injure protesters during a crackdown. The brother of one of the injured drives his car into the police, injuring nine of them.

"Ready"? Really?? This still hasn't died down and the world is still too busy looking over at Libya to care.

Caroline - Unregistered

May 21, 2011 10:44 AM

Let's face it, if you can have a race in the USA you can have a race anywhere.

I don't think the Bahrain government has sent agents to Europe to kidnap people, fly them to torture camps, and kill many of them, because that was the findings of a EU investigation.

docc - Unregistered

May 26, 2011 12:55 PM

@gtfo: dont forget about prosecution of doctors for helping injured protestors. Disgusting.

If the race does go ahead Bernie may aswell superglue the £/$/€ signs to his eyes and devil horns to his head.

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